|03 Sep 2011||#1|
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Cant Install Windows 7 On Sony Vaio NS110E
Im Trying To Install Clean Windows 7 On My Sony Vaio NS110E
And I Get Erorr 0x080070570 During The Installation
What Can I Do?
I Format My Entire Hard Disc Included The Recovery Partition
I Creat 1 Partition Of 160gb And Try To Install The Windows There
But I Keep Get This Error All The Time
Please Help Me
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|04 Sep 2011||#4|
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According to the snip you posted, you're trying in VMware and that is not a clean install as starters have a look through this first tutorial linked below then the second for other ideas.
Clean Install : Factory COA Activation Key
1) To rule out HDD Master Boot Record format errors, boot the Windows 7 installation media to diskpart and run the clean command, it takes only seconds to complete; once the clean finishes, exit diskpart and use the Windows 7 installer to create and format a single 100GB partition for the installation.
If that doesn't work, after another clean, use diskpart to create, format and mark Active a single 100GB partition to see if that works, use Step Two #2 in the SSD/HDD tutorial for reference.
You can always extend the Windows partition to include the remaining unallocated space on the HDD / SSD or create additional Primary partitions or an Extended partition after the installation completes if you choose.
2) If you have ever had Linux installed to the HDD in any way, a simple clean command will not over-write the Grub boot-loader, you must use the full clean all command to completely over-write the Grub loader so Windows will install.
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