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Windows 7: windows clean installation help

13 Nov 2013   #1

windows 7 home premium 32bit
windows clean installation help

hello im new here ...firstly my laptop acer aspire 4752zg is around 2 years old...
my first computer error was ofcourse caused by viruses.. but it was resolved (through reformat and install windows using RECOVERY CD)..but the fatal one was caused by a failed windows update ... this time i went to a repair shop)... ok here goes it was formatted with and installed with a CLEAN WINDOWS OS .... this time i got viruses again and failed windows update...i installed windows 7 again and i keep getting lots of errors..bsod..winload.exe...error 0.x45d..atapi.sys,,.corrupt files errors a series of failed windows 7 installation... i did some research and i need your help to expand on this steps or if its needed or not needed
1. dban
2. mbrwizard
3. biosupdate
4. windows 7 installation
thanks alot

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13 Nov 2013   #2

64bit Windows 7 Ultimate

No offence, but you get virusses I would not suggest you go into bios updates or near the bios. With the aspire you can do the safely recover, I believe its on boot screen press f5 or 8, depending on series. Then follow onscreen steps. This wil recover laptop back to working order.

However, if you formated, and installed a seperate os and deleted the safety partionion built in hdd on aspire format screen...well, you need to format again, rei stall windows on hdd, but seeing as you deleted the partion vefore, you need to do it again, or virusses will return when start up. So only if you allready once delted the partition do so again, delete all partions on hdd, and fresh install windows, after instalation install a antivirus! Avg, avast, norton are all good, also get malwarebytes, then install all other driver as needed
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