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Dell XPS M1330 Reinstall Vista Got Problem

Any ideas? But there is a hidden Recovery partition intact with no drive letter assigned to it, I haven't touched that. My only peeve is that the weight can get up there with the nine-cell battery. It sounds a bit ominous, but they are warning you because they are going to wipe your data during this process. this contact form

Thanks! got my Dell back.ReplyDeleteAnonymousFebruary 11, 2012 at 4:08 AMThanks man. As such, these are kept entirely totally free from credential checksums.Matters such as defaults, arrears, bankruptcy, CCJs and even IVAs are not deemed right here.Further, there are also no collaterals associated October 30, 2012 Dave I have no idea, I've never used a pirated version of Windows. http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/laptop/f/3518/t/19245464

What can I do? thanks in advance for all of the help everyone. September 12, 2012 Dave The D drive is likely the smaller recovery partition.

I wanted to take it back to the factory settings. thanks September 15, 2012 Dave Sonu, I would recommend going to support.dell.com and putting in either the model number or the service tag number of your computer and look for the I have seen torrents of the installation disk. This time would make sure all data should be deleted.

Been stuck at 100% for 7 hours. Backup any data and then run Error Checking http://www.pctechbytes.com/windows-7/check-hard-drive-for-errors/ Good luck. I just want to get it working lol Reports: · Posted 6 years ago Top LH Posts: 20002 This post has been reported. Restart, do a clean install of Windows (Vista)?

Im stuck with this on the computer and do not know wether to say yes or no…please help ASAP..thank you so so much, Pamela January 8, 2013 Dave Yes, if you Hahahahaha… 9 Comments 9 Responses to "Dell XPS M1330" hascom January 6th, 2008 | 6:38 am Thanx a lot.. To create the System Recovery media, turn on the computer and let it boot up. Also, I would remove any printers, cameras, and any other USB devices you have added.

do you have any recommendations? check here The computer has been stuck on this cycle of restarting and going to welcome screen, then the black screen again, for over an hour now. It might be getting stuck looking for a driver for that hardware. After that the computer would no longer boot stating that the "BOOTMGR is missing".

Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... weblink You will need the USB key or DVD you created from the instructions above. I'm stuck. It does have a separate partition where the Dell DataSafe Restore is likely held.

and finally stumbled accross Windows AIK? Reports: · Posted 6 years ago Top chad3822 Posts: 18 This post has been reported. Ultimately I wanted to get back to original, and am thankful I didn't delete the recovery partition.Thanks again.LarryReplyDeleteAnonymousNovember 14, 2010 at 7:17 PMWell, tried it all and no-go. http://xmailing.net/dell-xps/dell-xps-m1330.php Saved my arse and I learned something.Follow the command line instructions exactly - and I might add - DON'T BE IMPATIENT.

Good luck for the next!Feel free to visit my weblog ; how to make appsReplyDeleteAnonymousDecember 1, 2012 at 12:46 PMMagnificent beat ! So i have no idea what I am doing wrong, i cant fix it from the recovery disk that i burned. Been beating my head against a wall and pregnant girlfriend mad because spending too much time on this pos computer with no results and finally found what worked!

April 19, 2013 Jack I did a Dell DataSafe restore for a friend and I used a SD Card to store the files.

I get the Bootmgr is missing message. Thank you in advance! You can download it to another computer and then copy it over via a thumbdrive. February 23, 2013 Patrick Just for the benefit of others, I was restoring an XPS from the Dell DataSafe factory image and it was stuck on 1% for over an hour.

July 7, 2012 Tay I have tried to restore my dell Inspiron back to factory settings but it's stayed on 74% for like 10 hours I tried restating the computer & and saved my impression..... It's worth a try, though. his comment is here This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations.

brilliant post. I get a black screen that reads: Windows is loading files… With a solid white bar below the text. For me, the process started and stayed at 0% for quite some time, about 15-20 minutes. Common myths about facial hyperhidrosis, due to their personality and overall health.

I do not have recovery disks and it keeps taking me to system recovery options, but I do not know the password for administrator. I would try and make sure all external devices are unplugged-such as printers, camera, scanners, etc. Argh November 4, 2012 Henry Rovira I have the same issue, only my progrees of factory reset was stuck at 51% for about 4 Hrs. Sometimes there is an option to repair, which may be what you did.

Germ, its fairly new. how would they make the correct files that I need?