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Windows 7: Tutorial quick reference list for Installing Windows 7

08 Mar 2012   #31

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08 Dec 2012   #32

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nice
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08 Dec 2012   #33

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24 Mar 2014   #34

Windows XP Pro sp3
 
 

I ran Windows 7 upgrade advisor and it tells me I can install Windows 7 64 bit. However, when I attempt to install, immediately after 'Loading System files...' I get the message 'Attempting to load a 64 bit Operating System, but the CPU can only handle 32 Bit Operating Systems'. My computer is a Dell Latitude D620 Laptop. My hard drive is 80 gb with more than 50 gb free. It's currently running Win XP Pro. What I have done so far (based on reading in this forum) is: F2 during startup and enabled virtualization. In addition, I installed 4 gb ram. But it still won't install. Hopefully someone out there on this forum can help. I'm pretty low tech, so be patient. Andy
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25 Apr 2014   #35

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 

Hello everyone,

I'm trying to do something that I've seen before but I have no idea how it was done. I work in IT, and we have Windows 7 Professional SP1 installation disks. Some computers have x86, others are x64. I've seen it so that you can combine them into 1 big installation bundle where it prompts you to choose either x86 or x64 during the initial setup phase, much like it would ask you which version of Windows do you want to install and it lists out all of the available versions.

Does anyone know how to make this a reality? I've looked and looked and still no such luck.

Thanks!
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25 Apr 2014   #36

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Windows 7 Pro 64 SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by certified View Post
Hello everyone,

I'm trying to do something that I've seen before but I have no idea how it was done. I work in IT, and we have Windows 7 Professional SP1 installation disks. Some computers have x86, others are x64. I've seen it so that you can combine them into 1 big installation bundle where it prompts you to choose either x86 or x64 during the initial setup phase, much like it would ask you which version of Windows do you want to install and it lists out all of the available versions.

Does anyone know how to make this a reality? I've looked and looked and still no such luck.

Thanks!
This should help you with that,

Windows 7 Universal Installation Disc - Create
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30 Apr 2014   #37

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

I downloaded the iso from you forum site X17-24395 and burned to to a DVD. I am doing a clean install. When I start my PC with the media it makes it to the part where Windows is expanding the files and I get the following error:
Windows cannot install the required files. The file may be corrupt or missing. Make sure all files required for installation are available, and restart the installation. Error code: 0x80070570
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