|11 Jul 2009||#11|
cnnot complete install
Hi, been trying this for 2 days with no result... Really hope I can get some help.
I installed Windows 7 on my machine using CD, HDD is blank (formatted). Once the system prepare to startup, it will go blank. When I go to safe mode, it says I cannot go to safe mode without complete installation of Windows 7.
I am not sure how to solve this.. I tried re-install XP on the machine, I can get everything back. Shall I run the setup of Windows 7 from Windows XP or how do I install Windows 7 from CD?
When I launch compmgmtlauncher, I can see my computer detected as ACPI x64-based PC, but I am trying to install 32-bit, shouldn't it shows x86?
My PC configuration as below:
PowerColour 4850 Gfx
disk is formatted right? and there is a volume label?
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|11 Jul 2009||#12|
I think the problem you are facing is that when your Computer Reboots during the Windows 7 Installation, it boots into the partition that your Installer just installed on. Usually, there will be a key to boot from CD instead of Hard Disk. The key may be Fn or Option. This happened to me on my Macbook and I solved it simply by booting into CD. Find that key and try booting into CD directly.
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