(I've looked around on this forum and others, but still I haven't been able to solve my problem. I'm sorry if I've missed any topic that represents the same issue or presents the solution. Anyway, here it is: )
I fell for the offer to upgrade my OEM Windows 7 Home Premium to Windows 10 on my ASUS N55SF, but directly after the installation I was greeted by a black screen with a blinking white underscore in the top left corner directly after startup screen!
I contacted Microsoft support, who couldn't help me very much. They said it probably had something to do with a conflict between my graphic card drivers and Win 10, and my only solution was to reinstall Win 7 with my recovery disc.
I have now found the recovery disc, formatted my system partition and reinstalled Win 7, only resulting in the same black screen with the blinking underscore! The system repair makes no difference. I've run chkdsk /r and everything seemed alright.
By the way, somehow the primary partition (number 2 in my case) is now labelled "E:". I don't know if that affects anything though.
Partition 1 is "RECOVERY", 25Gb (primary)
Partition 2 is the old system partition, 168Gb (primary)
Partition 3 is the system reserved partition, 100Mb (system)
Partition 4 is "DATA" where I have stored all my personal files, 505Gb (logical)
What am I to do?
I'm very thankful for your help and advice. I'm sorry for any misspellings or weird sentences, I'm Swedish and so is the system language on my computer.
Edited by gklaven, 02 August 2016 - 04:31 PM.