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Windows 7: Ultimate Boot loop trap


16 Nov 2011   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 
Ultimate Boot loop trap

I finally got the setup of Windows 7 Ultimate in an iso now, I started the setup and it was in Spanish. I figured it eventually allow me the option to switch languages (I know a bit of Spanish) during this setup, I couldn't find it and continued anyway terrible mistake. The setup rebooted my system and I came across a now completely Spanish boot system. I get deep into the setup moments later but it freezes. I figured I'd start it over. So I restart my computer and thanks to sucky false virtual drives I believe it had died out on me and when the setup started, (in Spanish big words were across the screen) it gives me a notice window. I click the only choice (in Spanish) and these big font words in the background change, seconds later the computer reboots and its stuck rebooting. Any before startup help. (Also any questions for additional information let me know fast, I know i'm lacking)


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16 Nov 2011   #2

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Hi Simmons, welcome to the Seven forums.

Reading between the lines, could it be that your Windows 7 ISO is not official, legal version which you have bought with licence key? If so, please notice that the Seven forums is stricktly against any kind of piracy and does not help in installing and / or using pirated operating systems and software.

I apologize if my judgement of your post is not correct, in which case I ask you to tell us where did you get your licenced Windows 7 Ultimate ISO so that we might be able to help you?

Kari
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16 Nov 2011   #3

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Kari View Post
Hi Simmons, welcome to the Seven forums.

Reading between the lines, could it be that your Windows 7 ISO is not official, legal version which you have bought with licence key? If so, please notice that the Seven forums is stricktly against any kind of piracy and does not help in installing and / or using pirated operating systems and software.

I apologize if my judgement of your post is not correct, in which case I ask you to tell us where did you get your licenced Windows 7 Ultimate ISO so that we might be able to help you?

Kari
Sorry to reply so late but the problem's just been resolved, I admit I was quite frustrated with the constant reboots. Thing is I had a backup (of the files from a Spanish recovery disc my friend sent) on this flash drive, and placed them in an iso on another computer. I just thought I'd use Ultraiso to mount them to a virtual drive (it's a very extraordinary program). I realized now I could just burn it to a disc and boot it from there. Now I realize this is not legal to share so I will just either have to dispose of or isolate the copy somewhere in the house. Any recommendations please note me.
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Also I'm sorry for any troubles with piracy I may be causing to SevenForums.
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