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#1 John Frusciante

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Posted 22 December 2012 - 12:48 PM

Hi everyone, i just signed in , i am having a problem with my windows 7 ,it wont start up ,in addition,my keyboard broke and cant do anything (p.s. I bought a new but it wont work cause i cant install it), the following message appears on my pc:

Booting Windows 7/Vista/Server (No SLIC-Pointer)
Booting Windows 7/Vista/Server (No SLIC)
Booting Windows NT/2000/XP
Booting Enter Command Line
Boot failed! Press any key to enter command line.

Anyone kind enough to help out ? Thanks in advance !

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#2 noknojon


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Posted 22 December 2012 - 05:10 PM

Hello and Welcome -
A few quick questions -
How long have you had this computer ?? Who installed Windows7 on it ??
Is this an OEM (purchased with Windows7 installed) from shop / dealer, or self installed from CD / DVDs ??
What / who "broke" the keyboard ??

Thank You -

#3 Allan


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Posted 22 December 2012 - 05:36 PM

First of all, keyboards do not have to be installed. If either of the keyboards is wireless, make sure there are good batteries in it. If they ARE wireless and it still doesn't work, try a wired keyboard. It's possible your bios is set to stop on keyboard error or failure.

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