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Windows 7: Blank Blue screen. Help plss!!

20 Mar 2016   #11

Windows 7 64bit

Hi Mr. GokAy,

When i hit F8 button, it didn't turn the PC into safe mode, in fact, it did nothing.

-It goes to welcome screen first
-I've never connected any external device, except thumbdrive
-It doesn't turn black when i press CTRL+ALT+DEL
-Caps lock is still responsive
-Yes, it still shutdown properly (as in, the pc off quickly)
-How to do the BIOS reset? And how i see the current settings while i can't access my desktop?

I'm not so sure about the detail specs, but i'm using Philips Brand.

As for Mr. WHS,

Unfortunately, i don't have the installation disc, Sir.

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20 Mar 2016   #12

Windows 7 Pro x64 Windows 10 Pro x64

shame you didn`t create a disk image, why won`t people learn ????

Anyway, everything is here to create a windows 7 install dvd.

Download the version of Windows 7 you need from this site.

Microsoft DigitalRiver Mirror

You will need to install utorrent to download the iso file, don`t install any extra garbage utorrent may offer.

?Torrent® (uTorrent) - a (very) tiny BitTorrent client

Burn the iso file to dvd at no faster then x4 speed with this program.

Free ISO Burner

Boot from the dvd to reinstall Windows 7

Clean Install Windows 7

Use the key on your COA to activate windows, there`s no rush to activate it, you have 30 days.

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20 Mar 2016   #13

Windows 7 64bit

Hi, not to be rude but, actually i'm using my office PC (which have been 5 yrs old), and it has been used by many hands.

Anyway thank you for the solution, i will try it out first :)

Edit: Seems like my office won't allow access to torrent website, so i would be downloading at home and come back tmr
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20 Mar 2016   #14

Windows 7 Pro x64 Windows 10 Pro x64

OK then it`s the offices responsibility to fix the PC, I wouldn`t touch it, it`s their problem, not yours.

They should just have it re imaged.
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