Windows Installation

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  1. pujulde

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    I never install Windows by myself and tried to do it. I download it from torrents. After copying files from CD it needs some time to begin SET UP. To be more precise I am brought to set up after pressing CTRL+ALT+DEL. But i don't understand why it's needed. Without pressing that combination it shows blue screen and do nothing. I wait for about 10 minutes, but the same problem , then pressing CTRL+ALT+DEL and it keep on installation. Could anybody explain me whether its common case or there is some mistakes? I was installing Windows 7. Thanks in advance.
     
  2. AfdhalAtiffTan

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    If you're installing it from CD, make sure the BIOS boots from it.
    The combination you mentioned is to restart the pc. It's usually not needed.

    Bluescreen usually indicates corrupted installed system file.
    Sometimes, it's due to bad capacitor plague, ram or hdd.
    You need to troubleshoot it. :)
     
  3. pujulde

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    How to troubleshoot, can you suggest me something?
     
  4. Robin Mitchell

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    Never mind I posted a silly thing
     
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  5. Wendy

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