Do you have a Windows 7 Service Pack 1 installation ISO file?
Do you already have a 25 character Windows Product Key you will need to activate the new installation and if you do what Windows Edition is it for (Home, Pro, Ultimate, etc.).
Describe you you "built a bootable USB with Windows 7".
Does newly acquired mean second hand, assembled from components, store bought or something else you will describe?
If the system is a Dell what is the Service Tag number?
If the system is an HP what is the Serial Number?
Did the system work okay prior to this incident - because you said "After wiping everything pc would not boot".
If the system used to work okay what was the OS installed?
Describe how you "wiped everything on the pc". Not like Hillary who would use a rag.
Tell us what was the "everything" that was wiped and how did you wipe everything if the system will not boot?
If you "changed bootable USB programs" what was the bootable program before and what was the next bootable USB program you used?
You changed to "partition programs" - what partition programs would those be and how were you able to use them if the system will not boot?
You changed to "ultimate boot" - what does that mean and how did you change to it?
What I would do would be:
- Acquire a Windows 7 SP1 ISO Edition (Home, Pro, Ultimate, etc) that matches the Product Key
- From a working system use something like ImgBurn to make a bootable DVD or rufus to make a bootable USB (or make both)
- Install then activate with the 25 character Product Key (if necessary)
Edited by joseibarra, 29 March 2018 - 08:07 AM.