(Redirected) doing a full install windows 7 pro sp1 64-bit on my dell optiplex 760 Tower, but even though I have the original disc from dell, I have more questions...

try to do a full install on my dell optiplex 760 Tower, but even though I have the original disc from dell, I have more questions...  I get all the features and everything all the way to the last step and everything, but then I think it will be a success, it doesn't say windows startup and let me down in me leaving with a blue screen no signal on my LCD 15 '... If someone would have an idea and would be kind enough and generous to help me as a fellow geek... I mean built my first computer, lived the whole 9 yards, but still cannot understand or resolve this situation... I would greatly appreciate any help of knowledge all my colleagues people could give... .i currently do not have a phone, but is will can always happen to me by message on his or [NOTE from the Admin: Email deleted in accordance with the TOU strategy identification], thank you for your time and also gratitude.

Best of this post in the Forum OS from Microsoft here:

http://en.community.Dell.com/support-forums/software-OS/f/3524.aspx

Bev.

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