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Windows 7: Windows 7 Clean Install constant shut down

09 Aug 2016   #1
Melissa

Windows 7 Home Professional 64bit
 
 
Windows 7 Clean Install constant shut down

Dear Forum,

I had an issue with my lap top and went to a physical store and advised to do a clean install.

I followed the great tutorial offered by this forum. Created a formatted disk with an .iso. I had a few issues with the product key for my product and Microsoft Help / Support gave me a link for Professional instead of Premium.So now i have Professional installed and activated. I am slowly putting the Sony drivers back on.
I know from my previous model of Sony VAIO that the CPU runs hot.
I have a cooling fan plugged into the USB2.0.

The lap top is a Sony VAIO VPCEB46FG.

Can any offer a troubleshooting program that a newbie can understand? I will post back any further details if required. Have changed the BIOS back to booting from internal and when i do a clean boot I have observed that it has F12 Network in the cornèr. Have googled and unsure whethèŕ to tŕý installinģ original drivèŕs.


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10 Aug 2016   #2
rvcjew

7 Pro x64, 10 Pro x64
 
 

Did they give you a key for 7 Pro x64? This is where you should get your initial drivers.
Support for VPCEB46FG : E Series (VPCE) : VAIO? Laptops & Computers : Sony Australia

Does the machine just power off with no warning or does it shutdown windows then turn off? Install core temp then open it to see what your idle temperatures are.
http://www.alcpu.com/CoreTemp/Core-Temp-setup.exe

Malcolm
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10 Aug 2016   #3
Melissa

Windows 7 Home Professional 64bit
 
 

Hello rvcjew,

You have been most helpful. I have been going step by step in installing my drivers after a clean install. Prior to installing W7 again I went to the website and downloaded the drivers to an external as I was warned numerous times to back up everything.

I thought that the machine was still running rather hot and process of elimination would be perhaps the program you have suggested.

I received a message that after installing the program - Driver failed to load. Is this common?

Thanks again.

I will still try and keep installing the drivers and checking device manager if any issues - is that correct? I was unsure whether have Windows 7 Premium and now Professional would cause a conflict - but now I think not.


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10 Aug 2016   #4
rvcjew

7 Pro x64, 10 Pro x64
 
 

Ah right forgot about that do you have SP1 installed, if so then run this update to then run that app fine.
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/down....aspx?id=46148

Via Core Temps Facebook page:

The source of the problem is the new digital signature of the Core Temp driver. This version comes with an updated driver, which is signed with the new digital signature certificate.
This certificate can only sign using the SHA-2 algorithm, and can't co-sign using the deprecated SHA-1 algorithm that older operating systems support. Because of this, Windows can't interpret this signature and considers it invalid. Thus a 64bit OS will not allow the driver to load and start.
Windows 7 requires a patch to add support for SHA-2 based digital signatures. You must have SP1 installed for the patch to work on your OS. (Sadly at this time this version will not run on Windows Vista 64bit, and I'm looking for a solution)
This update is required for Core Temp 1.1 and all future versions to work (in case you encounter this problem), otherwise you can keep using 1.0 RC9.
http://www.alcpu.com/CoreTemp/oldversions/CT10-rc9.zip

Windows 7 SP1, KB3033929
Download link: https://www.microsoft.com/.../downlo...firmation.aspx...
Information: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3033929
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11 Aug 2016   #5
Melissa

Windows 7 Home Professional 64bit
 
 

Ended up installing all drivers and can go to Device Manager and not receiving the error message - this was not a Windows 7 issue, so thought I would post in the Community forum over on the site to ensure correct drivers installed. I am now lowly going through the links provided by you. The first update was not working or I assume it will take quite a while for it to install.

What are the links for Windows 7 SP1, KB3033929? Just out of interest. I like to know, as I am a novice.


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Windows 7 Clean Install constant shut down-pci-error.png Windows 7 Clean Install constant shut down-pci-hardware.png Windows 7 Clean Install constant shut down-sony-community.jpg 
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11 Aug 2016   #6
rvcjew

7 Pro x64, 10 Pro x64
 
 

To clarify first check to make sure you have sp1 installed by going to the control panel then System and looking at the highlighted parts below. Then if you do have it to fix your device manger issue you need to install your chipset driver then your Intel management interface driver from the above mentioned support site.

Then reboot your computer and install this one https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/down....aspx?id=46148 .


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11 Aug 2016   #7
Melissa

Windows 7 Home Professional 64bit
 
 

Hello Malcolm,

Attached is my specs, so when I reboot next I will install the link. I am glad that I posted in this forum now.


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11 Aug 2016   #8
rvcjew

7 Pro x64, 10 Pro x64
 
 

Okay, yeah that link should install okay as you have sp1 it might take a bit for it to do it, if it does not want to search for updates to see if it can install go to your update settings for windows update and pick never check for updates, reboot then try to install the link. Also since this is a clean install you more than likely have the bug that in normal windows update it just searches for updates forever and never finds them so you will want to do this procedure as well to fix that.


The solution:

You can ignore the stop service part and just leave it set to never check for updates instead as you do the process. Reboot after each KB is installed before installing the next one. When done then you can set your settings back to "check for but let me download them" or to automatic.

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by vickyv View Post
This has worked for me every time:

The solution:

Stop the Windows Update Service (wuauserv).
Download and install KB3050265
reboot
Download and install KB3102810
Reboot and check for updates again. All of our machines found their required updates in less than 5 minutes.
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11 Aug 2016   #9
ThrashZone

Win-7-Pro64bit 7-H-Prem-64bit
 
 

Hi,
The only updates required to get the update system operating are KB3020369 & KB3172605
Which Micro... is playing cat and mouse with the downloads of KB3172605
So you might need to go to the Catalog using internet explorer
By right click internet explorer and use run as administrator so the 2 required browser add-ons will install quickly
Microsoft Update Catalog
Windows 7 Clean Install constant shut down-ie11-run-admin.jpg

Yep
Windows 7 Clean Install constant shut down-catalog-kb3172605.png


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11 Aug 2016   #10
Melissa

Windows 7 Home Professional 64bit
 
 

Thank you for posting with the screen shots as I am a newbie.

Running the KB3172605 -
I went to Internet Explorer and downloaded to the basket and then to My Downloads folder.
I had to cancel - the other SP1 link given above as it was taking quite some time.
I do wish to have the updates running back to normal, so I do appreciate your assistance.

Does it usually pay to have patience to have my Windows 7 working back to normal and have updates operating as per usual.

Will post if I come across any future issues.

I know now to use Internet Explorer for most of these operations - thanks.
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