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yesterday I reinstalled windows 7 home premium (legal). I've done this many times before, but issue, that happened to me yesterday was new for me. After successfull install, filled account information, pc had to restart before accessing desktop as usual. When it was restarting it threw "bootmgr is compressed" so I checked all (4) disc partitions and unchecked compress data and hit reboot. After this everytime I start laptop, company logo appears, starts booting as first from DVD then from HDD, nothing shows up only small blinking space. Then again it reboot itself and this is in loop until i turn it off. Please help

My laptop:
CPU: intel i5 2430M
GPU: Nvidia GTX555M
HDD: 500GB, 4 partitions, 2 from manufacturer (400MB total), 280GB primary with windows and 180GB for data

sorry for my english, it's my second language. Tried to find some similiar topics on google, but nothing with this issue

Edited by sajmonczech, 11 March 2014 - 11:04 AM.

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