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Windows 7: Please HELP : 7 Stop (hang) at welcome screen

21 Sep 2009   #11
midi

Windows XP SP3 Professional Edition
 
 

ok thank you docbrown


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21 Sep 2009   #12
chuckr

XP_Pro, W7_7201, W7RC.vhd, SciLinux5.3, Fedora12, Fedora9_2x, OpenSolaris_09-06
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by midi View Post
Everytime i turn on computer, it always comeout with the screeen "WINDOWS BOOT MANAGER"

1. Using earlier windows
2. Windows 7

as i do clean installation, why this message always comeout?
how to remove this screen.
midi,
When you say 'clean install', was that by formatting over your XP,
or did you create a new partition to install w7 into?

If the last case, that "Using earlier windows" may well be your XP Pro,
indicating a dual-boot setup.

Have you tried selecting that option to boot from?
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21 Sep 2009   #13
midi

Windows XP SP3 Professional Edition
 
 

Hi chuckr.

Thanks to this site.

All my problem has been solved. The problem was my DLINK PCI Wireless card make the computer freeze everytime it reach the welcome screen.

What i did: (for those might be have a same problem like me)
- Go to safe mode - disable the wireless device
- restart and the seven will start normally
- after that, enable back my wireless
- and upgrade the drive and its work fine now.

chuckr, i have another problem now.

I have 1 harddrive with 2 partition before (using xp)
Yes, I did clean install which means i do format everything (delete everything on C drive (offcourse on windows 7 menu installation)

but I dont know how the file system can go to my d drive!?!? when i go to computer management, my d drive contain SYSTEM which is i have no idea where its come from.

i try that before to boot using "USING EARLIER WINDOWS" but its just blank. i go to msconfig but i couldnt find any other boot than windows 7

I download EasyBCD and can easily remove the "earlier windows" message screen but i found out on my d drive it had D:\boot which i cant delete it.

Any advise how to remove the system from my D drive (i cant format my d drive cos its contain a lot of files 420 gb of files)

Thanks
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21 Sep 2009   #14
wallyinnc

Windows 7 x64 finally!
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by midi View Post
I have 1 harddrive with 2 partition before (using xp)
Yes, I did clean install which means i do format everything (delete everything on C drive (offcourse on windows 7 menu installation)

but I dont know how the file system can go to my d drive!?!? when i go to computer management, my d drive contain SYSTEM which is i have no idea where its come from.

i try that before to boot using "USING EARLIER WINDOWS" but its just blank. i go to msconfig but i couldnt find any other boot than windows 7

I download EasyBCD and can easily remove the "earlier windows" message screen but i found out on my d drive it had D:\boot which i cant delete it.

Any advise how to remove the system from my D drive (i cant format my d drive cos its contain a lot of files 420 gb of files)

Thanks
midi, you don't necessrily need to remove the boot folder, it will not affect booting if you removed that option.
If you need to, please see if you have ownership of that drive / folder. I would make sure everythign is working fine and not using that boot folder before removing it. Check what is your active / system partition.
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22 Sep 2009   #15
midi

Windows XP SP3 Professional Edition
 
 

thx wally...all solved now
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22 Sep 2009   #16
wallyinnc

Windows 7 x64 finally!
 
 

Tks for the feedback. Pls mark the thread as solved (upper right corner, report button, state solved) so others can find this solution when searching
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