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Windows 7: Samsung R439 unable to boot after clean installation of Win7 Ultimate

02 Oct 2016   #1
pulak247

Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit
 
 
Samsung R439 unable to boot after clean installation of Win7 Ultimate

I have an old Samsung laptop R439. It came with Windows 7 professional. Lately it was filled with lots of viruses so I decided to perform a clean install with my genuine Windows 7 ultimate disk. First I formatted the hard drive and created 3 new partitions. Then installed the windows (32bit). Everything went well until I got the "Windows is now preparing your desktop" screen. Then it restarted automatically and then got stuck on starting windows screen. I tried to install again. This time I chose 64bit version to install, but same problem kept occurring. Please help me.
P.S.: I tried to install Windows 10 as well, but it won't go past the Windows logo.


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02 Oct 2016   #2
PimpleMaze

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

check your bios settings, this might help:
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03 Oct 2016   #3
Megahertz07

Windows 7 HP
 
 

Did you changed any BIOS settings from when you had the old Win 7 to the new you just installed? If you didn't change BIOS settings and it was working with the old Win 7, these same BIOS settings should also work with the new Win 7.

Don't you have the factory recover Win 7 Pro disks?

During installation you don't need to create 3 partitions. Win 7 will create the needed partitions. On a Legacy MBR it will create 2 partitions. Boot with the Win 7 installation disk, Install - Custom - advanced - delete all partitions - create new and proceed.
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