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12 May 2011   #11

windows7 ultimate 32bit

Dear Sir Can i get your id pls ym or googletalk bcz i dont hve more experiance in software i am a technician of mobile phone

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12 May 2011   #12


We troubleshoot in the thread here so others can learn.

Go step by step.

If you have a question on a step, ask back until you are clear how to do it.

The blue links are tutorials you can click on to read more on how to do the step.
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13 May 2011   #13

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I have had three rig do this all with the onboard Video Processor: GeForce 9400 GT, out of over 5000 installs.(Windows 7 no sp1)
All SOLVED by installing Vista first.
May be solved with Windows 7 sp1.(untested)
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13 May 2011   #14

windows7 ultimate 32bit

sir whn i going to clear all showing like this "vertual disk service error clean is not allowed on the disk containing the current sistem page file"
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13 May 2011   #15


You'll need to boot into the Win7 DVD or Repair CD Command Line to run Diskpart Clean command.
Clean and Clean All with Diskpart Command

In light of theog's report above, since you know you can install Win7 from XP I suggest you install from XP to a new partition you create.

We can help you remove the XP partition afterwards, so it will be like a clean install.
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14 May 2011   #16

windows7 ultimate 32bit

Look sir i will explain you properly about my problems please spend "10" mints for me 1st we put the windows7dvd into drive 1st we will get this stup

Windows 7 installing Problems-untitled1.png

After i am going to press any key to boot the dvd now display showing "windows is loading file" ok the next stup disply showing "windows starting" after that usaly this stup will come in all pc

Windows 7 installing Problems-untitled2.png

but in my pc this stup will not come. here dipaly fully black this is my problem

now i have inistaled windows7 from xp then i went to do as u told me Clean All a Disk with the Diskpart Command if iam typing "clean all" command showing like this look this screen shot

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14 May 2011   #17


Once again, you need to boot the Win7 DVD to run Diskpart Clean commands from the DVD's Command Line.

Once DVD boots at the first screen press Shift + F10 to open a Command Box to run the Diskpart Commands. These will wipe the entire HD clean so you can try installing Win7 by itself.

You may not be able to install Win7 with the Graphics Card you have. See Theog's post above. Since you know you can install from XP, I suggest you create a partition to clean install Win7 upon from your XP setup. We can then show you how to remove XP so only Win7 remains.
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14 May 2011   #18
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W 7 64-bit Ultimate

Have a look at this one first ...

DISKPART : At PC Startup

then Step One of this one will show you how to do the clean all to the Hard Disk Drive ...

SSD / HDD : Optimize for Windows Reinstallation
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14 May 2011   #19

Windows 7 Ultimate, Windows 8 CP

maybe a little something from my installation experience might help..

first, you cant upgrade from xp to windows 7; you must boot up from the dvd..
booting up from the disk, you can do a custom installation, meaning you can choose to overwrite your previous windows installation (format then fresh install) or you can install it on a different partition.

question.. did the installation finish? was it completed? it restarted? then the unexplainable blackout?
if you answered all yes, what display unit are you using? do you have an onboard gp?

if you have high definition display, you might need to disable first those hd options from your cmos.. (not really familiar with it so i cant give you enough details)..

or, if you have an onboard gp, i might suggest you use that instead of the pci-e..

if you're wondrin' why i suggested this.. windows 7 has this feature that it sets a recommended screen resolution which best works with your gpu, regardless of the display unit you are currently using (upon installation). now, if you're display unit cannot support this screen resolution, the only thing you will be seeing from your display unit is black..

try to boot your windows 7 again (if it has completed installation).. if you reach the screen displaying "preparing windows for first use" (or atleast something like that) then you're good to go..

if this did not solve the issue, im sorry coz i cant help you anymore.. this was based only from my experience installing windows 7 which had screen resolution problems..

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14 May 2011   #20

windows7 ultimate 32bit

Dear Sir how can i get Diskpart Commands box i told you the language box will not come in my pc look into screen shot in this place showing display fully blank

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Why in this place fullly blank when i inistaling time

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