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  • I am guessing that this topic has been on the interwebs for as long as the net has been up and windows 7 has been dong what it promised not to do(waste time and have errors). I just need help with my laptops. I recently updated bios from factory to 1.03 on HP mini 110-3100. I have wanted to reboot the computer for sometime now. It is always hanging up on login from sleep and running my programs slowly. I decided to do the factory restore from partion. I get threw the whole process of factory restore and when the computer boots for the first time it shows 'windows is loading" and right at the first end of the first bar it bluescreens and restarts. I do not know what error cod is being displayed because it runs to fast. Feeling all hope is lost, I try to reinstall using my windows 7 starter disk from usb dvd. I get stuck at 82% when expanding windows files. I figure I can just load my disk and hard drive into my other laptop.(lenovo 3000 n100) I finally get everything installed and it restarts and says "starting windows" and flashes blue screen for a split second. Then restarts. I figure that my hard drive has take'n a turn for the worse and needs to be replaced. I then think that I could try to put my lenovo hard drive in my HP. I pop it in and start it up, It says windows is starting and then pops bluescreen in a mili-second.I did memory test(short and long[HP & Windows], Hard disk check long and short[HP & Windows] with no errors recorded and nothing stated in diagnostics log. I add that the memory failed a week after having it brand new from frys(no ad intended MOD).

     

    Is my hard drive messed up for my HP and the computer itself? OR just the hard drive? Is there a way to disk check my HP drive without wiping it?

    Thank you to the community of professionals, I'm not a complete novice to computer terms but simple english helps(for me and many to visit later).


    Thursday, August 11, 2011 8:28 AM

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  • Thank you for responding. I figured out what was wrong with my computers and hard drives. The OEM hard drive was formatted 'dynamic'. It had a bit of a problem with it dual booting windows 7 and tripping itself up. I used usb thumb drive with a copy of windows 7 and formatted drive and it installed just fine and I got my computer back up and running.
    Monday, August 22, 2011 3:11 AM

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    Thursday, August 11, 2011 8:29 PM
  • Thank you for responding. I figured out what was wrong with my computers and hard drives. The OEM hard drive was formatted 'dynamic'. It had a bit of a problem with it dual booting windows 7 and tripping itself up. I used usb thumb drive with a copy of windows 7 and formatted drive and it installed just fine and I got my computer back up and running.
    Monday, August 22, 2011 3:11 AM