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Windows 7: Boot problem

07 Jul 2009   #1

Win XP
 
 
Boot problem

Hey guys I just found out about this forum thanks to google, anywho I have been having some trouble with my Windows 7 install so far, I downloaded built 7264 from a torrent website, (I can't download it from microsoft because the webpage won't load) I am trying a clean install and as I boot from CD all I have is the welcome screen and nothing else pops up, so basically all I see is a blue windows 7 screen with the windows 7 arrow, I am currently running a AMD Semprom processor, 1g RAM, and a on board VIA/S3G UniChrome IPG. Is there anything that I can do to fix any of these problem, or I can give up hope?

Thanks for reading..
Impulse.

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07 Jul 2009   #2

Windows 7 Home Premium x64 - Mac OS X 10.6.4 x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Impuls3 View Post
Hey guys I just found out about this forum thanks to google, anywho I have been having some trouble with my Windows 7 install so far, I downloaded built 7264 from a torrent website, (I can't download it from microsoft because the webpage won't load) I am trying a clean install and as I boot from CD all I have is the welcome screen and nothing else pops up, so basically all I see is a blue windows 7 screen with the windows 7 arrow, I am currently running a AMD Semprom processor, 1g RAM, and a on board VIA/S3G UniChrome IPG. Is there anything that I can do to fix any of these problem, or I can give up hope?

Thanks for reading..
Impulse.
Welcome to Seven Forums Impuls3! That is an interesting problem your having. First off Windows 7 from Microsoft is the RC (7100) which is considered old by now but it is the last official build to the public...now for your only blue screen issue on 7 I would recommend first to reburn the DVD to make sure it wasn't a bad burn....if that doesn't work than I could PM you the links I used for 7264 and you could try a hash recheck to make sure you got a valid version of 7264
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07 Jul 2009   #3

 

First, check that you have a good 7264 download. There are numerous fake/malicious/just plain bad 7264 ISOs floating around.

Also, you cannot download 7264 from MS because it is not offered by MS. It is a leak.
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07 Jul 2009   #4

Win XP
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Zidane2424 View Post
Welcome to Seven Forums Impuls3! That is an interesting problem your having. First off Windows 7 from Microsoft is the RC (7100) which is considered old by now but it is the last official build to the public...now for your only blue screen issue on 7 I would recommend first to reburn the DVD to make sure it wasn't a bad burn....if that doesn't work than I could PM you the links I used for 7264 and you could try a hash recheck to make sure you got a valid version of 7264
Well thank you, I already burned two different built 7264 copies at the lowest speed, I somehow got through the microsoft website and got myself a product key and a RC copy, I am downloading it as I type, I'll see what I get with this copy of Windows 7.

Edit: The 7264 built I had was a good one, I don't know what went wrong, I am burning to 7100 built now and we'll see what happens.
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