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Windows 7: PC Auto boot is not working on normal HDD boot mode

13 Aug 2012   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit
PC Auto boot is not working on normal HDD boot mode

Hi experts,

I am new to this forum, i have searched many threads but not found exact solution.
I have recently installed fresh copy of Windows 7 on my HCl 'ME' notebook,installation was successful. But facing problem for auto boot, problem is in 2nd step,
Step 1: switch on my PC "HCL ME" screen appears normally.
Step 2: black screen appears (without any blinking cursor or any message) and stucked in this screen untill i press any key.
Step 3: when i press any key then Windows 7 stratup logo appear and working fine.

How to remove above problem stated in 2nd step, so that notebook will start normally withour waiting from any key to press.
Thanks in advance.

System details for reference:
OS: Windows 7 ultimate 32 bit
BIOS boot setting : HDD in 1st place
Manufacturer: HCL Me notebook series
Processor: Intel i3


My System SpecsSystem Spec


 PC Auto boot is not working on normal HDD boot mode

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