|28 Jan 2012||#1|
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Windows will not start at all, including safe mode.
Sorry if this is in the wrong section, wasn't sure on that.
At any rate, I just got myself a new ASUS laptop running windows 7 64-bit. Now I had no problems with it setting up Firefox, installing antivirus or installing the host of windows updates.
What did happen is that when I tried to reboot (for the second time, first time wasn't a problem) it gave me a screen called "configuring windows features". Now I at this point I cried out a few curses and went to have something to eat.
When I returned, half an hour later, the progress was still at 15%, the same as when I left it. Obviously having frozen up, I gave it a quick search. People with similar problems with windows updates reccomended forcing a powerdown despite the warning.
After waiting for another half hour I did just that. Now Windows is refusing to start at all. It just sits at the "starting Windows" screen. Safe mode gets stuck on the screen with the list of drivers and restoration tools just gives me a black screen.
So exactly how far do I need to bend over here?
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|28 Jan 2012||#4|
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Download the correct Windows 7 ISO from this link, and burn it to a USB installer using this tool:
Official Windows 7 SP1 ISO from Digital River « My Digital Life
USB Installer Tool Download
Boot from the USB, and then attempt the Repair Install.
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