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Startup Crash


Sarjaky
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You should follow the Clean Install procedures: –

 

Vista/Win7

XP

 

A little more information would help us get a better picture. Try using these guidelines for describing your problem and your system: HERE

 

Oups, yeah, sorry.

 

It used to work, maybe two weeks ago, and when I tried to start it yesterday it kept crashing. Don't know what happened since then! I don't think I installed anything new in the past two weeks.

 

Operating System (including service packs): Windows 7 Family Edition Premium (I don't think I've installed a service pack...)

Make: SONY

Model: VAIO VGN-NS255D

Video card : Mobile Intel 4 Series Express Chipset Family

Processor speed: 2 GHz

RAM: 4,00 Gb

Free hard drive space: 36 Gb

I last did an operating system update on: A week or two ago?

 

So you're saying I should try uninstalling and installing again?

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You could try starting the Install and picking Repair first...

 

Also checking for a Video Chip updated drivers would be prudent ;)

 

If that fails, move to the Clean Install.

 

Keep us informed, haven't really seen this happen before.

 

Okay, so I tried repairing it, it still crashes at the same point.

 

I also checked on the Intel website, and it tells me :

 

A customized computer manufacturer driver is installed on your computer. The Intel Driver Update Utility is not able to update the driver. Installing a generic Intel driver instead of the customized computer manufacturer driver may cause technical issues. Contact your computer manufacturer for the latest driver for your computer.

 

Somehow, I really don't feel like playing around my laptop!

 

What is a clean install? Is it just uninstalling and then installing again?

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Okay, so I tried repairing it, it still crashes at the same point.

 

I also checked on the Intel website, and it tells me :

 

 

 

Somehow, I really don't feel like playing around my laptop!

 

What is a clean install? Is it just uninstalling and then installing again?

 

 

Click on the blue links Jim posted in post # 2 Vista/Win7 XP . :blink:

 

But you'll have to read them and follow them? :unsure:

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