Win 7 wont boot

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by /dev/null, Jul 20, 2009.

  1. /dev/null

    /dev/null MDL Novice

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    Hello all.
    first of all, sorry about my english. but i´m swedish.
    I have downloaded the torrents 2 times, boot 32 and 64.
    and burnd the dvd:s 2 times, boot regular dvd and RW.
    32 bits tells me to push any buttom to start the installation.
    then "windows is starting" coms up, but nothing more hapens.
    not even after 45 min. not on any computer here.
    64 bits just hangs, dont ask me if i want to start from dvd. hagns there.
    dont even start the regular os. so i have to force a reboot.
    the dvd player is fine, i can boot GNU/Linux debian/arch and MS Vista.
    anyone knows, ore have an idé whats wrong here?
    the dvd says it´s bootable to.

    regards /dev/null
     
  2. PrEzi

    PrEzi MDL Addicted

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    Have you downloaded the WZT releases ? They are really the only ones that I could trust.
    Have you verified the SHA1/MD5 ?
    Maybe your downloads went corrupt ?
    Have you burned it with lowest speeds ? (I burn my OS-install DVDs with max x4).
    Do you have RAID/AHCI set ?
    What is your config ?
    Have you checked your memory, PSU, Mobo if they are 100% stable and working ?
     
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  3. stasio

    stasio MDL Addicted

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    Disable boot for GNU/Linux debian/arch first.This must be enable only after any Windows installation.
     
  4. /dev/null

    /dev/null MDL Novice

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    PrEzi

    Yes, it´s WZT releases. tried one more time, but same situation.
    Burnd with 4x speed. RAID is disabled in BIOS, if you meen that.
    what config do you meen? the mobo, psu and so on is fine.
    not old and working fine with the other os:s thats on them.



    stasio

    i meent that i can boot upp the computer with live cd/dvd with those os:s,
    but win 7 wont boot on any computer at all here.
     
  5. yaluza1967

    yaluza1967 MDL Member

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    #5 yaluza1967, Jul 20, 2009
    Last edited: Jul 20, 2009
    Hello,

    may be this iso is not bootbale, anyway , take 3 minutes , download CDImage_GUI ,it's a freeware, copy all files of iso in directory, run CDImage_GUI

    go to Startup : choose the directory of files iso where are copied

    take a name for iso : windows7.iso


    go tabs configuration then tabs Boot, point file etfsboot.com in directory files iso

    and tabs create : start create , wait one minute, burn this iso.
     
  6. /dev/null

    /dev/null MDL Novice

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    The dvd is fine, i just booted up my neighbors computer with
    both dvd:s, and installd x64 on it. no problem at all so it´s fine.
    but it will not boot here. tried to boot with vista,
    chosed to repair, and started cmd. changed the dvd and started
    the win7 installation. the files extracted, and when it rebooted
    the same hapens. just hangs and nothing more.
    no overclocking when i´m trying to install.
    tried with beta and RC and it worked fine.
    so the problem is on my computers with win7,
    but i have no clue and starting to get frustrated.
     
  7. yaluza1967

    yaluza1967 MDL Member

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    take à usb key or hdd usb, make partition active if your bios boot on device usb
     
  8. Xefir

    Xefir MDL Novice

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    Hi

    In my old computer (a Dell dimension 4550), i'm a similary problem.
    The install block in Starting Windows, and i notice that my DVD Player can't open during this blocking.

    I change my DVD Player by another one, and this time, it block before the Welcome screen (With the big button "Install")

    So i decide to stay in XP in this computer.
    But all of the other computer run Se7eN fine !

    Really strage techonology :D

    Xéfir Destiny

    PS : I have tried with USB Key.
    There is exactly the same problem :D