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Win 7 Not booting Help!!!

Discussion in 'System Builder's Advice' started by Duekay, Aug 21, 2009.

  1. Duekay New Member

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    Hey guys (&Girls),

    I just been trying to get my windows 7 to see and use all 12GB of my Ram,
    I was playing round with msconfig then it wouldn't boot :banghead: it would get to the point when the win 7 logo apears then it just hangs and the MB says FF (booting), so i tryed to fix it with the install disk.....NO GO :banghead:

    So then i thought i would just bite the bullet and reinstall every thing all good I deleted my Raid0 Volume on my 2 SSD then reconfigured and went though the process of installing win 7 again.

    All was going fine till it said finalizing installation then it restarted and you guessed it bloody thing stopped after loading the logo again whf!!

    I am lost tried all the tricks i know, the SSD's and memory seem to be working fine when i done the test on them.

    I have the BIOS Fail Safe settings is well the same ones i had when i load it the first time when it was working grrr...

    Help me please :cry::cry:
     
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    Try using a different sata port on the mb. Mine on the Classified are terrible glitchy.
     
  3. twicksisted

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    if you messed something up in MSCONFIG.EXE then you will most likely be able to boot up in safe mode and change it back to normal startup
     
  4. InTeL-iNsIdE Guest

    Can you pop the disc in and do a repair ? ... ok just noticed you tried that, and tried doing a reinstall hmmm could it be your disc is fubarred ?
     

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