I was installing windows with a clean install and everything went smooth.
The installation got to "completing installation" and after about 15 minutes, i heared few "beeps" from the computer (not the speakers).
the computer restarted itself and then installed the registery files...
after that, it went to a blue screen with a flower (like in the start of the install) and said: "Starting Services ".
after about a 4 seconds, it said: "The computer restarted unexpectedly or encountered an unexpected error. Windows installation cannot proceed. To install Windows, click OK to restart the computer, and then restart the installation"
when i clicked on "OK" the computer restarted it self and repeat to show the message.
i tried to redownload and reburn but it repeat it self, both 64bit ver. and 32bit ver. so it isnt a corrupted file.
i got no other OS on my computer, because after 4 years my computer started to slow down, so everyone told me to format, so i formated the computer and wanted to install windows 7 so i got no other computer to play games on (im using a old laptop right now).
I recently re-installed windows and am now trying to install the DirectX End-User Runtimes (June 2010). All goes well, it installs everything, but as it finished I get this error: I have tried redownloading, using other installers and updating my graphics drivers. Nothing will work. It's probably worth mentioning that the first time I tried installing, about a week ago, my computer totally froze in the middle of the install and I had to force restart.
I'm trying to install Boris FX RED 5 trial on Windows 7 64bit. Each time I try to install it I get the following error message:'Error 1926. Could not set security for file C:Windows. Error: 0. Verify that you have sufficient privilages to modify the security permisions for this file.'I contacted Boris FX who told me it's a Win 7 error. I have an administrators account and UAC is set to off. I've never encountered this installation error before since I installed Win 7 about a year ago.I can't find an '. Error:0.' file or folder. I tried to change permissions on the 'Windows' folder but this wouldn't work.
I took advantage of the student offer for Windows 7 upgrade!
I downloaded the Windows 7 installer and when I try to run it I get this error.
"We are unable to create or save new files in the folder in which this application was downloaded. Please check the folder properties to make sure that you have security permission on the folder to write files and that the folder is not read-only"
I'm trying to upgrade my Toshiba (Satellite) Vista to Windows 7 Home Prem. edition.
Everything seemed to be going well until the end and I entered into (any) user account. Windows 7 started to prepare the user account...suddenly I get a IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL error...that's it...no help at all? Restarted and got the error Stop 0x000000A at about same place. Gee's, this was supposed to be a simple install now; stupid MSFT.
I have 2 other computers I wanted to upgrade but now...?
Because I have default windows 7 in my notebook, I have followed your excellent tutorial in Method #2 and almost finish installing XP deluxe version. suddenly! a Blue Screean appear in the display like this… A PROBLEM HAS BEEN DETECTED AND WINDOWS HAS BEEN SHUTDOWN TO PREVENT DAMAGE TO YOUR COMPUTER
IF THIS IS THE FIRST FIND YOU'VE SEEN THIS STOP ERROR SCREEN
RESTART YOUR COMPUTER. IF THIS SCREEN APPEARS AGAIN FOLLOW THESE STEPS.
CHECK FOR VIRUSES YOUR COMPUTER. REMOVE ANY NEWLY INSTALLED HARD DRIVE OR DRIVE CONTROLLERS. CHECK YOUR HARD DRIVE RUN CHKDSK/F TO CHECK HARD FOR HARD DRIVE CORRUPTION AND RESTART AGAIN COMPUTER.
Whenever I try to install the driver for my onboard sound card(Asrock C-media Ac97) the following error is rendered: I found the driver on this thread: UDA051_build01_Logo51.3_Standard_.rar (PeterBoard's post)
I have an old Dell XPS Gen2 desktop that is running WinXP. I wipped my Raid0 hard drives to perform the install of Windows7. After helping the setup see my raided hard drives, I started the install.
After the second step in the installation process I keep getting an error message that says something like: "Windows could not configure your computer's boot sequence. The installation could not continue"
Does anyone know what I'm missing? Could my bios be too out of date for this setup? or is it something else?
I've tried to install Windows 7 numerous times. It gets through the entire process and then I get a blue screen of death at the "Completing Installation" screen.
It says there is a problem with igdkmd32.sys which is an Intel graphics accelerator driver.
The thing is, when doing a search, I don't have that file on my computer at all. My only graphics driver in the system area is my GeForce 7600GS. There is nothing showing the Intel one so nothing to disable.
WIN 7 installs a-ok to Seagate 500GB Sata HDD when drive is direct connected to main board using SATA data and power cables. Problem is, WIN 7 fails to find the same drive when the drive is installed into a KingWin removable drive bay. Drive shows a-ok in setup (BIOS). Ubuntu or Mint Linux installs a-ok onto same drive in the KingWin removable drive bay.
