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Windows 7: Laptop not working after reinstalling windows 7

26 Jul 2013   #1

Windows 7 Professional 32 bit
Laptop not working after reinstalling windows 7

hey i have a akoya medion p6512 was having windows 7 home premium
and then i installed windows 7 ultimate on it....everything went smoothly but then a step came where it says
something like updating the registry and then it starts completing installation
after a few minutes my laptop automatically gets turned off
and when i reboot says windows installation cannot be continued
now i am not even able to install another windows on it....same thing happend with every version of windows....i have even tried ubuntu but still its not working

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26 Jul 2013   #2

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Have you tried the medion akoya p6512 Recovery DVD?
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26 Jul 2013   #3
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Where did you get Ultimate, and why are you installing it on a PC which comes with Home Premium? Do you own a copy of Ultimate you prefer to use because of the few extra expensive features most consumers don't need? If so you are wasting a $100+ license which comes with the PC.

Use the licensed version ISO with Sp1 and Media Refresh burned to DVD with tool from Steps 1 and 2 of Clean Reinstall - Factory OEM Windows 7 then follow those steps to reinstall.

If you still have the Recovery partition you can test it now pressing the Fkey given for Recovery on the first boot screen. If it won't run then you can delete it along with all other partitions during the booted Custom install phase in the tutorial. If it will run you can consider keeping that install and Clean Up Factory Bloatware
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