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Windows 7: Installation Problem

25 Oct 2011   #11
Massoom

Windows 7 Professional
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Corazon View Post
What's the purpose of a screenshot when you won't let us see which services are affected? Or even if they're actually disabled or just stopped?

We can't help you like this.

Check this Pic

and i share this pic from Google.....i don't have my own pc which have this problem
and I Disabled Every Services and I Cont Access windows 7..........
Check This Pic


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25 Oct 2011   #12
Massoom

Windows 7 Professional
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by gregrocker View Post
Your original post only asks for help installing Win7, so how could we know that you want to salvage your current install when you don't say that?

I dont' know why you'd expect Win7 to start if you turned off all of its services.
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by gregrocker View Post


If you want to try to salvage your current Win7 install, boot the Win7 DVD Repair console on second screen after you boot DVD, accept any offered Repair.
How to Boot your Computer from a Bootable CD or DVD -

If Win7 doesn't start, boot back in to
System Recovery Options, run Startup Repair repeatedly.

If Startup Repair cannot fix it then boot back in to same list to try System Restore to a point before you turned off your services.


If these all fail you can copy out your files using the DVD or Repair CD:
Copy & Paste - in Windows Recovery Console

If you are able to start Win7 then tell us exactly what the problem is that caused you to become so reckless and we will try to help you solve the problem.


If you are not able to start Win7, post back exactly what happens after each step given and we will try some additional steps, or help you clean reinstall or run Factory REcovery.


The links in blue in our posts are to illustrated tutorials. Please use black type in your replies, ask any questions needed but be polite as we are volunteers and this is the busiest tech support forum in the world.



Ok ...

i have 2 problem

1st is this

i Disabled all services and i cont Enable services and also i cont access in windows 7

2nd is this

when i start to install windows 7 (i have orignal copy of win7 pro) and when i come on this stage then its not showing me any drive...

See this Pic


And when I Want To Go For Copy My Important Files Its Also Not Showing Me Drive Else
Like this Pic

Click Here


In This Pic U Can See 4 Drive But In My Pc I Can Only SE

2 Drive

Wich is


boot (x: )
31.2 mb free of 33.6

and

Dvd Drive


Quote:
NOTE
IF MY 1ST PROBLEM CAN B SOLVE I DON'T NEED MY 2ND PROBLEM

I Think My Question Is Completed

Regard

Massoom
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25 Oct 2011   #13
gregrocker

 

I understand your problem.

I have given you the steps to follow to attempt to repair this.

Complete the steps in order.

If you don't understand any of the steps, ask back questions until you understand what to do.
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25 Oct 2011   #14
Golden
Microsoft MVP

Windows 7 Ult. x64
 
 

Hi Massoom,

You are very lucky to have Greg's help with this - please follow his suggestions.

Also, do NOT use coloured font for your replies - it makes it harder for us to help you.

Regards,
golden
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25 Oct 2011   #15
Massoom

Windows 7 Professional
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by gregrocker View Post
I understand your problem.

I have given you the steps to follow to attempt to repair this.

Complete the steps in order.

If you don't understand any of the steps, ask back questions until you understand what to do.
Quote:
If you want to try to salvage your current Windows 7 install, boot the Windows 7 DVD Repair console on second screen after you boot DVD, accept any offered Repair. How to Boot your Computer from a Bootable CD or DVD -
Bro After Bios Setting


I Use This Method

Startup Repair

But Its Showing Me
Send Information About This Problem (Recommeded)
Don't Send

And I Also Dont Have Restore Point......I Was Disabled For Some Priv8 Reasons.....

Quote:
If these all fail you can copy out your files using the DVD or Repair CD: Copy & Paste - in Windows Recovery Console
chek my previous post

Quote:
If you are able to start Windows 7 then tell us exactly what the problem is that caused you to become so reckless and we will try to help you solve the problem
i'm not able to start windows 7

Quote:
If you are not able to start Windows 7, post back exactly what happens after each step given and we will try some additional steps, or help you clean reinstall or run Factory REcovery.
yes i need this help

Quote:
The links in blue in our posts are to illustrated tutorials. Please use black type in your replies, ask any questions needed but be polite as we are volunteers and this is the busiest tech support forum in the world.
i checked tutorials
Sorry for the with color reply its my habbit
and i can see bro its World Fast and Good and top Forum.....
Quote:
Hi Massoom,

You are very lucky to have Greg's help with this - please follow his suggestions.

Also, do NOT use coloured font for your replies - it makes it harder for us to help you.

Regards,
golden
and yes bro i'm thinking i getting verry quick reply

and sorry for words color its my Habit

thnx for help
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25 Oct 2011   #16
gregrocker

 

If you disabled System Restore then Startup Repair has no way to set your System back to where it was before you ruined it by disabling all of your services.

How many times have your run Startup Repair from the booted DVD?

Reboot the computer and tap F8 key to access Advanced Boot Options,
select Last Known Good Configuration and reboot.

What is the problem with copying out your files using the tutorial linked? If you cannot use the DVD or Repair CD to do this then use free Paragon Rescue CD.

I am researching turning Services on from the Command Line. Maybe someone else is proficient with this or can write a script to turn on your Services from Repair CMD.
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25 Oct 2011   #17
Massoom

Windows 7 Professional
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by gregrocker View Post
If you disabled System Restore then Startup Repair has no way to set your System back to where it was before you ruined it by disabling all of your services.

Bro i dont need to restor i want to repair or want my files which are all in c drive

Quote:
How many times have your run Startup Repair from the booted DVD?

i think 5 or 6 time


Quote:
What is the problem with copying out your files using the tutorial linked?
i cont see my c drive

And when I Want To Go For Copy My Important Files Its Also Not Showing Me Drive Else
Like this Pic

Click Here


In This Pic U Can See 4 Drive But In My Pc I Can Only SE

2 Drive

Wich is

boot (x: )
31.2 mb free of 33.6

and

Dvd Drive


Quote:
If you cannot use the DVD or Repair CD to do this then use free Paragon Rescue CD.
i dont have problem in DVD or Bios or DVD Drive

Quote:
I am researching turning Services on from the Command Line. Maybe someone else is familar with this.

Ok Bro i'm also Searching on google.....lets see

and waiting also
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25 Oct 2011   #18
gregrocker

 

The repair which you need is System Restore, which is automated by Startup Repair but cannot be run because you disabled it. Try Last Known Good Config on the F8 Advanced Boot Options.

If you cannot see your data drive to click on it to copy out the files to another external drive, then download and burn to CD Paragon Rescue CD to see if it sees these files and can copy them out. If not then your files may be lost unless someone can turn your Services back on via the Disk Command Line.

I find it hard to believe that Win7 would allow you to turn off Services it requires to run. Only a person trying to destroy their OS would persist in doing such a thing.
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25 Oct 2011   #19
Massoom

Windows 7 Professional
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by gregrocker View Post
The repair which you need is System Restore, which is automated by Startup Repair but cannot be run because you disabled it. Try Last Known Good Config on the F8 Advanced Boot Options.

If you cannot see your data drive to click on it to copy out the files to another external drive, then download and burn to CD Paragon Rescue CD to see if it sees these files and can copy them out. If not then your files may be lost unless someone can turn your Services back on via the Disk Command Line.

I find it hard to believe that Win7 would allow you to turn off Services it requires to run. Only a person trying to destroy their OS would persist in doing such a thing.
i dont see any solution in F8 Area bro

and i dont understand about "Paragon Rescue CD"
Can you explain in easy words and also can u provide Tutorial
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