Blue screen on Windows 7(62 posts)
Too difficult at this point as you do not know what updates you have such as SP1 and you do not have a copy of a Install disc or a Repair disc.
Have you tried booting into safe mode ?
Slowly tap F8 at the POST screen.
1. Download the ISO
2. Burn to a blank disc with Imageburn.
3. Remove from DVD/CD drive and place into damaged computer
4. Restart damaged computer and enter the BIOS (one of the F keys, depending on model)
5. Set Boot priority to CD/DVD first on list
6. Do not select Install (if asked) instead select Recovery options
@ nosparks ,
Thought I had posted the link :D
We still don't know what version OP has though.
Not sure if it will work don't have a Mac so never tried it the technicals don't say yay or nay, the alternatives are trying something like one of these : http://download.cnet.com/mac/cd-burners/
nos sparks plz dont leave me here, i really need your help =/. i know what u mean now , but almost all it shows is the product key? I have home prem if thats what u needed to know
Cola9222, sorry for delay. I did get your email but you were one of many, you did not identify yourself so was not aware who you were.
It is important that when a member asks you for specifics he is doing this to evaluate before a reply. Please bear that in mind.
Please be specific when questions are asked, it really makes life so much easier for all. Email saying, what do I do now did not help! A link in the mail would have helped to identify who you were.
I have replied to your email and linked you to the recovery disk download via dropbox, please follow the instructions.
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