Boot screen Windows 7 not change after update vista

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  1. hispanico

    hispanico MDL Novice

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    #1 hispanico, Nov 5, 2009
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    After update vista in windows 7, the boot screen remain the same. I read a lot of forum and web page, but this solution:

    not solve my problem and know also for many users.....after update vista in windows 7 the boot screen remain the same.
    Also a monitor is okay i have Laice 324 (24"") 1900x1200.
    I have also try to repair Startup with function "repair boot" with dvd of windows 7, but nothing solve...

    Thank for your help
    Hispanico
     
  2. WinterFox

    WinterFox MDL Junior Member

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    #2 WinterFox, Nov 6, 2009
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    Do you mean that when starting 7 you see vista orb showing after "loading animation" or after loading animation you see a blank (black) screen and then blue welcome screen.

    Becouse when i searched about it (and since i do not see that welcome animation either) you should see black screen.

    All i found was that that animating 7 boot logo is avaible under pre-defined resolusions. If you do not have a lot of stuff on desktop try lower resolutions and if you se it work through higher untill you do not see it.

    When was test installing 7 for someone on laptop (old) it showed from the start (was ~1024x768 or so)

    But i may be wrong

    But try'ed that locale too and did not work either
     
  3. hispanico

    hispanico MDL Novice

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    This is my screen boot and i can see that is is the same of my old vista.
    regarding resolution i have a monitorLaice 324 (24"") 1900x1200 !


    Thank for help
    Hispanico
     

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  4. WinterFox

    WinterFox MDL Junior Member

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    Try using DVI instead HDMI if you use HDMI
     
  5. hispanico

    hispanico MDL Novice

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    I already use DVI.....

    Thank
     
  6. robi40

    robi40 MDL Junior Member

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    See what setting you have in your bios for
    VGA memory or video memory or something like that, it should be around 8mb
    I had this problem with a Dell dimension it was
    set to 1mb but when I changed it to 8mb it fixed it