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Computer Isn't Installing Correctly

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#1 TommyNet


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Posted 22 October 2010 - 04:45 AM

Hi Everybody,

I've been building computers and repairing computers for quite a while now, and today I came up with a problem that I have not experienced before.
It's really frustrating so I'm counting on fellow forum members to help me out on this situation.

Situation: Client asked to have the computer reformatted. Everything was working fine, but he had windows 7, and his computer wasn't handling it too well.

I booted CD-Rom with Windows XP SP3. Good
Deleted Partition of the Old OS. Good
Installed Windows OS onto the new partition. Good
Computer Reboots itself after 100%. Good
After the Reboot, The Computer stays on "Boot from CD:" Bad
Usually, You'd wait that off, and it will continue on to windows.

I think i just figured out what i did wrong. Im going to go try it ott.

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