Win7x64 installation error: black screen after reboot

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firelitte

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Hi, i have a MSI A6000 Laptop. Ive been trying to fix this problem for 2 day with 12 hours time and read countless forums but still haven't been able to solve it.

I recently encountered windows 7x64 installation error, where i could not select disk partition to install.
( i formatted and deleted all of the partitions for a clean install). But somehow after running the memory
diagnosis i was able to go through the installation. But during the installation on the second time it restarts,
my computer gets a black screen when starting.

i cannot access the post screen menu or the recovery option( it is however possible to access the same thing via booting through the USB and selecting the recovery option instead of installing). Also the memory
diagnosis tool does not work any more giving an error. The bios options are as follows:
MAIN : Serial ATA [Hard Disk]
Serial ATA [ATAPI CDROM]
Advanced: PCI Latency timer [64]
Legacy USB support [enabled]
AHCI Mode [endabled]

P.S i donot have any dual monitor joined.
 

dai

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the initial install goes into ram and it hands over to the hard drive on the first reboot and it is not seeing it

try setting sata to ide mode instead of AHCI mode
 
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