Windows 7 crash

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by kartoma, Nov 16, 2009.

  1. kartoma

    kartoma MDL Novice

    Nov 16, 2009
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    #1 kartoma, Nov 16, 2009
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    Hey mates.
    I have a big problem.Yesterday I have installed Windows 7 x64. He has been worked great till today. Something happened and all stoped. I see my desktop but I can't do anything (keyboard doesn't work (hard disk diode doesn't light?). It happened 8 times. I don't know what to do and I don't know the reasons: maybe my programees are incompatible? After reset I become no information about this crash.
    core 2 duo 3.0ghz, 4gb ram, geforce9800gtx, asus p5k
    maybe I'll better instal 32bit version? today I installed only itunes, vlc, utorrent... yesterday was ok, but today all fu**ed
    please help.
     
  2. Michel

    Michel MDL Expert

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    If possible try to set the computer back 1 day before all the problems started (If you still have the restore points).
     
  3. themax86

    themax86 MDL Novice

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    reinstall :) s**t hapens
     
  4. vdl68

    vdl68 MDL Junior Member

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    I ran into this many time. It seem like Win 7 X64 does not like to be mess around with the it's driver. I try to update the driver and it seem to work find, then once I reboot, it just freeze on the boot-up logo, or sometime just show me a blank desktop.

    I finally got smart and finally install ShadowProtect Desktop Recovery CD, so every time the notebook "goes on the lose" I can grab it back again!! :)
     
  5. kartoma

    kartoma MDL Novice

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    Indeed.

    With Vista I didn't have such problems. I restored my yesterdays config. We will see...
     
  6. GeoffV

    GeoffV MDL Novice

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    Hi kartoma
    You might want to visit the Microsoft Compatibility Center-- wwwdotmicrosoftdotcom/windows/compatibility/windows-7/en-us/defaultdotaspx(Replace the "dot" wit a period ".") -- you can manually check on component compatibility there. From there you can likely narrow your issues down to nil.
    Good luck
    GeoffV
    Windows 7 Client Team