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Computer shut down during Windows 7 install

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#1 derek huff

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Posted 26 September 2011 - 08:38 PM

I downloaded windows 7 from the MSDN Microsoft alliance thing that my professor signed me up for. Anyway while i was installing i got to the part where it said expanding windows files and gave a % or something. Anyway it got to 65% or so and i left the room and when i came back a minute later my computer was off. At first i thought it was probably restarting because i know that is suppose to happen. However when i waited a few minutes i realized it wasnt coming back on. So i tried to hit the power button to turn it on and i get NOTHING! What the heck happened, everything seemed it was running fine. My processor supports 64 bit and i have more than enough hardware to run it fine. I even did the adviser before hand and my system checked out. I am freaking out cause my compute will not come back on and i need HELP! please

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#2 noknojon


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Posted 27 September 2011 - 07:45 AM

Hi and Welcome derek huff -

Can you please list computer Make and exact Model if known, also what O/S where you updating from ? ?

Were you loading the 64bit download or changing to 32bit mode ? ?

Thank You -

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