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I cant install Windows 7


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I just made a bootable DVD with Windows.7.Ultimate.32-64Bit.(2010-07-14) and after "Loading Windows Files" and "Starting Windows" I get a screen with the cursor only and the default win7 dekstop and then it stops there...What is the problem? the pc has windows xp pro on it...
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I just made a bootable DVD with Windows.7.Ultimate.32-64Bit.(2010-07-14)

I'm not sure what you mean by this. Where did the Win7 come from?
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I meant this was the release of the windows :D
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The RC of Win7 should not work anymore since it auto started shutting down last year before the official release.
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RC? Sorry but I'm not very into these stuff and please help me :D
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Where did you download the WIn7 from?
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OK I see the problem now. This site is a torrent p2p site. Therefor the files are for the most part illegal or can contain malicious files. We have a problem now as described below.
We here at GeeksToGo will not assist you with issues relating to copied, pirated, or in any other way stolen programs. It is a direct violation of our TOS (Terms Of Service) to offer any assistance in this matter.

GTG does not assist in issues with P2P problems except for the removal of the programs pursuant to the Terms Of Use. This thread will be turned over to a Administrator and closed according to the reasons stated above. Please be aware that GTG will help to rid your system of P2P programs if you choose to do so by starting a new topic and asking for assistance. For future information please read the Terms Of Use in the link at the top of forum. The reason we don't support P2P is because of the law and risk of infection possibly caused by the files downloaded. A great many of these files have infections in them and will cause in some cases your system to become unusable.

This thread has been reported to the Moderating Staff and will be closed immediately. If you have any questions about the TOU please contact a Moderator or Admin for clarification.
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