Dell inspiron 1440 window 7 not starting [Closed]

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Hi.... i am a user of Dell inspiron 1440. I was trying to format my lapy with window 7..but due to some reason it was incomplete , After that my system`s screen is not appearing i.i. a blank screen is appreaing. Firstly system on start up directly gone to repair option .... it can`t boot properly...what ashould i do..plz any suggestions...????i don wann alose my data..

can anyone plz help me

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Hello

You say that you do not wish to lose your data.

I'm afraid that it is too late. Formating automatically erases all the data.

Were you using the Windows 7 Cd's or Dell recovery disks?
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formatting was incomplete,,, i can see data using cmd but screen is not appearing after dell logo..what may be possible reasons...????only blank apppearance
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i was using window 7 dvd... on screen only mouse cursor is appearing..
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i am using window 7 since lat 4 years..before that was using xp...vista never used..
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Were you using the Dell DVD that came along with the laptop?
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yes.. on screen after welcome .... preparing your desktop and after that only BLANKKKKK...............help plz
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See if you can access your recovery partition:

Start the computer.
As the computer starts, keep pressing the F8 key until the Advanced Boot Options menu appears on the screen.
Press the down arrow in order to select Repair Your Computer, then press Enter.
Specify the desired language, and then click Next.
Log in as a user with administrator credentials, and then click OK.
Click Dell Factory Image Restore.
In the Dell Factory Image Restore window, click Next.
Click to select the checkbox for Yes, reformat hard drive and restore system software to factory condition.
Click Next. The computer is restored to the default factory configuration.
When the operation is completed, click Finish to restart the computer.

If the above does not work, your hard disk may be damaged and should be replaced.

Good luck
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okk trying..thnkx...
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there was no option for log on..
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What did you get? Please try to give all the info or we might be here for weeks. Thanks
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while doing system repair Error Code 0 * 0 on disk failure and 0*490 on boot configuration store repair..wht this mean?
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As I suspected, your hard disk is damaged and should be replaced. There is no other solution.

Sorry
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okk.. thankx..
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Did you have Windows 7 before or Windows XP or Vista?

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