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Windows 7: How to reinstall Win7 without loosing settings?

05 Jan 2010   #21
lagsbartt

win 7 ultimate
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by gregrocker View Post
did you boot the win7 dvd, select repair my computer on second screen, then click through to recovery tools to choose startup repair and run it?

do this three separate times.

is there some reason why you will not answer if you have done this?
did like 32 times and nothing


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05 Jan 2010   #22
King64

WIN,XP,7,VISTA,SERVER
 
 

Ok,i'm trying to help you because i think this is weird!!!

3 questions:
Did you set the boot from cd on bios setup? i mean cd!!
Is your cd really bootable?
Did you try to burn to an different cd and burn and boot?
{sorry for what im asking you}
other way is this link i have for you,i think this will help you,you must read what there says,ok?
Note: if you burn something to an cd or dvd do it always on 4x speed,if you burn on higher speed can not{sometimes}be good burned onto an cd or dvd.
here he goes:http://pcsupport.about.com/od/tipstr.../bootcddvd.htm
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06 Jan 2010   #23
lagsbartt

win 7 ultimate
 
 

I'GONIG CRAZY OR WHAT, I MOVE THIS TO A NEW POST, ANY MORE IDEAS PLEASE HELP, AND THANK YOU ALL FOR THE ADVICE I ALREADY TRIED AVERYTHING ON THIS POST AND STILL THE SAME PROBLEM

A Chalenge to PC wiz Guys)
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