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Windows 7: Win7 32bit dvd boots but nothing clickable after the win logo

02 Jun 2012   #1
CpuGpu

Win7 32bit
 
 
Win7 32bit dvd boots but nothing clickable after the win logo

Hi!
My first cry for help.

So i have this problem with the win 7 dvd. I have win 7 home 32bit with the latest updates and it works like a charm.So i started to make a few backups of this win 7 dvd just in case something happens i could re install. Now i have 3 dvds.So now my problem starts.When i restart the comp insert the dvd and select the cd rom as my boot device the files are starting to load.After the files load the win7 logo appears and after that i have a green/blue background where nothing is except the mouse cursor.I can move it free but there is nothing clickable.Happens to all 3 of them.Funny thing is though they work normally in win7 when i select my comp>cd/dvd.I have all the options where to install,format.In case you wonder how i got win7 in the first place, i borrowed win7 ultimate from a friend,booted normally installed it.Then i got bored with them and installed win7 Home just by inserting the dvd and doubleclicking on setup.So to sum up i want to install wins from the boot menu like i did with ultimate.


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03 Jun 2012   #2
CpuGpu

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Close the thread please.Solved the problem.
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