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Windows 7: 64-bit issue?

10 Jun 2009   #1
rshaw88

Windows 7
 
 
64-bit issue?

Hey!

I'm new to the forums and am interested in becoming active in this community.

I'm currently running the legit Windows 7 32-bit Release candidate downloaded from Windows.com on a AMD 64 x2 Dual Core Processor 4000+ with 5 gig of ram. Everything works flawlessly and I'm able to update and run everything in Windows 7 32-bit perfectly smooth with no errors.

Also from windows.com I downloaded the 64-bit Windows 7 RC. On a separate hard drive I did a fresh custom install of the 64-bit from disc. After install is complete computer reboots like planned, then after reboot the screen will display "Starting up windows" for hours.

I've tried re installing several times, re downloading install files, burning new discs, different bios settings, different hardware ect.. ect..and no matter what it seems to always lock up on the windows start up animation after fresh install and says "starting up windows".

Are there any known issues with the 64-bit version that are fixed on 32-bit?

Any help would be VERY appreciated!!

Thanks,
Ryan


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10 Jun 2009   #2
Mark

Windows 7 Ultimate Vista Ultimate x64
 
 

I've always installed x64 and never had that problem and as far as I know there are no extra problems in x64 unless your hardware doesn't support it but that should not be the case for you, maybe try one of the new leaked builds, I'm still using build 7127 ATM while others have installed build 7137, 7201 and build 7227 and we are currently waiting for build 7230 to leak.
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11 Jun 2009   #3
johnwillyums

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit
 
 

Hi. I'm running Vistax64 and W7 7201x64 in a bual boot on the same disk and I think the boot order sorts itself out with W7 being the first boot choice but you have to install Vista first.
Obviously you are in a different situation with W7 on a seperate HDD but it sounds like a boot problem.
As far as I know there are no known issues with the x64 build, it facts it is considered better and more stable than the x86 builds.
I certainly find it so.
All the rocket scientists on this forum have been up all night waiting for build 7230 to leak but they will be back on later.
In the meantime I would suggest you look at your boot order.
Are you getting a choice at boot between Vista and W7?
Try downloading EasyBCD and use that to arrange your boot.

Best wishes, John

Oh and by the way warmest welcome to the forum
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11 Jun 2009   #4
jago86

Windows 8.1 Pro x64 (Update 1)
 
 

Welcome to SevenForums, i'm a newbie myself. I came over from vistax64.com as i dont use vista anymore.

When i first installed Windows 7 x64 that happened to me once. I was using build 6.1.7100

I restarted and everything ran smoothly from there onwards.

With regards to your problem, I would suggest having Windows 7 as the first option when you're booting up. And also , try booting Win7 into safemode to see if your able to get into Windows at all.
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11 Jun 2009   #5
rshaw88

Windows 7
 
 
Finnally!!

I know its not a boot issue at all now.

I unplugged my secondary gfx card and rebooted and setup was able to proceed to "starting windows for fist time"

after that the screen turns white and all I can see is my cursor...I'm able to hit ctrl alt del and I notice something happens in background..so windows is running but unfortunately still not properly..

I've reinstalled several times since and the same issue persists.I'm on the 32-bit version right now and I'm having no issues at all.
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11 Jun 2009   #6
Mark

Windows 7 Ultimate Vista Ultimate x64
 
 

Good to hear that you have something working, shame you could not get x64 to work, if you are following the threads then you will notice that build 7230 will not be leaking but 7229 will be in a matter of minutes so you may want to hold off until you can download the latest and see if that works out better for you.
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11 Jun 2009   #7
rshaw88

Windows 7
 
 

Sounds good.

Will you guys release the link to download new version on the forums?
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11 Jun 2009   #8
johnwillyums

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit
 
 

Hold on. So you were running SLI/Crossfire and now you're not?
Also you say it's running but that you're only getting partway through setup?
I'm confused.
It would help if you filled in your system spec and explain again where you want to end up.

Cheers, John
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11 Jun 2009   #9
DarkXeno

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 

Reading threw this I can say have you made sure you have the newest firmware on your motherboard?
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11 Jun 2009   #10
rshaw88

Windows 7
 
 

No I dont have the latest motherboard firmware, Im not too sure waht motherboard I have or whereto download an update to be honest.

And I dont have crossfire, I just had a 512 gfx card plugged into pci-e slot, then I just plugged directly into onboard vga and got one step further.

Im sure if I update my motherboard/bios it will work but im unsure how
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