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Windows 7: Clean installation problems (Black screen)

11 Nov 2009   #11

Windows XP

But the time i install windows 7 i format my disc with XP, how can drivers matter then? shouldn't they be gone?

Thanks for the tip, but i can't see how i can update my drivers when i can't even access my windows 7 installation. This is what they discuss the most in that thread. How can i get to the "fail safe mode" no "F#" seems to do it?

I don't think i got another onboard gfx card, because i have no other ports. What i have is 2x DVI and 1x S-Video on my card.

Yeh, it should be ok. Burnt it with nero as an img/iso burning and normal/standard speed.

Thanks alot for your effort guys!

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11 Nov 2009   #12

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Windows 7 Home Premium SP1, 64-bit

If you want the special boot menu, the most common method is F8. It can be testy on some keyboards. I had to press it almost exactly once per second during the boot process. Holding it down or just jabbing at it may not get it done.
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12 Nov 2009   #13

Windows 7 x64 finally!

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Oldeback View Post
Yeh, it should be ok. Burnt it with nero as an img/iso burning and normal/standard speed.
That might not be OK. If you can find the hash code for that download, check it with MD5checksum.
And burn it at slow speed, not normal.
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