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    At process #19 it restarts at LEAST 6 times. Just leave it alone, go out, grab a coffee or watch a TV show or a movie. When you leave it alone it'll do its thing. If say you start it at night and it's still restarting by the time you wake up in the morning, then you may have a problem there.
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    I'm giving my g75vw to my son, so I tried to use the factory DVD's to restore the computer to the original state and followed the instructions I read on the first message of this thread. I removed the second HDD and used the 3 DVD's to carry out the task.

    Problem is that it all went great till I finished and got the message that the installation had gone fine; problem is, when I removed the third DVD and restarted the computer, I got the message that I needed a proper Boot device, so my drive C: was not recognized and the only option I had was the CD-DVD drive. This means that it all went well till I got to section 13 of the instructions (on the first message of this thread). Problem is, I don't know where to go from here.

    The drive I have is a 750 GB SSD, plus the other that I have removed temporarily which is a 750 GB HDD.

    What do you suggest I do now?

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    Were you previously booting from that drive? Is it possible that the other drive was your boot device?

    If you upgraded it to Windows 10 you can wipe it and do a clean install from a Windows 10 iso image (download from Microsoft). Windows 10 will read the hardware and reactivate. That might be the quickest fix.
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    It could be that your Hard drive is not flagged active. You may have to boot to a hard disk partitioning software (example, powerquest partition magic, or any other bootable hard drive manaing software) and mark the hard drive (and/or partition) to be ACTIVE. Save and reboot.

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    Question Asus G75 VW

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    Cecil_2099 ::i have A Question about the Asus Recovery DVDs, not working for 1TB HD: So if my 1TB HD dies, and want to replace it with a new one..its not going to work??? i heard this before.i to have the Asus G75VW=all the same specs as yours.so i will be asked out? if my HD breaks? what if i want to replace the HD that has 285GB with the Windows OS on it for a SSD 500GB Drive.and replace the secondHDD with the 1TB to a 750GB HD??? would that work? That sux, about the 1TB HD wont work, and you confirmed this? Please Reply and tell me my options, cuz i have the latest Version of AI Recovery its(1.0.24) But i did find the new one 1.0.28) BUT i dont know if it would be compatible?? its from the same modle system. So please let me know my options and what i can upgrade and what i cant.THANK YOU>FROM: McRom37

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