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Windows 7: error 0x80070570 and 0x15 (Missing boot Manager)

29 Nov 2009   #11
LoRdZeRo

Windows 7
 
 

#1 i already removed 1 memory

#2 i have tested memory with this tool you told me about it but with older version (2.11) and after long time the test stop and it freeze the computer

#3 I remember that I have hirens bootCD I tried to boot from this cd and it successfully booted and i do memory test from it now

i dont know why it takes long time 6 hours and don't finish yet !!

#4 btw i have external hard disk so the first step i will try (after this boring memory test) to copy iso files on it and boot from it if the error still exist i will try to install win7 on this external hdd but i don't know if i can do it
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What is the reason that you have installed Windows 7 'many times before on the same computer'?
Are having problems with the installation or with Windows 7 after it's installed?
actuality there is no any problem the only reason is just trying between 32bit and 64bit also because i tried some c r a c k s and some time it damage the windows files but every time i format hdd and install win7 again i don't face any errors except the last time since i installed some old games like "conquer" and "Air Rivals" Which I think those games are not compatible with Windows seven so from this day i face alot of errors and blue screens also this 0x80070570 error & missing boot manager when trying to reinstall windows
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This could be due to the ISO file or how you burned it to DVD.
i don't think so because as i told u before i install win7 many times from this DVD but anyway some time a small thing make big problems so i will try to burn ISO to DVD with other program and minimum speed

emmm i know that i have talked too much so i apologize for this thing


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30 Nov 2009   #12
gregrocker
Microsoft MVP

 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by LoRdZeRo View Post
actuality there is no any problem the only reason is just trying between 32bit and 64bit also because i tried some c r a c k s and some time it damage the windows files but every time i format hdd and install win7 again
You need to get a legal copy of Windows 7.

In the meantime, you can download the 90 day trial MS is offering of Win7 Enterprise, which is an activated full retail version.

You should be able to find an affordable deal in 90 days. If you wait 10 days to activate, it will make it 100 days.

Save a dollar/euro per day and buy a full retail version then. Student versions are only $30, so date a student (unless your wife objects).

I would zero my HD with DBAN first as those cracks are nasty, and they rarely hold.
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30 Nov 2009   #13
LoRdZeRo

Windows 7
 
 

hi gregrocker

I do not want to depart from the context of the topic and With all due respect to you but really i don't know what is your problem with me

in your first reply you told me "there is a lot of topics about this problem and try to search in google" then u give me funny solution so in your opinion if i found the solution on the internet will i wrote this topic :), and now u told me " you need to get legal copy of windows 7 !!!

i have my own forum and i know the rules also i'm not this guy who like to use
illegal copies i have Windows 98,ME,2000,XP,Vista legal copies but every time i use illegal copies before buying the legal one except one time when Windows Vista released after that i regretted for buying it ,i know there is legal copies with time limit but other point i don't like to use any limited thing :)

anyway i don't know why u told me that i must to get legal copy you know this problem is not related to if the copy is legal or not !!

if you can help me please do it because really i need help

I hope my words may not be teased and I apologize if my English is poor :)

best regards,
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30 Nov 2009   #14
gregrocker
Microsoft MVP

 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by LoRdZeRo View Post
hi gregrocker

I do not want to depart from the context of the topic and With all due respect to you but really i don't know what is your problem with me

in your first reply you told me "there is a lot of topics about this problem and try to search in google" then u give me funny solution so in your opinion if i found the solution on the internet will i wrote this topic :), and now u told me " you need to get legal copy of windows 7 !!!
I did not make any earlier reply to your thread. Someone else suggested Google. I always try to do the Google searches for people myself to get to the info they need.

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by LoRdZeRo View Post
i have my own forum and i know the rules also i'm not this guy who like to use
illegal copies i have Windows 98,ME,2000,XP,Vista legal copies but every time i use illegal copies before buying the legal one except one time when Windows Vista released after that i regretted for buying it ,i know there is legal copies with time limit but other point i don't like to use any limited thing :)
I was reacting to your comment that you are running cracks. Knowing that the mods may soon be shutting down the thread as a result, I was trying to be helpful to let you know how to get a legal activated trial copy from MS, since you yourself say now that you are using illegal copies to test the OS because you were disappointed with Vista.

As far as helping you with the original problem, I thought I did: the problem is most likely the cracks, requiring you to reinstall repeatedly. They are sometimes virulent and never stable or long-lasting.
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30 Nov 2009   #15
LoRdZeRo

Windows 7
 
 



I Apologize for this, I did not differentiate between you and another person

i think this happens because i'm very angry because I do not find any solution yet and i don't know from where this problem comes , is it form memory or hdd or bios i don't know !!!

you know something i don't want to use win 7 any more actually i hated everything about Vista and seven just i want return to win xp but also i can't install it
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