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Windows 7: Problems installing Windows 7

26 Dec 2010   #1
Spifkie

Trying to install "Windows 7 Ultimate x64"
 
 
Problems installing Windows 7

Hey everyone!

First of all i would apologize for my bad english, Im from holland.

So i recently got a new desktop computer for christmas, A very big upgrade from my last one so rushing as we all would. Out of the box and connect all the cables, All nice and well. You would think ey? As soon as i started in i inserted my Windows 7 Ultimate x64 disc, And set the boot options to boot from CD/DVD drive first. So i reboot and it loads up the installer just fine, Setting the language, Keyboard input language, Etc. So it starts and installs just fine, And when its done, It has to reboot the computer to finish the installation. Everything just fine so far, But when it got back to the installer, Poof.
Blue screen of death, Well ofcourse i give it another go.
But this time i make it all the way into windows, So i go ahead and install drivers and everything, Quick reboot in between. But once again, Blue screen of death.
And this keeps on happening after installing, But it now even happens while it is installing.
So it goes from bad to worse, Now i cant even boot it at all.
But sometimes (If i even manage to get it up to windows, After a succesfull install) I can just use Everything just fine, But when i reboot nothing works anymore.
So if anyone of you could assist me, That would be AWESOME.

Regards
Spifkie


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26 Dec 2010   #3
Spifkie

Trying to install "Windows 7 Ultimate x64"
 
 
Still no luck

I have seen most of those links already, To bad without any luck.
I am now attempting a few fixes, And i will report back with the results.
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26 Dec 2010   #4
Hopalong X

Windows7 Pro 64bit SP-1; Windows XP Pro 32bit
 
 

Quote:
And set the boot options to boot from CD/DVD drive first. So i reboot and it loads up the installer just fine, Setting the language, Keyboard input language, Etc. So it starts and installs just fine, And when its done, It has to reboot the computer to finish the installation. Everything just fine so far, But when it got back to the installer, Poof.
You have to pull the Windows disk from the CD drawer after it starts reboot but before the bios reboots to the CD.
As soon as reboot starts push button on CD drawer to eject. Grab disk before drawer closes.
At this point disk is no longer needed. Put it back in the package.

You may have to reinstall or do a repair install. Repair Install

Repair install same thing when it goes to reboot pull the disk.

If you are doing this already fine. Your posting indicated to me maybe you were not doing this. I was not sure.

Mike
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26 Dec 2010   #5
Spifkie

Trying to install "Windows 7 Ultimate x64"
 
 

I am going to try that right now Hopalong X
So i format my old install, Do a fresh one, And when its going to reboot to complete the installation i can pull it out?
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26 Dec 2010   #6
Hopalong X

Windows7 Pro 64bit SP-1; Windows XP Pro 32bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Spifkie View Post
I am going to try that right now Hopalong X
So i format my old install, Do a fresh one, And when its going to reboot to complete the installation i can pull it out?
That would probably be best to straighten things out.

If you leave the disk in starts to reinstall which messes the first install up.

So format as if you never did the first install and when it says it will reboot now... hit the eject button. You will have time to remove disk but not much.

Then you can get your drivers installed etc.

Have fun and good luck.
Mike
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26 Dec 2010   #7
Golden
Microsoft MVP

Windows 7 Ult. x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Spifkie View Post
First of all i would apologize for my bad english, Im from holland.
Hi,

Well in my experience the Dutch speak better English than the native English speakers do, so welcome!

I think Hopolong is quite correct : its trying to reinstall again, and perhaps confusing itself. Follow his advice and we take it from there.

Astublief.
Golden
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26 Dec 2010   #8
derekimo

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Win 10 Pro x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Spifkie View Post
Hey everyone!

First of all i would apologize for my bad english, Im from holland.

So i recently got a new desktop computer for christmas, A very big upgrade from my last one so rushing as we all would. Out of the box and connect all the cables, All nice and well. You would think ey? As soon as i started in i inserted my Windows 7 Ultimate x64 disc, And set the boot options to boot from CD/DVD drive first. So i reboot and it loads up the installer just fine, Setting the language, Keyboard input language, Etc. So it starts and installs just fine, And when its done, It has to reboot the computer to finish the installation. Everything just fine so far, But when it got back to the installer, Poof.
Blue screen of death, Well ofcourse i give it another go.
But this time i make it all the way into windows, So i go ahead and install drivers and everything, Quick reboot in between. But once again, Blue screen of death.
And this keeps on happening after installing, But it now even happens while it is installing.
So it goes from bad to worse, Now i cant even boot it at all.
But sometimes (If i even manage to get it up to windows, After a succesfull install) I can just use Everything just fine, But when i reboot nothing works anymore.
So if anyone of you could assist me, That would be AWESOME.

Regards
Spifkie
I am guessing something else is going on here to give you BSOD's, if you can get to them, uploading your dump files would help too.

https://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials...en-forums.html
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26 Dec 2010   #9
Spifkie

Trying to install "Windows 7 Ultimate x64"
 
 

@derekimoo
Hmm if that would be the case, I would have to go and contact my seller

@Hopalong x and Golden
Thank you i will try that right now!
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26 Dec 2010   #10
derekimo

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Win 10 Pro x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Spifkie View Post
@derekimoo
Hmm if that would be the case, I would have to go and contact my seller
All I'm saying is a BSOD is happening for some reason, and if you can access your dump files they can be examined here for possible causes.

Hopefully your next install goes smoothly.
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