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Windows 7: Black Screen @ S/U...

30 May 2009   #1

Win7 Home Premium x64
Black Screen @ S/U...

Start Up with Boot Disc Loaded still yielding Black Screen with No's 1&2 and no Defined Purpose to the Numbers... 1 however just Boots Win7x86, and 2 still yields Non Boot Disc or Disc Error, replace and press any key to Restart Alert... This just boots Win7x86 also...

Still unable to get Partition Selection Page at S/U... Tried Downloadin' EasyBCD, but that's no Help... Tries followin' the Tutorials, also no Help... Burned 3 Discs thru CDBurnerXP (How I did my x86 Disc I'm runnin' off of now), Windows own ISO Burner in Win7x86 and no luck...

Any ideas...???

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31 May 2009   #2


Have you tried...

a) using a usb stick.

b) different dvd media type.

c) Redownloading the iso file in case the one you have is corrupt.

I'd try an install from a usb stick. It seems to cause less issues than booting from media.
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31 May 2009   #3

Win7 Home Premium x64

I've used the same Disc's that I did the x86 version on, I also did 2 versions from 2 seperate Downloads... I have yet to use ISOBuster to burn one, but I've already used 4 Disc's too (1 x86 and 3 x64)...

If possible, I'll have to borrow a USB when I get to Work in the AM... And I think I'll Rename my Partition Drive Letter, just in case that's causin' any Issues, though I see no Reason for that, but I'm runnin' outta Ideas...
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