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#1 JGaard

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Posted 11 July 2016 - 03:13 PM

Yesterday I decided I was going to get Windows 10 but I needed more space on my harddrive because there was a lot of stuff on it and despite me removing and cleaning it as thoroughly as possible there was still not enough space for the installation. I then had the brilliant idea of using a old installation disk to set up Windows 7 again. The installation removed my things and started a new, fresh installment. It crashed half way. At this point my computer is unable to start up. I'm stuck on this screen: http://imgur.com/AydXJUh

I then decided to download Windows 7 on another pc and then burn the ".iso" onto a disk. I then put the cd in, however i was still stuck on the screen that was in the previous picture(http://imgur.com/AydXJUh). Since it didn't boot up I went into the system thing (that looks oldschool and like win XP, where mouse is unusable). I probably pressed on things I shouldnt have because now I get a new start up picture of the motherboard that i have never seen before: http://imgur.com/a/KKVgf

This error comes up directly after: http://imgur.com/a/mau82 , the fan works though.

Here is a list of my pc specs:
processor: INTEL CORE I7 950 3.06GHZ 8MB S-1366
ram: 2 x CORSAIR 6GB DDR3 XMS3 INTEL I7 9XX DOMINATOR 1600MHZ (3X2GB)
motherboard: ASUS SABERTOOTH X58 S-1366 ATX
cpu cooler: NOCTUA NH-D14 S-1155/1156/1366/AM3
BD: LG BLURAY BD-R 10X RETAIL INTERNAL BLACK
HD: Intel SSD 80GB
Graphics Card: GIGABYTE GEFORCE GTX 470 SUPER OC 1280MB PCI-E DVI/HDMI

All help and suggestions would be wonderful and of great help because I am not experienced with these types of issues.



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#2 Viper_Security

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Posted 11 July 2016 - 03:21 PM

Try Writing the ISO to a USB flash drive using PowerISO.( http://www.poweriso.com/download.php )

 

Cd's can "skip" a block, where as usb is solid (goes much deeper than that but that's the simplest explanation)

 

as for the CPU fan thing, that normally occurs when it's not spinning as fast as it can/should (blow out the CPU fan with some air while holding the fan blades )

or if the connection is loose ( re-seat it).

 

And if your BIOS screen is different, I'm assuming it somehow updated your bios?.

 

once you write to USB you should not have errors.


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