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Windows 7: Built in mechanism to check files during installation?

25 Aug 2009   #1
ben07

Windows 7 Pro x64 RTM
 
 
Built in mechanism to check files during installation?

Is there any built in mechanism in Windows 7 during the fresh installation that all files are copied successfully from DVD to hard drive? or as long as Windows 7 completes the installation no matter how fast/slow it takes, one can assumed that all files are copied successfully?

Mine took about 25 mins, but during the installation lots of long pauses while reading/copying files from my 4X DVR+RW to hard drive as if Windows couldn't find files or constantly waiting from the rewritable 4X DVR+RW), but it eventually competed the installation in 25 mins none the less without giving out any error messages.

Thanks.


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25 Aug 2009   #2
Snufffed

 

you might try
cmd sfc /scannow it checks for any corrupt system files.
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25 Aug 2009   #3
ben07

Windows 7 Pro x64 RTM
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Snuffy View Post
you might try
cmd sfc /scannow it checks for any corrupt system files.
Will do, thanks Snuffy!
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