I have been using windows 7 for some years. Recently i formatted my pc since unwanted programs,bugs,viruses and junk was accumulating and i wanted a fresh start.The pc came with windows 7 64bit pre-installed and the re-seller gave me a cd along with it.After i formatted the pc(i only formatted the c: drive,i kept all the important and backed up software,drivers
and any important documents in the D: drive)After going through procedures and a successful installation the windows booted and apparently it took 5-10 minutes to get to the desktop icons.Here are the things i did afterwards.
I tried to boot in safe mode,it just get stuck at classpnp.sys.
I re installed the os over 9 times now so don't ask to do that.
I ran repair a lot of times.It does not work.
I ran registry checks/cleanup,i installed all the correct drivers which are the latest.
I not stop searched the whole web for 4 straight hours,i seen this happening with a lot of other users.
Not hardware or software was installed just a clean format.
This happened at the very first boot up after os installation,so installed software's can be ruled out(non was installed)
Please help me find a solution.The computer is working just find but the boot up time is keeping me tensed up.I have a lot of Network base university assessments to do and this makes it more frustrating.Anyways i have this feeling that bios is responsible?
Acer Aspire M3910
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5 750 @ 2.67Ghz
Memory : 4gb DDR3
Storage : 1 TB HDD
BIOS : American Megatrends PO1-AO