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Windows 7: Fresh Install Win7 Check Disk kills the reboot.

02 Jul 2012   #1

Win7 64Bit
Fresh Install Win7 Check Disk kills the reboot.

Its 2:00 here so I'll be brief and see if anyone has any ideas. If not I'll post more detail tomorrow.

I do a fresh install of Win7 and I have purchased a new hard drive as well as tried it on 2 others. After I do the install odd things happen like long pauses when opening windows like control panel, IE and others. The real trouble begins win I reboot the Pc it then runs a check disk and finds and removes errors. Each time it reboots, check disk and loads windows it takes longer and longer until windows will not boot. I've tried loading all the drivers and none of them. I loading win7 via the disk.

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02 Jul 2012   #2

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Win 7 Pro 64-bit

Hello Bizmal and welcome to Seven Forums.

See if this helps.

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 Fresh Install Win7 Check Disk kills the reboot.

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