HP Windows 7 stuck in a reboot loop

Hi all

Recently, I accidentally upgraded my HP Envy 14 from Windows 7 to Windows 10 and let the month pass without switch back.  Due to one host of other problems that have arisen, I decided to Windows 7, so I took out my old Windows 7 recovery disc to re-install Windows 7.

He successfully reformats the hard drive and everything seems to go well until the end of the installation, when all of a sudden it shuts off and restarts.  He will then get as far as the 'starting windows' screen before it restarts again, each time giving to the screen "Windows is not stopped successfully", is not just a part of the installation process.  He's stuck in this reboot loop.

Any advice?

Couple comments:

I have created a startup repair disk and ran the Startup Repair, but he reported having found no problem.  Very well.

When you try to start the computer in safe mode, I get to the screen "Windows is set up your computer for first use" and then informs me that Windows cannot complete the installation in safe mode.  He gets up to now in normal mode, however.

The battery is thus burned - can install Windows on a computer that has failed the test of the battery?  I don't see how there would be a relationship, but I'm really running out of ideas.

Thanks for any help/insight you have!

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Eventually the recovery disc files are corrupted, try the following:

Download Windows 7:

For 5 years, Microsoft made it fairly easy for users of the Windows 7 operating system to get reinstall media. If you have lost your support disc or installation retail collection; either it has been damaged or defective; You can download a copy of the edition that you have licensed from a membership site called Digital River. More recently, Microsoft ended the availability to reinstall media that you can download as a. File ISO in Digital River, which is a digital reproduction of an optical disc.

It was particularly convenient for people who could not easily get the manufacturer's recovery media, did not want to pay the fees required to get or preferred a clean configuration without the software packaged manufacturers or even a recovery partition does not work. It's easy to use, all you had to do was reinstall and reactivate using the product key located on the certificate of authenticity and download all the drivers on the manufacturers website.

Given that this option is no longer available, what are your options? See the article for more details:

How to: What are my options for Windows 7 reinstall media?

Make sure you scroll down and read the section:

What to do if you cannot get your manufacturer recovery media, refuse to use or to buy it or the Microsoft Software Recovery Website does not work?

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