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#1 steveaber

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Posted 12 September 2010 - 10:09 AM

Ive just put together a brand new system (a very basic system) everything was working fine, all devices and memory were correctly recognized in the bios. Loaded windows 7 flawlessly, everything was working just fine for more than a day. i was just tuning things up and setting up email etc. then during a restart windows decided to install 39 auto updates. Now windows will no longer boot up. it now has a corrupted system file. ive tried re-installing win7 from disc. i get to where it restarts the 1st time and then it wants to completely start over loading again. of course i do not know which update corrupted the OS. When i get it fixed i will definitely turn off auto updates. but for now any ideas on how to fix my problem.

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#2 LouisR47

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Posted 13 September 2010 - 12:34 AM

Can you please explain again what happens when you try to reload the OS?

Next time you reload, when it asks where do you want to install windows select drive options(advanced) delete the partition and then click next and try re-installing.

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Posted 15 September 2010 - 07:11 PM

Thks louis, Ill try that & let you know




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