|19 Sep 2012||#1|
Win7 64 bit clean install error. unable to create system partition.
I had 32 bit win7 home premium provided by OEM. Recently I purchased win7 professional 64 bit in order to increase my memory.(My system is 64 bit capable) I followed . I am using USB for installation. I booted the system with USB. Then at disk manager I deleted all the partitions(including recovery ) Then I refreshed and click next and I got an error saying setup unable to create system partition. I also tried diskpart clean. Still no hope. So I am stuck with a formated laptop. Want to get this working soon. Can anyone of you kindly enlighten me on this issue.
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|20 Sep 2012||#10|
Is there a chance the ISO you downloaded is corrupt? Try downloading it again from this site:
Download Windows 7 ISO (Official 32-bit and 64-bit Direct Download Links) « My Digital Life
And then burning it at no more than 4x speed to a DVD for installation using this tool:
The Official ImgBurn Website
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