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Windows 7: HELP! Windows 7 will not boot up past loading screen!

15 Nov 2009   #1

Windows 7
HELP! Windows 7 will not boot up past loading screen!

Ok, so iv put this computer together, installed windows 7 Ultimate 32bit and i got it up and running perfect for like a day.

The next morning i switched it on and was working good for couple of hours then it seemed like the whole computer started to slow down and i got a blue screen error. so i rebooted and tried to start windows but, it then says windows is loading files then goes to the logo loading and after that it just goes to a black screen!? iv tried everything to get it back running safe mode, low res mode, repair, boot from disk etc but nothing.
So i thought i would try and put the HD in another computer and wipe it to re-install windows but when i put it in another comp it does the same thing.. does the logo loading and then to black screen

Iv found that when i remove the HD from my PC and boot from the windows 7 disk then it gets to the windows 7 installation bit so do you think it could be a problem with the HD?
Sorry for long post, just trying to give as much detail as i can

Any help would be appreciated thanks.

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15 Nov 2009   #2

Windows Seven x64

That is my bet.. If you removed the Hard Drive and now you are able to boot to the CD.. It is most likely the Hard Drive..

Hope this Helps..
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15 Nov 2009   #3

Windows 7

Thanks for quick reply!.

I really hope its the hard drive because iv ordered another and don't want it to do the same black screen death thing to that one lol
I'm gagging to play call of duty modern warfare 2 gotta wait until Tuesday now
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