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Windows 7: BOD on first reboot after install...Vista 32 - Win 7 64


10 Jan 2010   #1

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BOD on first reboot after install...Vista 32 - Win 7 64

OK...this is not my first rodeo, but dang it, I'm missing something...

Wife's laptop...Toshiba Satellite AMD Turion X2 64 bit with 3G ram...

Was running Vista Home 32 bit.

Clean install of Win 7 64 bit...

Gets through all steps, boots up, desktop looks good, install to "important" updates...all working great.
Reboot...BOD....
Ran start up repair, no go...
Retried the install again...same thing...

Thoughts?


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10 Jan 2010   #2

Windows 7 Profesional 64bit
 
 

Never mind...checked with Toshiba's site and it was the laptop bios...
Updated now and reinstalling....
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