System restarts constantly after installing window 7 (32bit) on notebook

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Hello,

Recently, I installed window 7 (32bit) on my notebook and it worked successfully, but after some months, the system started to restart constantly. So, I made an effort to recover back my past image of window, but I was not successful.

Then I tried to install it once more on the notebook, but it failed again and it gave this error no. 0x80070057. It states that it cannot set up on the partition. Then I used the diskpart method to do it, but failed again.

I need to solve it. Please help me.

Thanks in advance.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #153830

System restarts constantly after installing window 7 (32bit) on notebook

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Greetings,

 

I'll give you a list of things that will narrow down the issue.

 

1.) If you can, format your hard drive. Before you do that save all your important files on a jump drive or external hard drive, because it will erase everything.

2.) Install your OS, windows 7, again and see what happens.

3.) If you still get that issue it may be that you have a damaged hard drive. Purchase a replacement hard drive for your notebook.

 

On a side note, check and make sure that you have the correct amount of memory on your system before reinstalling Windows 7.

Answered By 0 points N/A #153831

System restarts constantly after installing window 7 (32bit) on notebook

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Hi,

First of all, prior to the rebooting issue, did you make any recent hardware or software changes to you computer (like software installation?)

Secondly, if you can get Win7 up in Safe Mode, try to find and disable the auto-reboot setting.

Once on Safe Mode, please click Control Panel> System icon> Advanced System Settings> Startup and Recovery and uncheck Automatic Restart.

(After doing that, you may go to Control Panel> Administrative Tools> Event Viewer> System Logs – Both Application and System Logs to check event that occur prior to the rebooting issue.)

Hope this helps.

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