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Re boot loop PLEASE HELP

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I just built my computer and I installed windows 7 perfectly fine. After the installation, I began to download some games (LoL,dota,ect) but then my computer got stuck on a reboot loop. I took my computer into a tech at the store and he said it was a corruption within the windows 7 installation and that I should Re-install my windows 7. My problem is that I don't know how to re install windows from the boot menu.

I tried to using my installation disk and boot it from there but I still get errors and it's still re boots.

Should I unistall windows? If so, how do I from the boot menu?

Thanks! +REP
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Installing and reinstalling Windows.

See Here

This should answer most of your installing questions.

Joe :)

Also if needed.

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In addition to the guidance above can I ask what type of Windows media you have as in is it full retail disk, OEM disk, a downloaded ISO, a burned copy, a back up disk that you made yourself or was it installed from a USB device.

Were the MB drivers installed after the OS.

Please provide the brand and model name or number for the following items;
HDD and or SSD
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