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Windows 7: donīt see the windows 7 animation boot

10 Aug 2009   #31
Mark

Windows 7 Ultimate Vista Ultimate x64
 
 

I don't really think it's something to cry about, as long as the OS works and performs well, who cares about the 15 second boot animation.


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10 Aug 2009   #32
warbytex

windows 7 64bits
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Mr GRiM View Post
I don't really think it's something to cry about, as long as the OS works and performs well, who cares about the 15 second boot animation.
yeah works really good this windows...."who cares about the 15 second boot animation." to mee
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10 Aug 2009   #33
ussj4brolli

Windows 7 PRO x64
 
 

I dont believe the animations differ on different monitors/ TVs, unless your using a monitor that has nothing but black and white...but the image ill still be there, just not "cool" lol

On a more serious note. Please post the hashes of your ISO, NOT WHERE YOU GOT IT.

Obviously you and the other person showing these same issues got the same file. Sounds like some sort of frankenbuild/mix with vista.

Like posted above, download another ISO with hashes matching FAQ: Commonly-asked stuff about Windows 7
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10 Aug 2009   #34
Typhos

Windows 7
 
 

it has to do with the resolution on the tv

switch to a regular monitor and youll see the animation
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10 Aug 2009   #35
ussj4brolli

Windows 7 PRO x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Typhos View Post
it has to do with the resolution on the tv

switch to a regular monitor and youll see the animation
How does that work? My Tv is displaying 1920.1080, works beautifully. Other people have displays that do much greater and I see nobody stating this issue is with them.
Read my last post.
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10 Aug 2009   #36
denrock

windows 7 home premium & ultimate, xp service pack 3
 
 

I'm using windows 7 that I downloaded from technet so i'm not using some hacked iso so that's definitely not the issue for me.

I can confirm from my own tests that it is definitely based on the resolution of the display device. The first tv i had the computer with the vista boot animation issue hooked up to via hdmi was a 32inch native 720p display. So I took that computer and hooked it up to my 40inch 1080p native display and got the win7 startup animation. I figured 720p should be fine to get that win7 startup so I did some more tests and it turns out that the 720p tv starts up in 480p for whatever reasons until it boots into windows (I guess the tv is dependent on the device attached to tell it what resolution) while the 1080p tv doesn't care and is just always in 1080p by default.

So, I don't if this is the issue for everyone who has this problem, but I can definitely back-up the people who said the problem is due to the display device resolution during boot up.
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10 Aug 2009   #37
Burgurne

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 retail
 
 

Well, I have a Samsung 2493HD monitor (naitive rsolution 1920x1200) and an old 19" CRT (1600x1200), and BOTH shows the "vista style" boot sequence. So for me it has NOTHING to do which monitor I connect. (of the 2 I own of course!).

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Obviously you and the other person showing these same issues got the same file. Sounds like some sort of frankenbuild/mix with vista.
I have the same image as anybody else inhere (hash confirmed), so no, it is not that either. As I recall it, Sven did an install with the same image on his laptop, and the animation was on his laptop, but NOT on his desktop PC (both installed from same image). Please, stop this nonsens about wrong images. This could be true when it was all new, but not anymore. Sven and I have had this issue since Beta 2!

I can't flash a newer BIOS, as there don't exists a newer one than what I'm using right now.
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10 Aug 2009   #38
Antman

 

I stand corrected, and proven wrong. It would seem, based on the evidence presented, that Win 7 produces the boot logo from a set of references and not from a single image.

I have read text regarding the boot screen process being completely re-worked. The speaker did not call it "the boot screen process" - but this is what he was referring to.

There appears to be a bit of legacy unwashed from the new process.

The foregoing is purely supposition. This post serves to admit my error. Sure am glad I did not wager to eat my hat.
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15 Aug 2009   #39
Shayx

Windows 8.1 Enterprise
 
 

lol realy. stop with the "mix bla bla, franbuild bla bla".
the ISO is ok, HASH chcked, it's the RTM final build.
installed it on 10 computers and laptops and they got the 7 animation.

i think its just a resolution thing. i don't have another monitor to check if will get the 7 animation but i think that this is the case.
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15 Aug 2009   #40
themouse

Windows 7 Build 7201
 
 

I have had this exact symptom ever since I first started using win 7 build 6*** right through to the lastest RTM. I personally feel that it is not display but video card related. I have always had the vista startup wif my old Geforce 8600.

I tested this with a different PC with RC1 installed and with onboard video I got the animation after installing a video card it changed to the old vista one.
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