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WIndows 7 crashes right after installment

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by Adrian01, Jun 27, 2010.

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  1. Adrian01

    Adrian01 Thread Starter

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    hello,

    i have a problem with getting Windows 7 build 7100, i install it perfectly, everything goes well and when it gets to the "Preparing your desktop" screen, the screen says logging off and immediately after that shutting down.... and when i boot my pc again a black screen appears and has different codes, i am running XP at the moment, and i have a quad core, intel DG41TY mother board, 2GB's RAM, and a nVidia 9800 Graph card, i have tried everything that i could think of.
    please help me.:confused:
     
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    It isn't a release Candidate, i checked.... I installed it properly on my dad's pc and it runs perfectly, and he just has more RAM, nothing else is different....
     
  4. mel8again

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    Your post states that you boot your machine after it logs off. After logging off and shutting down it should restart itself. Maybe it's the way you wrote it.
     
  5. TerryNet

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    What version of Windows 7 is this, and where did you purchase it?
     
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    If it's build 7100, then yes it is the Release Candidate. The build should be 7600.
    Where did you get the install disc from??
     
  7. Adrian01

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    i got the Install disk from a store... but i wrote it the same way as on my dad's pc and it works fine on his...
     
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    i just checked and it is build 7600, sorry... but i managed to install build 7100 on my pc before i got build 7600. and it worked properly....
     
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    Just a thought! Did you uninstall the rc copy before installing the new one? I am sure that was one of the instructions from Microsoft.
     
  11. TerryNet

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    Thanks. That clears up a lot. From my experience with my HP dv6500z I can verify that the RC and released versions don't have the same set of drivers, so dvk01's advice has an excellent chance of pointing you towards a solution.
     
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    Windows 7 automatically activates after 3 days, so be careful that it doesn't activate on the other computer unless you bought two licenses with it.
     
  13. Adrian01

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    Okay i'll try the update... thanks... and i did uninstall the RC version.... okay... thanks guys... and i bought two licenses, thanks for the warning.
     
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    i Checked the Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor, and there was only one programe that was not compatible with Win7, but all my hardware is...
     
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