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New hd hanging at starting windows screen need help plz

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#1 Userunknown10101


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Posted 26 September 2014 - 06:15 PM

I have a custom gaming pc my specs are: biostar main board with a amd atholon 270 x2 3.4 gh, 750 ti gpu, seagate 500gb hd optical drive is now a sony cd/DVD burner , 8 gigs ram. When I load os it loads windows files then goes to the starting windows screen and will stay at that screen forever without progressing. I have tried these steps to bypass I've removed one ram at a time I've bypassed the gpu completely and used VGA directly from main board I've replaced the optical drive I've even taken everything out withering and all to make sure that if it was a lose cable it is not now. But still it hangs at the startibg windows screen. I've looked at the main board to visually inspect that the transistors are not blown. Which they are not. When I call each manufacturer they place blame on everything else that is not from them so I had my pc at best buy did a diagnostics everything checks out fine. And was told that it should work yet I'm still at the same screen. Can anyone kindly give anymore addvice if things to try?????

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Posted 26 September 2014 - 06:54 PM

Try power draining your PC to get out of the startup loop. Unplug all peripherals (monitor, keyboard, mouse etc. including power cable). Then press the power button for 30 sec or longer. This will drain all the residual power in your system. Then put everything back together and reboot. No guarantee but worth trying. It saved me once before.

Edited by badr0b0t, 26 September 2014 - 06:55 PM.


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