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Windows 7: Windows 7 Problem - Restart after "Install" button :(

27 Jul 2009   #1
kuci06

 
 
Windows 7 Problem - Restart after "Install" button :(

So... the problem is, when I try to install Win 7, the installer keeps restarting, when I press the Install button at the beginning.

The version is 7600 RTM, x86.

My prev OS is Win XP x86, but i want to do a full format-> install, so dunno if this matters...


Can somebody help me? My old OS is on its last days, you know, tons of BSODs, slowdows, error windows So it would be really great if I could finally do a reinstall.

Thanks in advance.


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27 Jul 2009   #2
kuci06

 
 

anyone?

this restarting thing is killing me, cant figure out whats the problem.
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27 Jul 2009   #3
Tews

64-bit Windows 8.1 Pro
 
 

We need more information b4 we can decide where the problem is..
1) Fill out your system specs
2) Are you installing from a disk, or directly from extracted files

"... We need more data Will Robinson.."
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27 Jul 2009   #4
kuci06

 
 

From disk. Ive got only one disc drive

specs:
AMD Athlon 64 X2 4400+
Geforce 8500GT 512MB
2 GB Ram

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27 Jul 2009   #5
kuci06

 
 

Ok, tried something out:
When there is the install button, you can click on "repair your pc" too

If I click on it, it starts loading something for a couple seconds, then restarts, just like before

I just dont get it... I already installed it to another PC, and it was working perfectly. Got it up in 15 minutes.

But with this computer, just to load up the first screen (where you choose the language) takes up 6-7 minutes.

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28 Jul 2009   #6
zigzag3143

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by kuci06 View Post
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Kuci

Many hours ago someone asked you to fill out your system specs completely. They are located in your user control panel. what we need is make model, ram, video card, OS (32 bit or 64), etc. we also need where you got your ISO how you burned it. specifically what happens etc. we cant help you if you dont help yourself

waiting on info

Ken
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28 Jul 2009   #7
kuci06

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by zigzag3143 View Post
Kuci

Many hours ago someone asked you to fill out your system specs completely. They are located in your user control panel. what we need is make model, ram, video card, OS (32 bit or 64), etc. we also need where you got your ISO how you burned it. specifically what happens etc. we cant help you if you dont help yourself

waiting on info

Ken
specs:
AMD Athlon 64 X2 4400+
Geforce 8500GT 512MB
2 GB Ram
32 bit OS
ISO is from torrent, burned with Nero 8, 8x speed (the disc is working)
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28 Jul 2009   #8
zigzag3143

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

how do yoou know the disk is working?

k
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28 Jul 2009   #9
Tews

64-bit Windows 8.1 Pro
 
 

Your processors are 64bit, so I would start by getting the 64bit version of Win7. If you are going to burn it to a DVD, burn it at 4x if possible. If you prefer, extract it to a spare drive/partition or thumb drive and run the setup.exe program from there.

From the way you describe your problem, and the fact that it always happens at the same point of the install, that you have a bad disk. I would suggest extracting the files and install it that way. I have used this method for years with no problems.

Let us know what happens...
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28 Jul 2009   #10
zigzag3143

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

Nero 8 may well be your problem and burning at a slower speed may also help.

Ken
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