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Windows 7: system is now recovering

20 Dec 2009   #1
lucianfbf

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system is now recovering

hi. i've purchased 2 days ago one notebook model msi cx600x-076eu and all i've done to it instead of enjoying it i tried to bring it back to factory defaults with the cd/dvd that came with the product after i installed windows 7 and i didnt really like it that much or maybe its not my type. my question is how long should last for one notebook like mine which is pretty ok for our days to go back to factory defaults ?cause it passed 12 hours and nothing happened. only the message "System is now recovering".Drived me nuts. do u think its because of the windows 7 or i have some problem with my laptop? what to do about that? Anyway i stopped the process "system is now recovering" and i went to "windows memory diagnostics tool" where i pressed for the standard check of the memory. Its been 6 hours and right now in this very moment i am on "running test pass 33" with no problems detected yet. Why it doesnt show how many tests there are like 33 from 35 for example, and why it lasts so long? how can i resolve these issues. i just wanna bring it back to its factory settings and start all over again with windows 7 but it lasts too damn long i'm not sure but as a beginer i think 12 hours its too much for one system to recover.. maybe its something wrong cause i wanna enjoy my laptop and u could tell me
thank you in advance


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20 Dec 2009   #2
lucianfbf

windows 7
 
 

[QUOTE=lucianfbf;451476]hi. i've purchased 2 days ago one notebook model msi cx600x-076eu and all i've done to it instead of enjoying it i tried to bring it back to factory defaults with the cd/dvd that came with the product after i installed windows 7 and i didnt really like it that much or maybe its not my type. my question is how long should last for one notebook like mine which is pretty ok for our days to go back to factory defaults ?cause it passed 12 hours and nothing happened. only the message "System is now recovering".Drived me nuts. do u think its because of the windows 7 or i have some problem with my laptop? what to do about that? Anyway i stopped the process "system is now recovering" and i went to "windows memory diagnostics tool" where i pressed for the standard check of the memory. Its been 6 hours and right now in this very moment i am on "running test pass 33" with no problems detected yet. Why it doesnt show how many tests there are like 33 from 35 for example, and why it lasts so long? how can i resolve these issues. i just wanna bring it back to its factory settings and start all over again with windows 7 but it lasts too damn long i'm not sure but as a beginer i think 12 hours its too much for one system to recover.. maybe its something wrong cause i wanna enjoy my laptop and u could tell me
thank you in advance
PS: please escuse my english
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