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    hp 8200 sff pc problem

    hi all , had a new pc a hp 8200sff pc intel i5 quad core , came with win 7 pre installed , being lazy i installed acronis and tried to install an image off my current machine ,also a hp ,i thought this would save me the time installing all the new stuff ,as i was doing it acronis said that if i did install the image it may stop my pc from booting up , i ignored the warning and carried on , anyway it did stop the pc from booting , so i formatted the hd and did a fresh install ,this also wouldnt boot ,so i used the repair start up probs on the win 7 disc , this didnt work either i did it 3 times , i thought that what might have happend was that acronis had corrupted the boot order , so i attempted to repair the boot , this didnt work either, ive tried to alter the boot order from cd to hd but it wont stop on and when i check it its back to cd . not sure what to do next .cheers fred

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    Re: hp 8200 sff pc problem

    Does the system POST ? Did you get into the BIOS ?
    Society's to blame,
    Or possibly Atari.

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    Re: hp 8200 sff pc problem

    found out what it as , the boot had been corrupted, so i ran bootexe from the cmd prompt on the windows recovery disc .all good now thanks

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