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Old 05-17-2014, 01:09 PM   #1
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Hey everyone, I was trying to reinstall windows 7 on laptop using a dvd. Everything seems to go smoothly until the very end. I put in my name, time settings etc. After it restarts, it says "windows is loading files", it goes to the windows start screen and then it restarts. It keeps doing this in an infinite loop. Do you guys have any idea what I might be doing wrong? Thanks in advance
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Old 05-17-2014, 01:16 PM   #2
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Hello and welcome to TSF!! What reason for reinstalling Windows 7? Any issues with the computer to make you want to reinstall or did you have Windows 8 installed?
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Thanks for the quick reply :) I have had windows 7 for about 4 years now and it was kinda starting to get slow so i just wanted to start fresh
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How did you go about reinstalling Windows 7? Through a OEM Recovery disk or using the built in Recovery system (partition).
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I used the the built in recovery system. I even tried clearing the hard disk and repartitioning it but still didn't change anything. It's an ASUS X72D
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Clearing the HDD? Repartition? Did you use any HDD wiping erasing tools?
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Nope, just tried it during the installation when it asks me to choose where to install windows
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One more question. When the installation asked you where to install Windows 7 on which partition did you choose by type and size? Also did you select to delete each partition then reformat? Try installing Windows again When it gets to the Partition screen where there is a list of Partitions take a clear picture of your screen and post it here.
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