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Software issues Whenever i try install software, the OS boots into windows but i can't access anything it is though the drivers have not been loaded, all ica see is the time in the taskbar the icons that are normall there aren't. But when i perform a system restore everything works as normal until i install software.

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MSI P965 Pt Continually re-boots on start-up


You don't say exactly at what point in the boot sequence the system crashed and restarts. Many things could be at work here. You say you are using the HDD from the previous system. Did you swap this drive straight out and are still using the OS load from the previous system? Windows loads drivers at startup based upon the hardware installed. If you are using and old WIndows load with a new mainboard, this could be the entire cause of your crashes. YOu may be able to get to SAGE mode and remove the old drivers and try to restart the system, but from experience I will tell you that to get the best results when installing a new mainboard, you should reload the OS from the original OS disk, and then load the new mainboard drivers.

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Guys, can you help me with my laptop problem. windows is unable to load, i tried to reformat the HDD install new OS but still windows will not load. though I bring my laptop to service center but they told...


Hate to say it.. but yes your service center is correct. The motherboard or the back plane on the motherboard is not able to handle the windows load, just sits there stating it is installing .... but there is no progress on the screen.
I note, you stated that you have formatted the HDD, if you did not, the data on the disk could be prone to corruption.
To verify and/or prove a point ... I'll try another Operating System (OS) ... The freeware linux versions. Fedora Core or Ubuntu. You can download a "live CD" which starts the OS and if it starts, then it may not necessarily be a motherboard issue. From the liveCD you can then install onto your computer and install free versions of word, excel, etc .. I'd suggest OpenOffice.
Either this should assist in verifying you have a hardware related issue or not for loading any operating systems.
hope this helped ....

Oct 08, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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When i boot up i can choose to start windows normally : safe mode/ w/o networking blah blah but when it boots up the screen just goes black and never loads windows, What are the suggested problems, and/or...


Well first off, when you say 'but when it boots up the screen goes black', what option did you pick? I would try selecting 'Safe Mode with Networking" and see if you can't get into windows. If you can't get into windows in *ANY* mode, you're probably going to have to reload/repair the os instalation. If you can get into safe mode, install 'malwarebytes', an antimalware software, and see if it comes up with anything. If not, I would say that it could be a driver issue.

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I m lookin for installing dual boot with Vista ultimate n Windows 7, gotta dvd for both, any help??


If you wan to fresh install, here you can do ::
Try following steps.
Restart the PC, Press Delete for some time
It will lead you to BIOS setting
Go to the Boot Priority menu,
select DVD ROM as First Boot and HDD as Second Boot

Now Insert your Operating system CD: Vista Ultimate
Restart the PC and when screen says " Press any key to continue"
hit "enter"
Let the CD load and then select New Installation
Format the drive by pressing L, and then create three partition , 100 GB for Vista Ultimate, 100 GB for Windows 7 and rest for data.
Hit enter and let os Load

After complete OS loading, system will restart and again you will see " Press any key to continue"
DO NOT PRESS ANY KEY.

OS will boot and register it with microsft. create login and then remove OS DVD,


Insert the Windows 7 DVD
restrt the system, Hit enter when it says " enter any key to continue"
select new installation, point to the earlier created partition for windows 7 installation
proceed with same procedure.
after complete installation, when you restart the pc, you will find both the BOOT entries at booting.
do not forget to load device drivers on both the OS.




Enjoy!

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My laptop is a dell latitude d600 it starts up but will not go past the windows xp loading bit then goes back to the start again


Could be a number of issues here.
Can you boot it into safe mode (F8)?
If you can get into safe mode without it rebooting, check to see if any newly installed drivers are causing the problem. (I'm assuming you have not changed the processor etc).
Download and install memtest, this will check to see if you have Ram that is failing.

If you are unable to access safe mode, then try booting from CD using a Linux based boot OS (Ubuntu or Magix), That may give you some idea as to whether it is a hardware fault or a corrupted windows files. (possibly a virus)?

If you have a spare hard drive, try installing that and installing a fresh copy of your OS, again, if this works without issue, then the problem may lie with the original hard drive.

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I have a compaq presario 1200 laptop and I have a blue screen problem. Whenever I run anything memory intensive it simply flashes a blue screen at me then reboots. Whats more is after it reboots it won't...


Your Operating System (OS) is corrupted.
The best solution to this problem is to reinstall your OS using an OS installation CD.
I would also recomend upgrading to Windows XP.
You can upgrade by simply installing Windows XP on your laptop.
Back up all your data before reinstalling your OS.

Jan 07, 2010 | Compaq Presario 1200XL104 Notebook

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No scan options...install or run device software


Windows Vista is a sh.t OS that many IT pros laugh at.  Windows 7 looks more promising, but don't upgrade the software on your computer cause there are other issues that arise whenever you install one OS over another.  Wait until you need a new computer and buy it with windows 7 already pre-loaded.  This will save you much headache and time. Vista was truly a bastard child for Bill Gates.
Go to the HP web site and look for drivers to download for this model and for your OS.  Here you go:
http://welcome.hp.com/country/us/en/support.html

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XP Doesnt get to log in screen


Try to repair the OS, if you have the installation cd.. or format it then install new OS...

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Wont boot


In this industry it is always a hardware or software. But if your PC does not allow you to get into windows without going into safe mode it was probably due to a bad driver installed, but you must determine that driver. So look into your mind and find out what you loaded last onto your pc with drivers. If you can remember delete that from your system while in safe mode. But only if you remember do not speculate. In order to remove software you need to get into control panel
Click on start
Then locate Control Panel
Then locate Add/remove software
Locate the software you recently put on your computer
Unistall it
Reboot PC
This will hopefully fix the problem!
In my experience usually a reload of the OS and all program fixes this problem, the other fix is by shear luck you find the right software to remove it.
Reinstalling OS and programs is really simple. First try the software removal if this does not help contact me I will walk you through OS reinstall!

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