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About os and formating a system

I dont know how to install an os. just after inserting the os CD, what should i do? tell me the next step and how to format a computer''

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  • Jim Scott May 11, 2010

    could you clarify please ?

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Choose "fresh install"

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My bravo meccer note book is freezing want to know how do I format it it is fine if I loose everything and I can reload my windows??


what system, an Mercer what? model>
what OS? (operating system)?
what is wrong, ? how did you get here.
virus? what?

ok an answer, for any laptop
1: ill assume it still running the same OS as new.
2: the system has a manual and shows how to do this.

RTM. read how to do that, some have CD, newer have a restore
partion on the HDD, to restore the OS. if the HDD is bad. kiss of that. silly they do that, huh?
some makers have and ISO to down load for just your machine
this is all in the manual, and varies by maker. radially.
but in the ISO case, you burn it to a memory stick (large)
then install with the flash memory stick this image of a real install disk
as an alternative, say you hated the original OS.
get w8 from windows. you can down load that now from MS.
new rules, with w8
you, install it, and reg it, and done.
id go with W8, it boots faster and is more efficient, needs less memory. It is a better product, Im a linux guy and hate MS end to end and i said that, their W8 is worth the price of admission.
1st time ever....
it is more secure too.
and can be made look and feel just like W7 in short order.
dont listen to the w8 cry babies, they are just ill informed.
the desk top is there, and runs perfectly.

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How do I install my 22w2 to my Dell Computer with Windows XP 2002


Hello,
Windows install first Available some points:-
A> Fresh Windows XP CD not damage cd, if cd damage may be some file miss and installation after problem show.
B> DVD Rom Drive.
C> You DELL pc support Windows XP.
Installation Process:-
> Insert CD to DVD ROM driver and boot CD.
> If CD not select first boot then open bios and select CD first boot.
> Then follow instruction step by step like language, which drive install windows (C Drive select), format option (select quick format), new user create etc.

Thanks..

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When I turned on my PC this morning, I saw as the bios info screen loaded then the screen went black. Then when a new screen loaded, it flashed the screen, then went black again. Any idea what the problem...


Probably a problem with the OS itself. I would recommend putting in your OS cd (the one that came with the computer. And restart, select the option to repair OS (or says something to that effect). This may fix the problem. If it does not try another monitor, see if it is monitor specific (I dont think so, it sounds like it is an OS problem)

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How to retrive the data after formating harddrive


If you format your system all data will be lost unless you have access to some very expensive software and hardware

You can do a repair function in XP Pro if the OS is flaky ?.

If you want to format the drive becasue the OS is sick take it out and put it in another machine , that way you can extract any data files you may need

Before you format it have you got all of the drivers etc for the motherboard and other peripherals if not you will be in deep doo doo after you hit the format button.

Last but not least have you got the keycode for the OS which was installed on your machine

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Keep getting a blank screen and a pop up say system not fully installed


easy, you just have to install the OS again..
u can reinstall it through booting OS CD, maybe some OS instalation files are missing or corrupted.
or if you have the recovery CD from the hp vendor, just install it

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Disc read error


This appears due to some range of possibile problems. Try following these steps: 1 ) Boot the system > goto BIOS setting (press DEL or F2 as soon as u switch on the power switch) > check the boot sequence somewhere in that settings and choose to "boot from the harddisk"     This has got some 50% probabily of solving the problem.
2) If not, you have to reinstall the OS using a operating System CD. Put the CD in, boot up and follow the on-screen instructions to reinstall the OS.  DONT FORMAT IT - you will loose all ur data. Just reinstall it. SOme boot sector files might hav been corrupted. Reinstalling the OS will surely solve ur problem. Thankyou!

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Dell inspiron 7000


check whether the CD that you boot from is a "Bootable CD" . While burning an OS in a CD/DVD the option of "Make the disc Bootable" should be ticked on which makes the disc bootable with its boots records. The system will realise that the disc is a bootable one only if the disc has these boot files in it.  Try setting the boot sequence to Cd drive as first priority and dont forget to save the settings. If all your hardware componets are good, the above things will be the probabilities.

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New installation but disk provided will not install.


First of all, your question is NOT clear! You have not mentioned what the heck is your intention. ?? Are you trying to delete a system file? a Windows program file? or just a program file? OR are you just trying to FORMAT your hard drive?

this may not be the problem but it is the only thing i can think of. Right click the drive and go to properties, there should be a tab which says "security" go to that and make sure your user name is checked for access if it isn't and you can't check boxes with that account log-on as "Administrator" add yourself to the checks and hopefully that will fix it.

If it is just some file that you want to remove follow this. ( NOTE: this will not delete key system files that is required for windows operation)
Go to Start -> Turn off computer -> Select "Restart"
While the system restarts ( after shutdown is complete) keep pressing the F8 key until you get the bootup menu. From this menu select " Start windows in safe mode". This time windows will start/load with the least required driver files and necessary system files. Now try to delete the file you wanted to delete.

If you want to FORMAT your hard drive, ( Be careful and know what you are doing here, you must have back up drivers for all your system equipments and an OS available to reinstall)
Go to Start -> Turn off computer -> Select "Restart"
While the system restarts ( after shutdown is complete) keep pressing the F8 key until you get the boot up menu. From this menu select "Safe mode with command prompt". When system boots up, go to the command prompt and format your system drive. ( C drive by default)

P.S: Where on earth did you go to high school? Next time when you write English, please use wisdom and be clear.


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The error you are receiving is a Harddrv error.
Most likely the OS gone Bad.
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Or you can purchase them now and fix it.

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