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17 May 2009   #1
sup3r1or

Windows 7, MAC OSX leopard
 
 
Random Restarts of Windows 7 Please read

Guys I need your help,
I had Windows 7 installed beta 7048 build I believe, I loved the system.

But There was one bug that pissed me off that I had to go back to vista was.

ON random (at least 1nce a day or more often). During my work the screen goes black and boom restart!!! (No blue screen even I took the tick off from restart automatically).

In the log is says system recovered from unexpected shutdown or system error or unexpected POWER LOSS.

First I though I have problem with my power supply, but come on never had this in XP or Vista or Leopard. (besides we heard that 7 saves on power consumption)

Im thinking about installing RC 7100 but I have no idea if this issue was fixed already or not. Because I lost my document work many times.

I have googled this problem 1-2 months ago when I had this issue but unfortunately nobody was able to provide solution or I found only 2 forums with this issue!!! with 2 post and no answers.


Thank you very much.
BTW what to choose better 64bit or 32? I used 32 before

P.S my PC is Q6600 (2.4 GHz) 4GB DDR2 800 RAM, GeFroce 9800GTX, 2x 500GB SATA2 WD drive. COOLER MASTER 650W power supply.


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17 May 2009   #2
Anthony

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

MS Windows 7 Professional 64-bit SP1
 
 

I would recommend you download the 64bit 7127 build.
Burn the ISO to a DVD using ImgBurn @ 4X speed.

If you have problems installing remove unnecessary hardware e.g.
Blue-tooth devices, Secondary monitors, Usb devices etc.

Good Luck and let us know how you go on!!
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17 May 2009   #3
RST101

Windows 7 Ultimate x64.
 
 

Install RC7100-7127 and find out. I certainly never had that problem so could not tell but I go with what Anthony say's.

By the way go to the top of this page and go to usercp and fill in your specs etc etc in there. Underneath your name is your system specs.
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17 May 2009   #4
sup3r1or

Windows 7, MAC OSX leopard
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Anthony View Post
I would recommend you download the 64bit 7127 build.
Burn the ISO to a DVD using ImgBurn @ 4X speed.

If you have problems installing remove unnecessary hardware e.g.
Blue-tooth devices, Secondary monitors, Usb devices etc.

Good Luck and let us know how you go on!!
Well I never had problems installing but will try and let you know.

Damn excuse me I just downloaded and burned build 7100 and now a week after they already have 7127, I mean I know its still work in progress but cant you just implement changes with windows update? does have to be 3gb download every time
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17 May 2009   #5
RST101

Windows 7 Ultimate x64.
 
 

The general public only had official access to two builds. 7127 is not for download unless you grab yourself a torrent. So in reality it has only been three+ gig twice(that's if your on x64).
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17 May 2009   #6
Anthony

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

MS Windows 7 Professional 64-bit SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by sup3r1or View Post

Damn excuse me I just downloaded and burned build 7100 and now a week after they already have 7127, I mean I know its still work in progress but cant you just implement changes with windows update? does have to be 3gb download every time
I am afraid so
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24 May 2009   #7
sup3r1or

Windows 7, MAC OSX leopard
 
 

Ok I got 7127 up and running for 4 days now. Never had random restart yet I guess they fixed it. Thats good!

One bug I found te defrag utility doesnt work, just always says 0% I left it for 2 hours HDD light is not even flashing

Trying to get used to superbar but its a pain in the ass to have to do 2 clicks instead of one.
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