I just got a new laptop and im trying to put windows 7 on it. 64bit. Everything goes well until it goes to first boot up. When it goes to first boot up after that display of weird lights on the bottom. It restarts it self and then goes to boot though vista, Which isn't there any more cause i wanted to format to get rid of blotter where. After it boots though vista it goes to a grey screen then all of a sudden a ERROR comes up in what looks like a text document.
i am trying to put win 7 onto a medion pc which has vista 32bit, i have tried doing a clean install and an upgrade but it will not run for more than one restart.one of the erorr msgs were unverified and the others are anything from system repair to the pc not booting up
I've had a few problems with my Acer desktop so decided to do a fresh reinstall.I downloaded two different copies of Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit SP 1 (one from the Del forum, can't remember where the other was from!). Burnt one to an ISO DVD and the other to a ISO USB drive. I installed the latest BIOS.I disconnected all HDD apart from the one I wanted to install onto - which I did a format of (from within Windows 7 - the fast format).The Windows 7 install get's to the "Expanding Windows files" which sticks at 0%.I then get a error (x80070017) which says it cant extract the files?
Basically my friend asked me to install seven on his laptop for him so that it would dual boot his current os and seven. Both are 32 bit so thats ok. The laptop is an Acer Aspire 5920, and had two partitions on the laptop when I looked at it. The main one was for vista and it was called ACER. The second seemingly has no purpose and he never used it and was called DATA. So I thought that it would be easy enough, just format the DATA partition and install seven on it.
So I started up the win-7 install disc and installed it to the DATA partition after formatting it with the win-7 partitioning tools. This was ok and at the end of installation it wanted to restart and I let it. It then rebooted and completed setup. This should be it done. So I removed the disc and booted like normal, the windows boot manager came up like ususal giving me the choice of what os to boot into, so I booted into vista to check it was all right. It was. So then I decided I would go ahead and set up his user and all for him so I booted into seven. I managed to set it up and it once again (like normal) wanted to restart. So it did...
But now it boots past the bios screen and nothing appears. Even after 10 minutes nothing loads. Only a single underslash i.e. _ flashes. (EDIT: This is the BSOD!) The bootloader doesn't even appear! Just the underslash! I have never encounted this problem before and I am extremely confused as to why this has happened! I tried the install again but the same result came up.
ive got a dell xps 1530 laptop running on vista business 32 bit ,4gb ram, intel core 2 duo t5450 166ghz and a 250gb hd partitioned into 215gb os ntfs [c] 15gb recovery ntfs [d] 2.50gb media direct fat32 [f] 134mb unallocated and 2.50gb
i want to upgrade to 64bit
ive got a 64 bit windows pro upgrade disc from software4students ,ive tried to do a custom install and get the error code 0xe0000100 ,searched the web and read up on it ,can anyone give me any advice on how to install it,ive got no addional discs as the dell came with it all as a image on the hd,got the proper licences and keys tho.
I've installed Windows 7 32-Bit RC1 on my desktop without issues using Daemon tools and mounting the ISO and installing to a separate partition, that's all very peachy. The original OS was Vista HP 32-bit.
Can't say the same for my laptop running Vista HP 64-Bit. Using the same method, the installer gets to about 12% and then comes with this error.
Windows cannot copy files required for installation. The files may be corrupt or missing. Make sure all files required for installation are available, and restart the installation. Error code: 0x80070241
I've downloaded more then 10 GB in the past 3 days re-downloading .ISO from both the Microsoft site and Bittorrent sites and seeing if they're corrupted. They're not. I get the same error every single time. Something else is the problem.
I tried installing BOTH the 32-bit and 64-bit inside my Laptop Vista 64 bit OS and I get the same error.
I've also unzipped the .ISO to my drive and tried installing that way. Same deal. Why did my Desktop go so smooth but my laptop is a living hell?
i tried to change the partition of my laptop but while in the process, i got an error. when i tried to reboot it, it already says disk error. so i tried to reinstall windows but after the "press any key to boot from cd" msg, i only get a blank screen. now i cant reformat my hard disk and cant reinstall any os on it. i even tried hiren's boot cd but i always get a blank screen after booting from it.
i cant also start the laptop on safe mode or even the last known good configuration. when i tried the safe mode, it says about the partition error (long lines of error like "partition (0)disk...system..." something. i am most certain that the cause was the erroneous or interrupted partitioning.
