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Windows 7: I need help with my laptop..Its about sysprep..

04 Oct 2012   #11

Win 7 Pro 64-bit 7601

No i mean i googled about it...and run it....
i ran sysprep
then i choose oobe
then mark generate
then choose the button restart...
and then it did it work..
and then it restarted and show the errors..
Uhm, sysprep prepares your Win 7 to be placed on another machine. You wanted to transfer your Win 7 to another machine?

Anyway, we have a tutorial about sysprep here you may want to read to know what you did and maybe guide you if you are just lost in its setup somehow.

Now, your first possibility is doing a system restore, following this tutorial, if you cannot use your computer, you need to use the option 2 in that tutorial (scroll down a bit in that page), and you need a Win 7 installation disk. In case you don't have one or the laptop doesn't have a DVD reader, download your win 7 disk iso from here, and then make a USB drive win7 install drive by following this. USB pendrives with 4+ GB are pretty cheap these days, and having one with a win 7 installation disk in it is a good thing to have.

Once you have done it, make sure the computer is booting from the USB drive (this tells you how to do it) follow the process until you see this screen, choose "repair your computer" in the bottom left of the window, then follow the Option 2 of the system restore tutorial linked above.

if the system restore does not work or you don't have system restore points (very very dumb choice imho), you must do a repair install, follwing this tutorial

i just wanna know wut it does..i didnt know it would turned like this
next time write the question in google "what does X?" and you'll find lots of friendly explanations about X (X being the topic at hand).
Trying things blind is the surest way to ruin your day, as you may have noticed.

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04 Oct 2012   #12

windows 7 home premium 32bit

this is how my screen looks like '' ''
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04 Oct 2012   #13
x BlueRobot


Have you attempted a System Restore or Repair Install using a Windows 7 Installation disc or created Windows Recovery disc outlined earlier in the thread?
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04 Oct 2012   #14

Win 7 Pro 64-bit 7601

in my post above I explain what you should do have some chances of to solving the issue. Please follow them and report back any issue.
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04 Oct 2012   #15
Layback Bear

Windows 7 Pro. 64/SP-1

Just for information. If you get curious about most anything using Windows 7 we have great Tutorials at the top of every page. Example.
Windows 7 Installation - Transfer to a New Computer
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