I've own this laptop for about a month now and I rather like it, except for the 32bit version of windows 7 that came with it. Anyway, My friend hooked me up with a free Upgrade to W7 Pro 64bit version. Now it didn't work because for some reason you have to buy a specific Upgrade version and that one only allows for XP or Vista to upgrade. So I had a never used XP copy I decided to use. It wouldn't install so I formated the C: drive to try and force it on there, but none the less it didn't work. So I decided for now just to go back to factory settings by using the MSI Recovery Manager, which should just reinstall Windows 7, but when I click it to do so it gets to the screen that says "Lose all C: Data" and then it just has the MSi back ground with the "Please don't touch" text. After about 20 seconds the background changes to grey for a quick second and it reboots. Once it reboots it loads to a "Windows Boot Manager" screen giving me a "0xc000000f" error.
Now there is no loading bars or anything that appear when Recovery Manager runs, so I am wondering if it is actually doing anything. Is there a solution for this problem?