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Problem loading windows 7

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by Monosapien, Jan 12, 2011.

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  1. Monosapien

    Monosapien Thread Starter

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    Well this is the problem

    Since i formatted my comp 4 months ago i have a problem while loading windows

    the thing is, when i turn on the PC the loading window screen shows and then when u the blue screen saying welcome is supossed to show ...it shows a black screen and the comp just dont respond anymore, but the processor, MB, and HDD keeps working...

    So when it happens i push the reboot button, it ask if i want to load normal or in safe mode, i select normal and ... everything goes perfect!!! :S yea ... like if nothing happened ... but ... when u turn off the comp and try to turn ON again ... fail ...same problem

    so the thing is: if i want my comp to work i have to 1.- TURN ON 2.- REBOOT 3.-SELECT NORMAL MODE


    i tried to fix this by using another HDD and nothing, i double checked my MB and all tests says everything is fine, the memory is fine, the video is fine ... it just wont load properly ...


    i did 4 new install and nothing but the 2nd time it loaded good like 4-5 times and then BOOM!! Fail again ... ( it doesnt fail if i do a reboot not a turn off and on)


    i just remembered ... last nite i installed some updates after the new install...do u guys think it might be related ? but if it was the case, why does it work after the reboot? plz help!!!
     
  2. ken1987

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    hdd is not the problem, the most problem when you installed win7 is that the compability of the memory you have...
     
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