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Windows 7: BSOD Clean Install Home Premium


15 Jan 2010   #1

 
 
BSOD Clean Install Home Premium

Hello! My specs are:

Intel DP35DP
Intel Quad Core 2.4
2g RAM
160 gig westell sata HDD @7200 rpm
NVIDIA 8600GTX
SAMSUNG write master dvd drive

We are installing windows 7 home premium 64bit

Everything before the first reboot works smoothly. The installer restarts my computer and the option appears:

"1.

2.

Select CD-ROM Boot Type :"

selecting option 1 and letting the "press any key to boot from cd" option time out and selecting option 2 result in the same thing. The Starting Windows screen appears and then seconds after blue screens. My mother board does not support halting a BSOD so I can't get any information from that unless there is a work around that involves not getting into windows.

I currently have XP installed and working fine with this computer on a seperate and now disconnected HD. I've never had any issues with the hardware in the year and a half I had the computer.

I am looking for either a method in which to allow me to halt a BSOD with the DP35DP (im updating the bios after I take a momentary break to chill a bit) or any method to get around the BSOD entirely.

I understand the second option is a shot in the dark but with the wide spread nature of this problem I am hoping someone has found a solution. However with the nature of widespread problems relating to windows it is always easy to find someone with the problem but almost impossible to find someone with the fix.

Thank you for all your help and I will answer any questions I am able to.

EDIT: in the time between starting this post and submitting it I connected my old hard drive back to the computer and everything is working fine. the sata drive is disconnected currently.

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15 Jan 2010   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate (32 bit)
 
 

I just check the Microsoft site to see if your mb was compatible with Windows 7 64 bit. I was BUT it also said that it needed to download something first.
Here is the link
http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Sear....aspx?lang=eng

Put in your MB model and search. You will need to update your biose.

Hope this helps
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15 Jan 2010   #3

Win7 Enterprise, Win7 x86 (Ult 7600), Win7 x64 Ult 7600, TechNet RTM on AMD x64 (2.8Ghz)
 
 

Can you set your Bios to boot from DVD first ?

Do you have more than 1 monitor connected? dis-connect any un-needed USB devices that you do not need during the initial install.
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15 Jan 2010   #4

 
 

Thanks for the link. I have the latest bios installed now and Im down to my keyboard and mouse for USB.

Edit: she still blue screens. I'm hoping to check my bios for some kind of error log. Looking kind of grim. I'm not seeing any indication of a log in the bios which records bsod info.

When windows prompts me as to how I would like to continue all options result in a bsod. When I boot in safe mode however when all the drivers are loading it hangs up on disk.sys and then bsods.
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