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Windows 7 update fault

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7y, 2m agoPosted 7 years, 2 months ago
Had some important updates for windows 7 and since the updates which I did last night it gets past the windows 7 loading part but after that the screen goes black. Has anyone had the same problem
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7y, 2m agoPosted 7 years, 2 months ago
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#1
I spent 3 days trying to figure out why my copy of 7 kept randomly crashing. Turned out it was an unsupported keyboard mouse combo.
#2
John Locke
I spent 3 days trying to figure out why my copy of 7 kept randomly crashing. Turned out it was an unsupported keyboard mouse combo.


Mines been working fine until I had to do some updates
banned#3
Insert the Windows 7 disc on boot up ensure you are booting from the CD drive first by entering BIOS or press your computers key to select boot options (mine is F12).

When setup is fully loaded there should be an option to repair Windows
#4
lumoruk
Insert the Windows 7 disc on boot up ensure you are booting from the CD drive first by entering BIOS or press your computers key to select boot options (mine is F12).

When setup is fully loaded there should be an option to repair Windows


I'v done the repair but no luck
#5
lumoruk
Insert the Windows 7 disc on boot up ensure you are booting from the CD drive first by entering BIOS or press your computers key to select boot options (mine is F12).

When setup is fully loaded there should be an option to repair Windows


Top tip right there.

Failing that i do remember having to uninstall a complete windows service pack on XP after it annihalated my pc. It involved a whole load of jiggery pokery editing the registry before windows started, through the recovery console i believe.
banned#6
John Locke
Top tip right there.

Failing that i do remember having to uninstall a complete windows service pack on XP after it annihalated my pc. It involved a whole load of jiggery pokery editing the registry before windows started, through the recovery console i believe.


Vista and I imagine W7 are much better at repairing themselves it's a god send :)
#7
You may find what you need in here somewhere.

http://support.microsoft.com/ph/14019
#8
mine is locked in a continuous loop for a driver for the printer.
Its at the latest driver already how do i tell it so???
#9
please someone help me

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