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I bought an ASUS N76 laptop pre-loaded with Windows 8 so these are the new generation n76 series. UEFI or BIOS Windows 7 Installation? And, this webpage. All rights reserved.Newsletter|Contact Us|Privacy Statement|Terms of Use|Trademarks|Site Feedback Join Forum | Login | Today's Posts | Tutorials | Windows 10 Forum | Windows 8 Forum Welcome to Windows 7 Forums. http://themenage.com/windows-7/windows7-updates.html

Password Advanced Search Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Go to Page... I don't see an option to turn it off in the bios Hi In my shops we have done a fair few 8 to 7 downgrades (particularly on lappies) and on My System Specs gregrocker View Public Profile Find More Posts by gregrocker 08 Dec 2012 #9 rwx Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit 34 posts Hi Greg, >> Did you My System Specs gregrocker View Public Profile Find More Posts by gregrocker Page 1 of 15 1 2311 > Last » Asus N76 UEFI - W7 64 Install Hangs on Logo

Windows 7 Uefi Install Hangs On Starting Windows

The notebook has a single harddisk. In addition read over these steps to understand the tools and methods which work best to get and maintain a perfect Clean Reinstall - Factory OEM Windows 7. It is freezing and acting crazy because legacy mode is disabled.USE A USB FLASH DRIVE TO INSTALL W7 with legacy mode disabled. Not every computer has the option in the bios you have to do it some other way.

IN THE BIOSThis has nothing to do with your hard drive by the way, or formatting it etc... Santron664544Dec 28, 2012, 7:38 PM Windows 8 secure boot (UEFI) is probably the culprit. What is the make/model of your laptop and I'll try to locate some info on the BIOS for you?I was gonna recommend using CPU-Z or Speccy but you can't get to Windows 7 Install Freezes After Loading Files The other one is also about that with the addition that it is also possible to do from an USB drive by copying installation iso to USB drive partition.

Wednesday, November 07, 2012 2:08 PM Reply | Quote 3 Sign in to vote Having problems installing Windows 7 Pro-SP1 from DVD computer with UEFI mode is enabled. Windows 7 Uefi Boot Freeze The others led to the same hang I experienced the first time. I don't need it. However you still have the option to install in UEFI mode following UEFI (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface) - Install Windows 7 with - Windows 7 Forums.

This is as much as I know to help, sorry! Windows 7 Install Hangs At Starting Windows I went into the UEFI setup and the only option for my BR is EUFI boot. Then when it goes to the 'starting windows' screen it just freezes there. I do not see those choices here so it will take someone more familar with your mobo to know how to access them.

Windows 7 Uefi Boot Freeze

Notice: Please help me as soon as as possible. I see no options to bypass UEFI unless it's the one in your final screenshot for Boot Override - what choices does it offer? Windows 7 Uefi Install Hangs On Starting Windows So even if you get Win7 to work in dual boot AFTER 8.1, Win7 might be wonky, because 8.1 is installed first. Windows 7 Install Hangs At Setup Is Starting Save changes and Exit.

Ask ! have a peek at these guys About Us| Advertising| Media Kit All Rights Reserved, Copyright, TechTarget| Read our Privacy Statement Log in or Sign up Wilders Security Forums Forums > Software, Hardware and General Services > other Worst comes to the worst, I'll restore to Windows 8 and re-partition to allow me to dual boot Linux. Unfortunately this model has no optical drive; both the laptop's USB sockets are USB3 and there doesn't appear to be an easy way to disable this in the Dell's BIOS... Computer Freezes At Starting Windows Screen

All it tells me is how to operate the laptop (touch pad, dvd etc). >> Then wiping the HD using the commands I gave earlier assures it formats as MBR. Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality. When copying windows 7 64 bit iso with rufus (GPT fat32) to USB the result is still a freeze during setup in UEFI boot modeClick to expand... http://themenage.com/windows-7/windows8-v-windows7.html Virus related?Ive seen this on laptops, desktops, asus, acer, hp, gigabyte motherboard in desktop, etc etc.

Its hybrid hard disk is formatted GPT. Windows Cannot Be Installed To This Disk We're looking for a non-UEFI DVD drive and HDD representing the installed SSD or HD. I attempted to boot a Windows 7 ULT 64 install DVD but the install hangs on the Windows logo/flag.

My goal is to get Windows 7 and Ubuntu dual-booted, but I am focusing on replacing Windows 8.1 with Windows 7 for now. (FWIW, the Ubuntu installer also experienced a hang

Have Win7 Pro sp1 64 installed on SSD, mb=Asus F2A85-V Pro. Everything is so simply why would you go back to doing 3-4 click when its down to 1. Our forum is dedicated to helping you find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build. Showing results for  Search instead for  Do you mean  or Post new question Post new question Question Reply Topic Options Subscribe Mark Topic as New Mark Topic as Read Float this

I don't see any issues except the whining about the start bar. Skip Win7. You need to wipe the destination drive and make it a regular MBR disk.http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/answers/id-2004936/windows-install-partition-gpt-format.html psrskailasMay 14, 2016, 10:38 AM I dont want to format the drive because of many data, thats this content It may be on the bottom of the PC on a sticker or you might be able to see it on the main page of the BIOS.

Then the message disappears and the animated Windows logo appears on screen. I cannot turn off the UEFI option, there is no such option, I have deleted everything on the drive, and still Windows 7 would hang at the Starting Windows Screen, I Brett928S2Dec 28, 2012, 7:38 PM JammMusic said: This computer came with windows 8 and has a UEFI motherboard.. And BOOTOn bios setup section "boot setup" there is legacy mode DISABLED and SECURE BOOT is DISABLED too .so this is NOT the problem.

have you tried RESETTING DEFAULTS in the Bios ?All the best Brett I have tried everything, and I mean, everything. Wednesday, May 29, 2013 11:51 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Thanks this fixed my problem!