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Windows 7: donīt see the windows 7 animation boot

08 Aug 2009   #21
warbytex

windows 7 64bits
 
 

i format the low level hdd but not work ... i clean install and really nothing work all see in this post i try but not work for me any other idea how to fix the cool animation logo win7


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08 Aug 2009   #22
Antman

 

Still there after a low-level format (performed outside of a Windows boot disk) - after a clean install (written to a new format on a new partition) -

I remember an early version of a Win7 76xx leak built from some Vista files.

My conclusion is...

Download a new ISO and validate hash. The Vista legacy can only be in the install files.

I could be wrong.
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08 Aug 2009   #23
Burgurne

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 retail
 
 

It is not an install error, it is not a image error. See my earlier post about the same error
Why 2 different bootscreens?

Another member, Sven, has the same error too, and he got a totally NEW HDD, just to be sure, it was not a left-over, but still the same. The only thing we have come up with is, that Sven and me has the same mobo. Can this be the error??
For Sven as well as for me, it has been this in every build we have tried from Beta 2 and (for me) up to build 7264.
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08 Aug 2009   #24
Antman

 

Hmmm... legacy vista code appearing on Win7 installs in only the most isolated instances. Maybe the BIOS contains a Vista boot loader. Maybe the RAM has an image burn.

Yes, that is very likely. Much more likely than a bad ISO.

OK, no more sarcasm.

Flash your BIOS. Prove me wrong.
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08 Aug 2009   #25
eternitykh

Windows 7 x64 (7600)
 
 

simple answer

connected to a PC monitor:
Win7 boot animation

connected to a TV:
Vista style boot animation
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08 Aug 2009   #26
Antman

 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by eternitykh View Post
simple answer

connected to a PC monitor:
Win7 boot animation

connected to a TV:
Vista style boot animation
I am dual connected - TV and mon. Effect not observed.
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08 Aug 2009   #27
eternitykh

Windows 7 x64 (7600)
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Antman View Post
I am dual connected - TV and mon. Effect not observed.

hm... thx for info, i will have to look into that more.

i have tested this on 2 separate systems on win7 x64
asus p5b-e with a 9600GT
asus p5q se plus with a 8800GT (this mobo has never ran vista before, so it cannot possibly have a vista loader issue with bios)

monitor only - win7 animation
tv only - vista animation
duel mon and tv - dont remember... i'll have to check this again.

but at this point, im still leaning towards win7 just having legacy vista leftovers
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08 Aug 2009   #28
warbytex

windows 7 64bits
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by eternitykh View Post
simple answer

connected to a PC monitor:
Win7 boot animation

connected to a TV:
Vista style boot animation
i have TVmonitor LG 32" 32LG30R to connect hdmi/dvi .. maybe is the reason of not see the animation logo DAMM microsoft i hate you
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09 Aug 2009   #29
Shayx

Windows 8.1 Enterprise
 
 

im working on 32 INCH Hitachi S-IPS panel
and i see the same vista boot animatin.

on another computer connected to Samsung 32 INCH monitor i get the animation.

i think it has something to do with resolution.
probably our screens show 640-480 during boot
and the W7 animation needs 800-600.
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10 Aug 2009   #30
warbytex

windows 7 64bits
 
 

yes but i have native resolution 1280*720 and i dont know what not work for my tvmonitor
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