Windows XP to Windows 7 Start-Up

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I am having a problem with my computer start-up.  I upgraded my computer software from Windows XP to Windows 7 and now there is a problem with the start-up.  I tried starting the computer in safe mode, but this isn't working either.  When I tried rebooting the computer using the CD Drive and the Hard Disk, the computer runs continuously. I decided to return to using Windows XP, but this is not an option. I have tried all I know how to do. Your help with this matter would be greatly appreciated.

 

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Windows XP to Windows 7 Start-Up

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Is your computer compatible with Windows 7? Do you have 1GHz processor and 1 GHz RAM installed in your computer. If everything is ok then try to install windows 7 fresh in your computer and try to login. But if you do that, your previous data have no longer in your system. If you face the same problem then upgrade your hardware as Windows 7 requirements. Microsoft Windows XP or then can use Microsoft System restore and fix their own computer to be able to an earlier day. It will but not erases some of your data. But, if any kind of applications were hang since that day, it is possible that the software settings areas gave up.

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Windows XP to Windows 7 Start-Up

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Here are some tips to solve your problem:

1. Windows 7 needs some requirements to install in your pc.

Please check the requirements are available.

2. Insert a boot CD in your CD Drive and restart your computer, When appearing the screen that Press any key to boot from CD, please press any key as soon as possible.

3. If you insert a boot CD in your CD Drive and computer showing no

option to reboot. Please go to your BIOS setup and select boot from

CD / DVD Raw option and press enter.

I hope if you follow  the above two step carefully , Your problem will be solved .

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