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Windows 7: WIN 7 dvd will not boot

11 Apr 2010   #11

win xp

thank you for your suggestions. i'll try them all tomorrow, then i will come back with feedbacks. have a good night all.

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13 Apr 2010   #12

win xp

hi everyone and thanks for the replies.

i'll answer in order:
1. i don't get usb boot option, even with flash drive in place at start
2. the dvd is burned at 2x, i tried 4 dvd's that are known to work, 2 of them burned at 2x, one at 4x and one retail, and still no boot. the x64 DVD still boots fine

i have been trying for 2 days to get my win7 running, formatted my entire HDD to do a clean install, but still no results.

i'm back to win xp pro sp2, and i think this is where im gonna stay until a new laptop

thanks all
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13 Apr 2010   #13

Windows 7 x64 pro/ Windows 7 x86 Pro/ XP SP3 x86

I would stop wrestling with that rogue dvd. IDK, what edition it is but as long as you have your product key safe, you can download an identical copy off the internet or borrow from a friend.
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13 Apr 2010   #14


Try extracting the DVD files to desktop using PowerISO or WinRAR, then run Setup.

Flash stick won't show up until it is bootable, which is created by using the steps in tutorial linked.
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