How to install Window 7 on SSD eMMC

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  1. Posts : 13
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    How to install Window 7 on SSD eMMC


    Hi,

    Windows setup said that there is no drive in your system is there any specific driver I need to load for this drive (eMMC SSD). Many threads say windows 7 is not compatible with eMMC but I had use windows 7 in it.

    I have fujitsu docomo f-07c and its windows is got corrupted. I need to install fresh copy of windows. During windows setup where it asks "where to install" it states there is no drive. unable to perform repair too.

    I have tried many solutions like go to cmd in repair mode and open diskpart and the clean volumes but in diskpart it didn't show the drive and there are other solutions that get into bios and change things but I am also unable to open BIOS. I have tried all keys but it didn't open BIOS just f-12 option works for boot device.

    Any helpful replies will be highly appreciated.

    Thanks
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  2. Posts : 246
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    What is eMMC | Datalight
    That's something that I learnt now.
    If were using that earlier, then it would definitely have a driver somewhere on Internet.
    Knowing the Hardware Id could help.
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  4. Posts : 11,408
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    Are you using the Fujitsu Windows 7 phone disk?
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  5. Posts : 13
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    gregrocker said:
    I am unable to follow these steps,

    Boot into BIOS setup - unable to open bios, mentioned above. ( I have read many solutions like get into bios and disable RAID or change the mode of hard drive but since when I bought it there is no way I can get into its BIOS)

    UEFI (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface) - Install Windows 7 with - it is only for 64bit version the device supports 32 bit operating system

    download the latest official ISO for your licensed version - unable to find it on internet.

    Diskpart. Diskpart commands only shows The USB drive via which I am booting and a memory card which is present in the card slot. It dose not show 32GB SSD
    . (Hirens Boot CD detects that drive (eMMC SSD) and all HDD tests results are positive there is no bad sector nothing)
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  6. Posts : 13
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    theog said:
    Are you using the Fujitsu Windows 7 phone disk?
    Please explain a little further sir, PHONE DISK???

    The Fujitsu docomo f-07c loox has built in eMMC SSD in which windows is installed which got corrupted. When I run setup of windows 7. The setup detects all removable media like USB from which I am booting and SD card inside f-07c card slot but it didn't/detects its SSD drive
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  7. Posts : 11,408
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    Sounds like you not using Fujitsu Windows 7 phone Recovery disk, the disk you are using may not have the hardware drivers neened to reinstall.
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  8. Posts : 13
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    theog said:
    Sounds like you not using Fujitsu Windows 7 phone Recovery disk, the disk you are using may not have the hardware drivers neened to reinstall.
    Since the windows is corrupted when it starts it automatically gets to STARTUP REPAIR. In startup repair it shows drives. Then I go to system restore and in system restore it shows an image and I am unable to repair from it too. I guess it is corrupted too. And when I got the unit the windows was in japanees I have changed it. But in repair mode everything is in japanees so it is very hard to understand.

    If Windows Repair Disk is something else then kindly tell me how I can access it.

    Sorry I am Noob so it is hard to understand terms

    Thanks
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  9. Posts : 13
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    @Gregrocker

    Sorry I didn't mentioned it earlier that it is Windows Phone. Well it behaves just like normal windows I installed all same stuff I installed in my laptop windows so I thought that the installation behaviour would be same too that is why I thought that mentioning is not necessary
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  10.    #10

    I would not use the standard installation workarounds on a phone. We don't really support phones here so I would contact the manufacturer for that support or rely on the Manual on the phone's Support Downloads webpage. You might also find information on reinstall by asking Google which holds all of the world's knowledge if you ask the question correctly.
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