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Old July 6, 2010, 09:01 AM
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I think that before you try to reinstall windows 7 that you should set up your Bios the way you want it then install windows 7. on a side not I do find it curious that just changing your ram setting made win 7 not boot up you must have did something else or maybe the settings you used were incorrect. the first thing I would have done is tried to boot up from a live distro of linux or a live PE just to be sure that it is a OS problem. but I do think that you might have set your settings up wrong.

Now if you want to try and install windows 7 from a usb stick it is very easy to do, all you need to do is Just extract the iso onto your usb and rename the bootmgr to ntldr. and then Boot from usb and you are done.
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