Error Code 0x8007050 During Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit Installation
Jan 27, 2011
I have been encountering this same error code in one of my machines. I get the Error Code: 0x8007050 during installation of Win 7 Ultimate 64 Bit. It occurs during the expansion of files phase, during instalation, with the message "Windows cannot install the required files. Make sure the required files are available..."
Intel DP43TF MB
Intel Quad Core 8300 CPU
4GB OCZ ATI DDR2 RAM
Antec 500 Watt PSU
Hitachi HDS725050 KLA360 HD
and later a Seagate ST3640323AS HD.
In previous installations of Win 7, I've observed that about 29MB are copied to the System Reserved partition. In this scenario, only 11MB are copied. I've performed the following trouble shooting in order:
- Changed out the DVD drive. Tried installation again without success.
- Performed factory system restore on the hard drive. Tried installation again without success.
- Replaced the hard drive with a new one. Tried installation again without success.
- Removed all PCI cards, and tried again with just the PCI-E video card. Tried installation again without success.
- Replaced the PCI-E video card with a PCI card. Tried installation again without success.
- Cloned the "System Reserved" partition from another PC with a functioning install of the same OS. Tried installation again without success.
It should be noted that this specific machine was previously running Win 7 Ultimate 64 Bit. I was simply attempting to upgrade the hard drive. I've also tried to install Win 7 Home and Win 7 Pro, all with the exact same error code, which occurs during the same phase of installation. I also tried to perform an Upgrade install. The machine accepted a complete install of Win Vista Ultimate 64 bit (twice), but had the same error codes appear during the Upgrade install to Win 7 Ultimate 64 Bit. I reformatted and reinstalled same Vista 64 bit OS. I tried to install Win 7 Pro 64 Bit, and again encountered the same error codes. Incidentally, I have used 3 different Retail Win 7 install media. The machine passes all MemTest and CPU diagnostics.
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I've read some forums people were saying that this could be a RAM problem,so,ok my toshiba have 2 RAMS x 2 Gb..so i taken out 1 tried to install-same error, put in another slot-same error,replaced and putted my other Ram Memory in the slots same again. So,is there any solution how to fix this?i can see in bios that bios is reading my HDD,not sure if its working,does that mean that if BIOS is recognizing my Laptops HDD that works 100%?
Diagnostic Report (1.9.0027.0): ----------------------------------------- Windows Validation Data--> Validation Code: 50 Cached Online Validation Code: N/A, hr = 0xc004f012 Windows Product Key: *****-*****-73CQT-WMF7J-3Q6C9 Windows Product Key Hash: KaFG+RmurcM3ZxzWyfEP9WtPUJw=
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After i press any key to reboot from DVD, the windows is loading. But when it reach to the screen where we suppose to select language, currency & time format and keyboard layout, the screen become stuck. Mouse cursor doesn't appear and keyboard also not available to use.
No matter how i try it I mean an upgrade or a clean install this is the error that i get : windows installation encountered an unexpected error verify that the installation sources are accessible and restart the installation error code:0xE00000100
not sure what this means.... has anyone else had this show up for them... if so whats the fix?
So This is my 3rd install disc I made and I Re-downloaded 64 bit windows 7 no problems. Integrity was checked and successful. I burned at the slowest speed 2.4x Also no errors.
Once I go to install windows 7 it jumps to 8% then 100% then i get an error saying Files are missing or corrupted. I don't see why I should have this problem since downloading and burning process went smooth.
the error code was 08007017.
I also disabled my norton or most of it.
Anybody have any ideas whats wrong I only have about 2 more discs left to burn.
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Base System Device Base System Device Ethernet Controller Network Controller SM Bus Controller
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