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It's available for Windows 8, Windows 7 and Windows Vista. It must be a corrupted webcam I suppose but none the less I need to know how to resolve it. Report sukhi- Jul 15, 2010 at 01:58 AM Hi all . I'll turn the machine on as per normal, everything will boot up just fine, there won't be any tasks that would be the machine under any kind of load... my review here

Anthony1709 Newbie Posts: 11 3+ Months Ago Hi I just figure out that the problem is nothing to do with the hard drive. Leave a comment Helpful +21 Report Jordan Jun 16, 2008 at 11:41 AM Im havin this same problem and it just keeps doing it over and over again. Setup went through all thirteen screens (yea, I actually counted them), and after the last screen ("Please wait while setup initializes your setup...rebooting in XX seconds") rebooted right back into setup. I looked everywhere for an answer and Im so glad someone found one.

Windows Installation Starts All Over Again After Reboot

then do what ever you want. A CCM membership gives you access to additional options. My mobo is a Asus A8n32-SLI. So not sure if it is the router that has caused it or something more sinister!

This must be some weird compatibility problem.  I have attempted the installation 3 times with Win 7RC and with the working final release of  Win 7 Ultimate  4 times -with the John's, Newfoundland, Canada 3+ Months Ago Load BIOS defaults... It work. Windows 10 Installation Keeps Restarting Nate NateWagner, Feb 16, 2009 #5 simbeb Joined: Sep 4, 2008 Messages: 223 Likes Received: 0 Location: Southampton, UK I don't know if we are having the same problem, but

Al 0 Back to top #15 largeal largeal Junior TEG Forum Member Members 9 posts Gender:Male Location:Georgia Posted 08 July 2008 - 06:47 PM Okay...with only the PATA harddrive (jumpered as Windows 7 Install Restarts After Loading Files press any key, press Enter or any key and follow step over there and use (R) Windows recovery option. We can advise on tech support, new laptop options or computing in general. I've swapped out hard drives -with no change in outcome.  There is no question that the motherboard, RAM, DVD drive etc.

like I can't even run WoW or Ventrillo with out my computer going to taht damn blue screen.. Windows 7 Installation Restarting Again And Again And Again This key depends on your computer manufacturer and computer model.This is usually listed on the first screen that appears on your monitor. When I chose any one then go to starting windows screen and after that restart the pc again and the same screen arrive. Press Enter Type: list partition Press Enter Type: select partition 1 Where 1 is your primary partition.

Windows 7 Install Restarts After Loading Files

If setting the partition as active again would fix the error, you need to use diskpart to run the necessary commands for this: If you have the original Windows installation media I am trying to install windows xp with service pack 2 on a 200GB hard drive. Windows Installation Starts All Over Again After Reboot and install hangs on first re-boot.... Windows 7 Installation Keeps Repeating Itself managed...I have tried it both ways by setting up the bios with the SATA optical drive first and the PATA IDE harddrive second and vice versa with the same results.

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Diskpart utility results screen If you don't have the original installation media, you can use Command Prompt from Easy Recovery Essentials: Download Easy Recovery Essentials Burn this page It's at their shop in Temple, Texas and I'm (anxiously) waiting for its return. When I hit F8 it takes me to a menu of my boot priorities. I've tried not selecting anything and letting it "start windows" in its own "in 30 seconds". Windows 10 Setup Restarting Over And Over

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Al 0 Back to top #8 largeal largeal Junior TEG Forum Member Members 9 posts Gender:Male Location:Georgia Posted 07 July 2008 - 08:08 PM Okay...with only the PATA harddrive (jumpered as YLstang...I never get the "press any key" message to continue loading XP. All rights reserved.Newsletter|Contact Us|Privacy Statement|Terms of Use|Trademarks|Site Feedback Back To Microsoft Windows Forum Windows XP Installation Keeps On Restarting Anthony1709 Newbie Posts: 11 3+ Months Ago Hi I'm trying to install Ain't that a kick in the butt!!!

u have stopped blue screen of death... EDIT : Try it without pressing F5, I don't think you need to do that. I've alsotriedmany more freshinstalls since - always the same result.At this point, I am sure the dual-boot has little to do with the problem - it is simply an installation problem useful reference I am so close to getting XP installed after a week of trying, this is very frustrating: can you help here somebody?

Sign up now! how would this help? ...Grant Grant L - CNW TECH Tuesday, May 04, 2010 2:54 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I have had a couple Write down all the settings you have made before in the bios before setting it in default values. I swapped out hard drive to preserve original disk/data in case needed in future.

Dombur Born Posts: 1 3+ Months Ago Anthony1709, Look on your c: Drive you will find a file called boot.ini it is a hidden file so you may want to use