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Windows 7: Problem installing Win 7 Pro 64 on SSD

01 Jan 2015   #1
jefferysitz

Windows 7 Pro 64 bit
 
 
Problem installing Win 7 Pro 64 on SSD

I have a problem with installing Windows 7 pro on an SSD. I had a 60 gig that I forgot the name of and when I went to reinstall 7 I came up with a problem. Bought new 250 gig Corsair but did not get rid of the problem. My motherboard is duel bios and I have tried using both systems. Windows appears to install normally and goes through the first reboot. I can install drivers with no problems. On the next reboot, whether I have made any changes or not, it will boot until it gets to the password screen then it says "Shutting Down" and powers off. After this there is no way to get a desktop again without reinstalling. I have been using Gnome Partition Manager to repartition the drives and it seems to work fine. I am getting no errors, just the sudden shut down. I do not believe it is a hardware problem, the computer was running fine on the 60 gig SSD until it got a virus and I had to do a wipe. I have played around with most of the settings on the motherboard and, other than choosing the new bios or legacy, nothing seems to change. Any help would be appreciated. Jeffery


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01 Jan 2015   #2
jefferysitz

Windows 7 Pro 64 bit
 
 

To me this kind of fast shut down feels like a driver issue, but there is no new hardware since the last build. I have unplugged the other two hard drives to take them out of the picture.
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01 Jan 2015   #3
jefferysitz

Windows 7 Pro 64 bit
 
 

I might be able boot the computer from and Ubuntu USB. If I were able to do this, is there some log where the error that is closing windows would be saved?
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