Whenever I have tried to do the update to instal Service Pack 1 the process has always failed, giving me "error 80073712". I have tried doing some of the possible solutions found throughout the internet, including disabling anti-virus software, downloading SP1 manually and installing it on my own, attempting to install in safe mode, doing check disk, but nothing seems to work. What can I do?
SO I just popped my new 120gb SSD into my netbook, and have just bought a 8gb flash drive and made it bootable for windows 7/8/ubuntu (i downloaded all 3 for fun)my problem is with mounting the files. I try the good 'ol drag and drop the files to the USB drive, and the transfer ALWAYS gets halted by 'install.wim' inside the windows source files. the transfer completely halts on whatever mb was remaining. very frustrating.
I am trying to upgrade from Vista Home Premium to Windows 7 Home Premium and I am getting an error saying the installation cannot continue because Kaspersky anti-virus is stopping the process. It asks me to look for it in the Control Panel and uninstall it.
Now, I would be happy to do so, but as far as I know, I have never installed Kaspersky AV, nor does it appear in the programs to uninstall. I have seen that there are a few people around who have had this problem, but I have seen to resolution to it, other than suggesting that a clean install be done. Obviously I can do that, but I really want to avoid it. I have too much stuff I'd have to re-install.
I have tried disabling other virus programs (as far as I know, I only have one provided by my ISP). I disabled Windows Defender. I also banged my head against a wall.
Anyone seen this? Why would it think a program is there, when it is not.
Im trying to install windows 7 on this PC i have just bought from ebay but it wont let me .This message comes up and i Cannot get any further.Windows cannot be installed to the disk. This computer's hardware may not support booting to the disk.Ensure that the disk's controller isenabled in the computers bios menu.
Diskeeper company tech guy was trying to help me download DK 12. Even though he was a highly qualified tech person, he could not get me past the 1402 error as we tried to install. I am still waiting for him to get back to me after researching the problem (about 10 days now). We went through the regedit process down to the "defrag path." We tried to change permissions in different approaches. Never succeeded.
I have a Toshiba Satellite A-215, all original hardware, that I was trying to do a restore on yesterday before I gave it to my friend. Well it was nearing the end of the installation progress, but had seemed to have stalled, when the computer got unplugged. That was very bad because the battery in it is shot and it will only run on AC powerSo it shut off during the install. I start it back up and I get this error:"The computer restarted unexpectedly or encountered and unexpected error.Windows installation cannot proceed. To install Windows, click "OK" to restart the computer, and the restart installation."
I am getting the error code 0x80070570 Everytime I try and install Windows 7. I am trying to do a custom install so it cleans out the computer. I have Windows 7 Pro OEM 32bit. I have the requirements it takes to put Windows 7 on a computer. I have tried two different discs same results. System is custom built, with Gigabit GA-H55M-S2H motherboar, Intel core i3, 4gb Memory, 500gb hdd. It gets past the part of coping files and then comes up with the Error code of 0X80070570. I have tried to install several times using two different discs and allways the same result.
I'm trying to install a program that has an updated patch. When I go to install the update I get an error message saying "program name (x86)...you don't have permission to save in this location contact your administrator to obtain permission. How do I get around this block. I did go into the admin setting nad played around with them but that didn't do anything. This is my computer and this account is the only one on there and it says Richard (me) is the admin so I should be able to put stuff where ever the I want. I am so sick of Windows 7 this is the worst version of windows yet. Can't we go back to MS Dos.
I am trying to install windows 7 ultimate x64 on a new build, I am getting the error in thread title when it begins to install. I've scoured this forum to see what others had similar issues and tried the fixes. I tried with one stick of ram, tried re-burning the iso, i've used 3 different discs one 32 bit the other 2 x64. The funny thing is, I have installed ubuntu 10.10 succesfully from a usb flash drive, but could not install ubuntu from a disc. The ubuntu cd was not a burnt copy but a legit disc i ordered from canonical. the windows install wizard lets me create partitions and delete them, it even looks like it tried to format the hard drive because when i go to attempt to install again evidence of the previous failure is there as a system and primary partition. since the 10.10 installation from flash drive went without a problem i do not believe there is a problem with the hard drive. the dvd drive is sata and is connected properly.
my system info is as follows
amd athlon II x4 630 cpu at 2.8 4gb ram asus m4a78lt-m motherboard wd caviar black 640gb HD sata lite-on dvd multi recorder sata ati xfx 512 mb video card
my boot settings go to the hdd first and i tried using the popup menu to boot from disc, for some reason it looks like it has a problem writing from the dvd drive to the hard disk.