Hello, I have a pc with Windows 7 RTM 64 bit that I got it off of MSDN. The OS was installed and had been running without any problems for several weeks. I recently installed some updates and after I rebooted my machine I found that I can no longer boot into Windows in regular, safe or repair mode. Then I tried it is safe mode and it got as far as and then stopped (no disk activity at all) I have tried reinstalling everything from the recovery partition, the backup disks that I made when I got it, an image of the partition that I also made as well as using the Windows 7 disk for my desktop. after much hardship i found my answer. i have a hp note book pc and the problem was the legacy boot up option in bios being disabled. i enabled it and it booted up just fine and am installing windows 7 u right now. will update.
5 days ago How To Fix Blue Screen Errors (BSOD). Download Now WinThruster - Scan your PC for registry errors. Compatible with Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista, XP and Hi all, I recently acquired a brand new Asus notebook PC model XC. It came defaulted with winows OS. I have since updated the BIOS and made attempts to downgrade to Windows 7 Ultimate x This. Windows 7 suddenly decided not to boot. Everything was working normal in the morning. I shut it down before going to work (and I think a windows update was recently downloaded). In the evening I came home, booted the machine up, and it wouldn't boot. It gets stuck at the exact moment before Windows.
Hi everyone, I'm attemping to install Windows 7 64 bits in a Sony vaio SVE14A25CLB laptop. Many threads in this forum already help me a lot to change the UEFI settings to boot from a DVD or USB device. For the last couple of days I've been trying to install Windows 7 bit on my new ACER Aspire X that came with Windows 8 preinstalled. Looks like it only supports UEFI since I couldn't find any other setting in BIOS utility. When I try to boot it from the Win 7 DVD it's hanging on “Starting Windows”. Hi, First of all: This is not a "let's discuss if Kaby Lake is supported by Windows 7" thread. I'm just looking for help, and it's been proven p.