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Windows 7: Installation stops during Completing Installation step


15 Sep 2009   #11

windows xp but want windows 7
 
 

I have also tried to let it run over night and nothing hapend. How do you clear the cmos, Set it to default settings?


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15 Sep 2009   #12

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ZeuZSVB View Post
I have the same problem. Ive been trying to install Win 7 since the early beta days but every time its the same problem, when it needs to reboot for the second time it just hangs at the windows logo. My computer is a bamboo (no brand) Its a intel dual core 2.66 with a ati x1600 card and 2 gb ram. i have tried clean installs and upgrades with the same result. hope any one can help us
zeuz

have you run the upgrade advisor to make sure your computer has the minimum requirements?
99% of the time failed installs result from a badly burned ISO. where did you download the win 7 image from and how did you burn it? what app did you use to burn it? and did you burn the ISO file or drag and drop the folders?

Ken
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15 Sep 2009   #13

windows xp but want windows 7
 
 

have you run the upgrade advisor to make sure your computer has the minimum requirements?
99% of the time failed installs result from a badly burned ISO. where did you download the win 7 image from and how did you burn it? what app did you use to burn it? and did you burn the ISO file or drag and drop the folders?

Ken[/QUOTE]

Yes i did and it was all ok. i have tried 3 or 4 different releases and burned the dvd a lot of times i use imgburn i normally burn at 2,4 speed but have also done it with higher speeds same problem.
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15 Sep 2009   #14

Windows 7 x64 finally!
 
 

Zeuz, I see your HD configuration is: 3 Sata And 1 Ide 2X250Gb 1X500GB 1X1.5TB
Are the 2x250Gb in Raid? Is the Mobo configuration compatible with your HDDs config?
Also, have you tried to install using only one HD connected? That might not be a permanent solution, since you want to use the other drives, but you coudl come closer to the root of the problem
Can you find your Mobo's brand / model?
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15 Sep 2009   #15

windows xp but want windows 7
 
 

I only install with one harddisk connected. and no dont have any raid my motherbord is a Asrock 775XFire-eSATA2.
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15 Sep 2009   #16

 

I ran the Windows 7 tool and it said it would work on my laptop. I have used the same copy of Windows 7 RC I got from Microsoft and burned the iso using Nero to install on another laptop and was successful on it.
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15 Sep 2009   #17

 

It looks like I have solved my problem. I disconnected the Ethernet connection. I went into the Bios and set it to default, saved it and started the install process. During the install process I told it I did not want it to check for updates during the install. It completed the install then. After booting up and getting connected to the Internet it is now downloading updates.
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15 Sep 2009   #18

64-bit Windows 8.1 Pro
 
 

Good Job .. another satisfied customer!!
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15 Sep 2009   #19

 

I did some more experimenting and it seems that unplugging the Ethernet connection is the key.
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16 Sep 2009   #20

windows xp but want windows 7
 
 

Ok i will try that to and get back to you, im not sure if it was pluged in but will give it a try
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