Reboot loop windows 7 updated

My Windows 7 from Vista installation failed. After two-thirds of the site amenities treat the cumputer close and
said that he would like to reinstall my old version of vista. My Dell XPS 1330 since this message is in a reboot loop.
You have any ideas to fix this?

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    See the RESPONSE (by Kevin Hau) message in this thread: http://social.answers.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/vistawu/thread/73cea559-ebbd-4274-96bc-e292b69f2fd1

    Visit the Microsoft Solution Center and antivirus security for resources and tools to keep your PC safe and healthy. If you have problems with the installation of the update itself, visit the Microsoft Update Support for resources and tools to keep your PC updated with the latest updates.

    ~ Robear Dyer (PA Bear) ~ MS MVP (that is to say, mail, security, Windows & Update Services) since 2002 ~ WARNING: MS MVPs represent or work for Microsoft

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