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Windows 7: BSOD Windows 7 RC 7100 x64 at Clean Install

12 May 2009   #31

Windows Vista Business
Can u Please say how you did that..?

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by davehc View Post
Well.I now have everything installed again. Windows 7 fully customised. No problems. So, hopefully, it just scrwed up one small, but important file, during the initial install.
Hi davehc,
Can u please say us how u solved the issue (said somehow u dumped the files..But how..?).

We guys are eagerly waiting to use Windows 7 RC..!

Hilbert V

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14 May 2009   #32


I had the same problem, but found the below description. I hope you can use it. It seem to be the PCI-E card that is causing this.
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16 May 2009   #33

Windows 7


I did it! Forget all the stuff and install build 7127! The bug was solved by MS.
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17 May 2009   #34

Windows 7 build 7229 x86

Yep, same here build 7127 installed and works flawlessly!
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26 May 2009   #35

Windows Vista Business
BSoD in Win 7 RC - Not a Problem..!

Hi Friends,

The BSoD issue is actually not a problem in the official Windows 7 RC Ultimate.

The problem was due to the use of a different version - Windows 7 RC Checked/Build.

For more details read my blog post on the same.

Guy using build 7127 please don't fail to read as I have included details on build 7127 too.
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