Update your Win 7 installation media


  1. Posts : 21
    windows 7 pro 64bit
       #1421

    Thank you SIW2
    ISO is modified now I will install the Nvme
    This SSD HDD is hanging every time I shut down.

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    I am getting no where with this. I can not get the NVMe to show from within windows so there is no option to install from the SSD modified install media. I have tried to create USB media with boot success but still no NVME to install to. I must note The drive is mounted in the onboard NVMe slot. IT shows in the BIOS
    The win7 media says no signed drivers regardless of where I point it. I have SIW2 drivers installed on two ssd drives nether will see the NVMe
    Nor will any of my modified media copies done with 7UPv64p
    I have one more option I have a new PCIe NVMe adapter card. If you think the system will see it if installled there.
    This whole things is on the recent install of a Jingsha micro ITX system

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    I tried to get raw NVME drivers from PNY that is the maker of this NVMe its a PNY 1TB PCIe Gen3 X4
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  2. Posts : 16,245
    7 X64
    Thread Starter
       #1422

    That is because of your weird Frankenstein motherboard.

    Don't discuss it on this thread

    Discuss it over there The Board Name is Jingsha H61S

    Or start an entirely new thread about your adventures with the monster motherboard.

    EDIT: if anybody is interested the monster motherboard thread is here:

    pjlucky said:
    I have now succeeded to install Win7 to the dang NVMe
    What I used in the end was the USB created from the original 7UPv64P
    unable to get win7 onto new system
    Last edited by SIW2; 27 Dec 2023 at 14:36.
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  3. Posts : 3
    windows 7 pro x64
       #1423

    still having issue with nvme despite fully updating installation media


    I still can't install, it keeps telling me to load drivers. I've updated the installation media with all possible drivers and updates related to nvme that I could find in this and other threads. Any clue how to continue? I'm on a Thinkpad L14 gen 2, intel i5 13th generation.

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    temporary69 said:
    I still can't install, it keeps telling me to load drivers. I've updated the installation media with all possible drivers and updates related to nvme that I could find in this and other threads. Any clue how to continue? I'm on a Thinkpad L14 gen 2, intel i5 13th generation.
    when I try to boot it from the usb, it freezes on the windows logo. this shouldn't be happening since I have all required nvme drivers. Guess I'll just use windows 10 then (instead of preinstalled 11)
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  4. Posts : 16,245
    7 X64
    Thread Starter
       #1424

    intel i5 13th generation
    there arent the vmd/irst drivers for win7 on some 11/12/13/14 gen intel oem machines. What options do you have in bios ?

    https://www.dell.com/support/kbdoc/e...0-installation
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  5. Posts : 3
    windows 7 pro x64
       #1425

    SIW2 said:
    there arent the vmd/irst drivers for win7 on some 11/12/13/14 gen intel oem machines. What options do you have in bios ?

    https://www.dell.com/support/kbdoc/e...0-installation
    I don't have any options related to that on my BIOS. Secure boot is disabled btw.

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    would I have a better luck with an amd laptop? man, I knew I shouldn't have gone with intel. guess I'll return this. any suggestions on amd laptops that can handle windows 7?
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  6. Posts : 16,245
    7 X64
    Thread Starter
       #1426

    would I have a better luck with an amd laptop?
    Ask at win raid forum. Canonkong does amd a lot, he uses desktops but he might know what is feasible for laptops.
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  7. Posts : 3
    windows 7 pro x64
       #1427

    SIW2 said:
    Ask at win raid forum. Canonkong does amd a lot, he uses desktops but he might know what is feasible for laptops.
    I use desktop too of course. But I've been wanting a laptop for when I'm not at home or when I need to change my modem settings (which isn't located in my room). But this Thinkpad sucks. Instead of something repairable like you would expect, you get a machine that you can't even open. Legitimaly feels like I have an apple device with just how hard it is to open it. Decided not to try any further so I don't damage it.

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    Anyway. This tool is pretty nice. Will use it to install windows 7 to my laptop as the updated ISO I had is giving me errors for some reason.
    Only issue I had with it is that it sometimes has a "press any key to continue" type thing but without the prompt. So it just appears frozen until you press a key.
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  8. Posts : 739
    Windows 7 Professional SP1 64-bit
       #1428

    I use the 7UPv64P tool(current version) with Simplix UpdatePack7R2 and its needed add-ons(current versions) every month to create a new Windows 7 Professional SP1 63-bit install disc.

    If I need to do a clean install in a computer, all I need to do afterwards is install the needed device drivers, then configure its settings and features, then install its needed third-party apps.

    From start to finish, it takes about 5 - 6 hours.
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  9. Posts : 739
    Windows 7 Professional SP1 64-bit
       #1429

    SIW2:
    Because it's been 4 months since its release, will there be a new version coming out for the 7UPv64P tool?
    The current version works fine for me in creating a new Windows 7 up-to-date install disc every month after "patch Tuesday", but I thought I'd ask anyway.
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  10. Posts : 16,245
    7 X64
    Thread Starter
       #1430

    The current version works fine
    theres the answer.
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