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Windows 7: Installed SP1, "Warning! FAT cluster size(=65536) larger than 32K"


27 Jan 2013   #1

Windows 7 Home Premium x64
 
 
Installed SP1, "Warning! FAT cluster size(=65536) larger than 32K"

Recently I downloaded and installed "Windows Service Pack 1 for Windows 7 x64"
once the download i followed the prompt to restart the computer. Once the Computer restarted the screen simply displayed white text.

the text displays a whole lot of numbers and letters eg:

XSDT 0xbf291070 0x64 0xbf291000 0x8000 0x3
.....

it has multiple lines like this until a new line comes up saying

SLIC entry found 0xbf298590 index 0x7
overlap 0x0
SLIC memory usable 0x176
SLIC entry found 0xbf298590 index 0x7
overlap 0x0
SLIC memory usable 0x176
RSDT 0xbf291028, XSDT 0xbf291070 before recalc checksums
recalculating checksums rsdt len 0x44, xsdt len 0x64
completed
(hd0,0)

after this is displays a countdown to 30 seconds and then displays the same screen for another 30 seconds then restarts the computer.

I have attempted to boot safe mode by pressing F8 but this causes it to display the lines

Booting Windows NT/2000/XP

Warning! FAT cluster size(=65536) Larger than 32K
(hd1,0)
Warning! FAT cluster size(=65536) Larger than 32K
Will boot NTLDR from drive=0x81, partition=0x0(hidden sectors=0x3f)

then reboots again

I have looked for answers around the internet and havent seem to found a similar problem. if someone has an answer please share or direct me to where I may find an answer thank you.

I no longer have the installation DVD.

I am new to this forum so I apologize for any mistakes I have made in writing this up.

My System SpecsSystem Spec
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