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12 Feb 2014   #1

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Windows 7 boot option problems.

Hi i'm just getting started at the forum and i'd like some help

Well here we go.. I have an Acer Aspire One Netbook and recently i installed Windows 7 x32 bits on it via pendrive, from the beggining it was all ok and working correctly, my pc always haves problems with the blue death screen (even before the windows 7 installation), but after the reboot from the blue screen it always works fine.
Until today, i was transferring some .word files from the pendrive to the computer, and a message appeared saying something like ''the transferency cannot be completed, please reboot system'' and so i did. BUT now, i am just STUCK on the boot screen.
Windows doesn't even get to load the system, all i see is a screen saying that Windows had a problem at launching and options to ''Start windows normally'' and ''Repair your PC'' the big problem is, When i press enter to choose any option, the screen goes on and off and it doesn't load nothing, nothing changes, it just blinks and then it's back to the screen i was before The same thing is happening when i press F8 for more system options, they don't do nothing, so i am completely STUCK in this boot screen. The only screen i can get access and make changes is the BIOS, by pressing F2.
Please guys this is a big deal :/ i'd rate the maximum for everyone who helps. Thanks if you've read all of this o/

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12 Feb 2014   #2
Microsoft MVP


Start with the hardware tests and work through everything for Troubleshooting Windows 7 Failure to Start.

If necessary to boot disk, reset the BIOS to defaults, first taking note in BIOS setup of the SATA controller setting: Clear CMOS - 3 Ways to Clear the CMOS - Reset BIOS

Then in BIOS setup set SATA controller setting, set HDD first to boot in BIOS Boot order, trigger boot disks or flash stick equivalents to boot using the Acer F10 or F12 one-time BIOS Boot menu key.
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