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Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by ulric1234, Jan 7, 2013.

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  1. ulric1234

    ulric1234 Thread Starter

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    i have an hp laptop. i recently tried to reinstall windows 7. i formatted all the partitions unknowly i think i erased the boot files. now my laptop has a blank screen with the cap and num lock lights blinking. saw on youtube it is not uncommon but there ssolutions were no so good. is there a way to put the boot files on a flash drive or any other way? i need help.
     
  2. Jbasto

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    If u formatted all the partitions u need to reinstall W7. Since the format cleaned out all the information you have on the HDD. So the answer to your question would be you cant just copy the boot files to a flash drive and copy them over since there is no O/S in any of your partitions.

    I hope u had a back up of your files.
     
  3. lunarlander

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    Try phoning the laptop manufacturer and see if they can sell you a Windows disc. I assume your laptop have a dvd drive.
     
  4. lewissarah

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    Possibly you are facing security issues. Please refer this website for further support.
     
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