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Windows 7: issue with Windows 7 installation


10 Dec 2010   #1

Windows 7 - 32 bit
 
 
issue with Windows 7 installation

I have an issue with Windows 7 installation !!!
I installed win 7 on my lenovo laptop today and am getting to see the win 7 logo. but after that i get a NDIS.SYS error. i try to do a system restore and start up repair and non of them work. after that i also tried to install vista on it, but it also had a same no boot error and showed that it might be caused due to a hardware. i installed them both using a USB DVD ROM. when i searched in Google for the answers it showed that this occurs due to hardware not being properly detected and installed. Please help me with it.

My PC specs.
Intel Centrino Mobile, 1.70 Ghz
Intel 885 Motherboard
DDR1 1.25 GB RAM
Transcend USB DVD-RAM Drive
SoundMax High Definition Audio
Hitachi 500GB USB HDD, 40 GB Internal


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10 Dec 2010   #2

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by satyaki View Post
I have an issue with Windows 7 installation !!!
I installed win 7 on my lenovo laptop today and am getting to see the win 7 logo. but after that i get a NDIS.SYS error. i try to do a system restore and start up repair and non of them work. after that i also tried to install vista on it, but it also had a same no boot error and showed that it might be caused due to a hardware. i installed them both using a USB DVD ROM. when i searched in Google for the answers it showed that this occurs due to hardware not being properly detected and installed. Please help me with it.

My PC specs.
Intel Centrino Mobile, 1.70 Ghz
Intel 885 Motherboard
DDR1 1.25 GB RAM
Transcend USB DVD-RAM Drive
SoundMax High Definition Audio
Hitachi 500GB USB HDD, 40 GB Internal
Hello,

ndis.sys is a Windows networking driver. An error of that might indicate a problem with your network adapter. Look on the front of side of your laptop; see if there is a switch to disable the wireless card. If there is, try turning it off, and see what happens.

If the problem persists after that, try testing the RAM and hard drive.

For RAM, see this guide: RAM - Test with Memtest86+

For hard drive, use the DOS version of SeaTools.
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13 Dec 2010   #3

Windows 7 - 32 bit
 
 
Solution

Thanks a ton.
i went to the BIOS and disabled the wireless network card and the problem seems to have gone.
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13 Dec 2010   #4

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 

Great, glad to hear it.

If you need any recommendations on a new wireless card, we'll be happy to take a look. Let us know!
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