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Windows 7: [help] windows instal problems

24 Jun 2010   #1
makanteman

windows 7 ultimate 64 bit
 
 
[help] windows instal problems

hi

i just bought windows 7 ultimate

my problem is

when copying files it's done well
but when the windows expanding it files. it take a very long time +/- 6 hours and it's failed to installed, can someone help me to solve this problem? thx


My System SpecsSystem Spec
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24 Jun 2010   #2
baarod

El Capitan / Windows 10
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by makanteman View Post
hi

i just bought windows 7 ultimate

my problem is

when copying files it's done well
but when the windows expanding it files. it take a very long time +/- 6 hours, can someone help me to solve this problem? thx
Fill out your system specs please. Then try a flat install from within your current Windows environment:


1. Insert the Windows 7 installation disk.

2. Start Windows Explorer.

3. In Windows Explorer, click to select the drive for the Windows 7 installation disk.

4. In the Edit menu, click Select All.

5. In the Edit menu, click Copy.

6. Click to select the hard drive that you want to contain the flat installation files.

7. In the File menu, point to New, click Folder, type Windows 7 Setup, and then press ENTER.

8. Double-click Windows 7 Setup, and then click Paste in the Edit menu.

9. Double-click Setup.exe, and then follow the instructions that appear.
My System SpecsSystem Spec
24 Jun 2010   #3
ryo

 
 

refer to baarod. fill your system spec.

The first thing to do when registering with our forum (especially if you have an issue you want assistance with) is to fill out your system specs. This allows our knowledgeable members to assist you better with your issue. It is very simple to do: please follow these steps below

First click on UserCP


Next click on Edit System Spec


Now you will see various fields for different types of hardware. Don't worry if you have no idea what kind of hardware it is asking for or the brand you have as I will explain how to get Windows to list it for you. For now keep that window open

Now click on start and type msinfo32.exe in the search field and press enter

Now you should have a window resembling mine below


With this information in hand lets start to fill out the specs

System Manufacture/Model Number
As you see in my screen shot I have no listing due to my laptop being a custom build (I made it myself). For most people out there usually this will list a name brand like Dell and a model like 1525.



OS
OS or Operating System for short is the main program that drive's your computer...notable example here being the Windows Operating System developed by Microsoft Corporation. Notice that I am running Windows 7 Ultimate x64



CPU
CPU or Central Processing Unit (Processor) is the brain of the computer. Notice that I have an Intel Core 2 Duo T9300 2.5GHz



Motherboard
The motherboard is where all the hardware parts of the computer are connected to. Mine is a custom build JFT02

Memory
Memory is what allows applications to run on your computer. The more memory you have the faster an application start. I have 4GB of Memory



Graphics Card(s)
A graphics card/cards allow the computer to display an image to a monitor and allow you to play games. Notice I have a NVIDIA 8600M GT 512MB



Sound Card(s)
A sound card/cards allow the computer to play sound. Notice I have an HD Audio Device



Screen Resolution
This is the output measurement of the image being displayed by your monitor. Mine is 1680*1050



Hard Drives
Hard Drives are the primary storage of the computer (think of how this relates to a stomach on a human being). This is where your documents/music/photos/videos are located. Notice mine is a Seagate 7200RPM 120GB

My System SpecsSystem Spec
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24 Jun 2010   #4
makanteman

windows 7 ultimate 64 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ryo View Post
refer to baarod. fill your system spec.

The first thing to do when registering with our forum (especially if you have an issue you want assistance with) is to fill out your system specs. This allows our knowledgeable members to assist you better with your issue. It is very simple to do: please follow these steps below

First click on UserCP


Next click on Edit System Spec


Now you will see various fields for different types of hardware. Don't worry if you have no idea what kind of hardware it is asking for or the brand you have as I will explain how to get Windows to list it for you. For now keep that window open

Now click on start and type msinfo32.exe in the search field and press enter

Now you should have a window resembling mine below


With this information in hand lets start to fill out the specs

System Manufacture/Model Number
As you see in my screen shot I have no listing due to my laptop being a custom build (I made it myself). For most people out there usually this will list a name brand like Dell and a model like 1525.



OS
OS or Operating System for short is the main program that drive's your computer...notable example here being the Windows Operating System developed by Microsoft Corporation. Notice that I am running Windows 7 Ultimate x64



CPU
CPU or Central Processing Unit (Processor) is the brain of the computer. Notice that I have an Intel Core 2 Duo T9300 2.5GHz



Motherboard
The motherboard is where all the hardware parts of the computer are connected to. Mine is a custom build JFT02

Memory
Memory is what allows applications to run on your computer. The more memory you have the faster an application start. I have 4GB of Memory



Graphics Card(s)
A graphics card/cards allow the computer to display an image to a monitor and allow you to play games. Notice I have a NVIDIA 8600M GT 512MB



Sound Card(s)
A sound card/cards allow the computer to play sound. Notice I have an HD Audio Device



Screen Resolution
This is the output measurement of the image being displayed by your monitor. Mine is 1680*1050



Hard Drives
Hard Drives are the primary storage of the computer (think of how this relates to a stomach on a human being). This is where your documents/music/photos/videos are located. Notice mine is a Seagate 7200RPM 120GB

i already filled my specs
My System SpecsSystem Spec
24 Jun 2010   #5
ryo

 
 

due your information, can you tell me what's is the error appear while installation?
did you already try to another DVD windows 7? or also you can use usb USB Windows 7 Installation Key Drive - Create
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