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Windows 7: Trouble, W7 install stopping

14 Jul 2009   #21


I had such issue too. Bumping a bit voltages on CPU, SB and NB helped on my rig. I donno why

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14 Jul 2009   #22


Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Growski View Post
I have now tried to start the install with just 2 GB RAM without any result. Also tried starting the install with another hard drive (WD Velociraptor 150gb). No result yet.

What could it be?
You have no such problems with an XP installation disk? What happens with one of those? Or some other bootable like FreeDOS or such?

Whatever the problem is seems to be at a very basic level.
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14 Jul 2009   #23

Windows 7 7127 x64

Whoa, your right, disabling the legacy floppy setting in the bios fixed the problem.
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14 Jul 2009   #24

Windows 7 (x64)

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by consume View Post
Whoa, your right, disabling the legacy floppy setting in the bios fixed the problem.
Good to hear Glad i could help I just wish it was discovered earlier but oh well now we know.
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15 Jul 2009   #25

Windows XP Home SP3

Hey there. Today I downloaded a new ISO and tried turning the legacy floppy setting off and it all worked. Typing this from a fully functional W7 build 7264.

Thank you all for the help, guys. Very VERY appreciated.
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