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Windows 7: every time i setup windows 7 the windows is dead

13 Nov 2009   #1
i3mr

amr
 
 
every time i setup windows 7 the windows is dead

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i have laptop dell
with
80 gb
1 g ram
intel core duo 1.73ghz processor
32 bit

i have setup windows 7 Ultimate
and the laptop ic working good
when i shut down the lap and i open it again i found the windows is dead
and i compelled to setup the windows again and i have the same problem
i setup the windows 3 time in 2 days
and i format it to be sure the laptop is very clean
i dont know what is the problem?
the laptop
or
the edition of windows
but iam sure the windows 7 ultimate is good because i have setup it on my pc and it work very good
i hope if i found the help her
thank u

i have download windos 7 upgrade advisor and give me this





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13 Nov 2009   #2
Everlong

 

What OS did you have on it before Windows 7? Was it working fine with it, or is it a new laptop?
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13 Nov 2009   #3
i3mr

amr
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Everlong18 View Post
What OS did you have on it before Windows 7? Was it working fine with it, or is it a new laptop?
i have xp before windows 7
and i lost me cd dirvers
and i try to download it from dell
but give me alot of drivers and i dont know waht is right 4 me
my laptop is dell inspiron 6400

but i want 2 work with windos 7
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13 Nov 2009   #4
bobkn

Windows 7 Pro X64 SP1
 
 

When you say:

"when i shut down the lap and i open it again i found the windows is dead"

do you mean shutting down the notebook or simply closing it? When you close a running notebook, the normal setting is for it to go into sleep mode. It ought to wake from sleep when you open it again, but if not, try pressing the power button. (That usually wakes a desktop machine from sleep.)

If that's it, go into the Power control panel, and check the settings of your plan.

As regards drivers, it's a good news/bad news situation. The bad news is that Dell (support.dell.com) doesn't list Win7 drivers for the Inspiron 6400. (That doesn't mean that it's incompatible. Dell traditionally only supports configurations that they sell.) The good news is that the hardware looks pretty commonplace, so I doubt you'll have any real trouble getting drivers. If you're lucky, the Windows installation itself plus Windows Update may cover all that you need. (It'd be nice if you have access to another PC, just in case your network interface doesn't get working drivers from the initial Windows installation.) I'm not sure whether the drivers that Intel recently released for your 945G graphics are available yet through Windows Update, bu they're out there. (Those drivers are not needed to complete the basic Win7 install.)
My System SpecsSystem Spec
13 Nov 2009   #5
Frostmourne

Windows 7 Ultimate x86-64
 
 

Chipset drivers should be fine, but you need more memory to run 7 smoothly. I'd start with upgrading the chipset and BIOS and inspecting the BIOS for any advanced power options.
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13 Nov 2009   #6
i3mr

amr
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by bobkn View Post
When you say:

"when i shut down the lap and i open it again i found the windows is dead"

do you mean shutting down the notebook or simply closing it? When you close a running notebook, the normal setting is for it to go into sleep mode. It ought to wake from sleep when you open it again, but if not, try pressing the power button. (That usually wakes a desktop machine from sleep.)

If that's it, go into the Power control panel, and check the settings of your plan.

As regards drivers, it's a good news/bad news situation. The bad news is that Dell (support.dell.com) doesn't list Win7 drivers for the Inspiron 6400. (That doesn't mean that it's incompatible. Dell traditionally only supports configurations that they sell.) The good news is that the hardware looks pretty commonplace, so I doubt you'll have any real trouble getting drivers. If you're lucky, the Windows installation itself plus Windows Update may cover all that you need. (It'd be nice if you have access to another PC, just in case your network interface doesn't get working drivers from the initial Windows installation.) I'm not sure whether the drivers that Intel recently released for your 945G graphics are available yet through Windows Update, bu they're out there. (Those drivers are not needed to complete the basic Win7 install.)
i mean i shutting down the notebook
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