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Windows 7: Bizzare issues happening

30 Nov 2009   #11
gregrocker

 

Well a clean install is always a good thing as far as I'm concerned, if the user is game.

Here is a user of that model having trouble Upgrading due to that SCSCI drive: http://www.pchelpforum.com/memory/58...-issue-11.html

How about calling Dell and just asking them?


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30 Nov 2009   #12
vwyodapink

windows 7 pro x86
 
 

I just looked up the specs there was no SCSI anything on my comp when it was built. I just did a fresh install and really dont want to have to again I am going to try and erasing that one weird partition and seeing if I am ok. I was able to find a program installed that wasnt listed any where that was making me display the BD-ROM drive so I took care of that so 50% fixed thanks for the help so far.
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30 Nov 2009   #13
gregrocker

 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by vwyodapink View Post
I just did a fresh install and really dont want to have to again I am going to try and erasing that one weird partition and seeing if I am ok. I was able to find a program installed that wasnt listed any where that was making me display the BD-ROM drive so I took care of that so 50% fixed thanks for the help so far.
Well if BD-ROM drive is still there after clean reinstall from Windows 7 DVD then it must be installed hardware and not virus.

How did the software program survive a clean install with 7DVD?

Did you boot from the DVD and format the drive?
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30 Nov 2009   #14
fseal

Windows 7 x64 Ultimate
 
 

FYI volumes that start with \ \ ? \ are just the full "UNC" (Universal Naming Convention) volume name. I.e. \ \ ? \ C: is the UNC name of your local C volume. The UNC name of the C drive on another machine might be \ \ OtherMachine \ C: (or the C volumes Share name)

If it is C$ instead of C: that is the name of the volume that is the default system share that the OS uses for backup etc but unavailable to normal users.

P.s. I stuck spaces in there because the quick edit is trying to actually interpret them as paths apparently!
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30 Nov 2009   #15
vwyodapink

windows 7 pro x86
 
 

greg the prog wasnt there after the reinstall it was from me not paying attention installing another program that gave me the option apprently to install some virtual drive program that I was unaware of.

fseal: Thanks I was looking for some info like that on that partition. I have never noticed my hard drive that way after a clean install before but then again this is my first clean install with Win7.

Thanks for everyones help
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