When the problem is located between the chair and your computer screen

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  1. neoideo

    neoideo MDL Novice

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    #1 neoideo, Mar 10, 2010
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    Hello,

    Edit: i apologize for the rude way of posting earlier, i never meant that, if an admin can change the title better. Credits to Daz for his good job.
    problem: i download this loader which came with 5 different crack methods, (default, original, bruteforce, etc)
    i was trying each one of them because i was not having good results with the default method.

    suddenly after trying the last method, my windows hangs at boot. it shows a red screen with some text (it dissapears so fast that you cannot read) and then it hangs on there forever in a black screen.
    i have not reinstalled windows because i also have Ubuntu installed on the other partition.
    is there something i can do to repair ??

    thanks in advance, any help is welcome.
    great forum (im new)
    and sorry for that.

    i can access from ubuntu to the Windows partition, windos files etc. maybe is there a chance to get things back?
    thanks in advance, any help is welcome
     
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  3. Rosco

    Rosco MDL Addicted

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    #3 Rosco, Mar 11, 2010
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    I think it is a bit rude to try to blame Daz's loader like you have without providing any evidence.

    For all anyone knows it is your tinkering which has broken it - I assume this is not a new install because you say "1.7.7 Loader Daz Loader broke my windows 7 Ultimate 64bit Build 7600" which I read as a previously working installation and "i was trying each one of them because i was not having good results with the genuine crack" - (which I do not really understand) and maybe you now have a conflict with either the GRUB loader from a "pre-activated" DVD or Ubuntu.

    If you want help from the authors of these programs don't be so accusatory.

    If it was a new install from a "clean" iso - say so.
     
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  4. timesurfer

    timesurfer MDL Developer

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    Daz loader is super awesome and I've heard only love for the guy and his activation tool so it's probably a mode/user issue

    I always whether it's neccessary or not unistall each mode tried between activation attempts. Like NoJuan999 suggested the new live loader tool is a great way to test modes as well as recover form restart problem.

    In the repository http://forums.mydigitallife.net/threads/7126-The-Official-Windows-7-Repository in section 6-H is some cmd line commands that will clear your boot partition of any loaders so you can start fresh and try loader modes again.

    The only problem I've ever, ever heard with daz loader was rare restart problems based on certain systems used with it.

    Good Luck
     
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  5. iamanoob

    iamanoob MDL Senior Member

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    this is why i hesitate to help people on the internet.. if something goes wrong.. it's always the "Software" that is the problem.. never the "User" ..
     
  6. ioftro

    ioftro MDL Junior Member

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    The title of this post may be a bit rude as Rosco noted. It actually caught my attention right away. Anyway, it could be a simple mis-communication or misunderstanding. Daz actually went out of his way a couple of dozen times on his thread to help people out. < http://forums.mydigitallife.net/threads/8632-Program-based-Windows-7-loader > I think it would have been better if the problem was posted there instead. Also, the Daz Loader is quite safe but sometimes things can go wrong but it's definitely safer than a bios mod.

    @neoideo - I hope you resolve your problem, there are tons of helpful members here. :)
     
  7. nefarious

    nefarious MDL Novice

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    I think the problem is the guy behind the keyboard. He signed up here just to bash someone.
     
  8. neoideo

    neoideo MDL Novice

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    #8 neoideo, Mar 11, 2010
    Last edited: Mar 11, 2010
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    i never meant to blame or bash anyone, if someone got offended i really apologize. Im new its true, but doesnt mean anything. is just that sometimes is hard for me to redact in a good way since english is not my first languaje.
    as you guys said, Daz did an awesome job something which will help a lot of people including me. im very sorry if the post was rude, i just edited it and would have changed the title if possible.

    thanks for the help you guys have provided, i will try the suggestions right now!
     
  9. neoideo

    neoideo MDL Novice

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    this worked thanks very much :)

    is there any other option available to this windows?, i tried all Daz methods with "Untouched" version of my windows, i guess i should continue this issue with the Daz post.

    thanks for the help
    Cristobal
     
  10. PeterHolbrook

    PeterHolbrook MDL Addicted

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    Well, you were ENTIRELY successful in hiding your, o so excellent, intentions. Someone with such an ability deserves being congratulated, particularly when they create a thread for their own promotion, instead of going to the thread where comprehensive free support is provided! So, once again, congratulations on your success!
     
  11. elliotsagan

    elliotsagan MDL Novice

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    Hi all! Only to say one more time: Daz works a lot and always come up with a real, useful tool. I would rename this thread with some like this one:
    "When the problem is located between the chair and your computer screen"
    Love you all :)
     
  12. FreeStyler

    FreeStyler MDL Guru

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    Done, as requested above :D