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Windows 7: Is ISO ok?

06 Jul 2009   #1
Pepc619

Windows Xp 32 bit, Windows 7 next week :P
 
 
Is ISO ok?

Hey guys, since i'll get new pc this week i'll also install new OS. It will be Windows 7 7264.

I was just testing a bit the ISO I downloaded with Power Iso and I'm just wondering if it is supposed to do that when I click on setup.exe. I always thought that there was some kind of autorun window supposed to show up.

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Is that ok? It probably works just with boot install right?




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06 Jul 2009   #2
DarkXeno

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 

It looks like it might be a corrupt ISO or burn, its hard to say from just the pic. Did you burn the image to a DVD at the lowest speed and check the verify data option?
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06 Jul 2009   #3
nbfiore

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit
 
 

Is your 7 ISO 64 or 32bit? I thought I read somewhere that you cant do a 32 to 64 bit upgrade? maybe thats the problem? If so then doing a clean install from boot would probably not be a problem.
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06 Jul 2009   #4
copernicus

7264x64/7260x86
 
 

Looks like you download the 64 bit iso.
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06 Jul 2009   #5
masterB

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by copernicus View Post
Looks like you download the 64 bit iso.
... and your system supports only 32-bit.
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06 Jul 2009   #6
Frostbite

 

From his info of CPU (Intel i7 920 D0 @ 3,5 ghz) I would say corrupt file. Maybe also the ISO file you burnt from.
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06 Jul 2009   #7
Azural

Windows 7 Build 7229 x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by masterB View Post
... and your system supports only 32-bit.
His system should support a x64 OS fine. It's not letting him run the setup.exe because he's currently using a 32 bit OS and you can't run x64 applications on a x86 OS.

Or that may have been what you meant by 'system'.


Edit: And yes, it should work fine with a boot install.
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06 Jul 2009   #8
masterB

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 

Oh, sorry I did not look at your system specs b4.
You have x64 version of W7 and because you running XP 32 bit you get that error.
Just burn the ISO to a DVD and do a clean install(on a new partition if you want to keep XP in dual boot).
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06 Jul 2009   #9
Pepc619

Windows Xp 32 bit, Windows 7 next week :P
 
 

No no no LOL.
I don't have this PC that I have in my system specs yet. I'm getting this PC in Friday. Right now I have Pentium 4 1,8 ghz 32 bit yep.

So everything is alright and I can burn that 64x image on dvd for new system?

That ISO that is on the picture is mounted on fake drive with program Power ISO.
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06 Jul 2009   #10
Azural

Windows 7 Build 7229 x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Pepc619 View Post
No no no LOL.
I don't have this PC that I have in my system specs yet. I'm getting this PC in Friday. Right now I have Pentium 4 1,8 ghz 32 bit yep.

So everything is alright and I can burn that 64x image on dvd for new system?
Right.

You can always burn it now and boot into the install on your current system if you want to test it. Just don't go any further than the partition selection stage.
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