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Windows 7: Windows 7 SP1 Install Fail 0x8007000e

25 Feb 2011   #21
Hopalong X

Windows7 Pro 64bit SP-1; Windows XP Pro 32bit
 
 

lafargeotte

I have never tried it.

I just knew where the tutorial was and you had not had any other responses.

If you need more help with the sliptream, post on the tutorial thread or make a new thread here.
Only reason I say that is you would probably get more help that way.
Someone that knows how to set it up and use it.
Not just where the tutorial is.

Mike


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26 Feb 2011   #22
y0himba

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by lafargeotte View Post
Did you start this from in Windows? Mine tells me that I cannot do it unless I have SP1 installed!
Ran the slipstreamed disc from in Windows and it did the repair install perfectly, albeit it took a LONG time. I followed the tutorial at the link Hopalong posted.

The repair install took 9 hours. Language pack installs took 6 hours. Two pieces of hardware had issues, and AverTV capture device I use and my GTS 250 (nVidia). Uninstalled the AverTV device, reinstalled, Windows update had a driver for it, done.

Video card not so much. Windows installed the MS version of the nVdida drivers, then my nVidia control panel would not open. Went through my usual driver cleaning process for a clean re-install, unstaill nVidia system tools, uninstall the driver, uninstall the device, reboot to safe mode, use driver cleaner pro.

Upon reboot, BSOD.

Reboot again, use startup repair, restore from a restore point, 5 hours! Finally able to get back into Windows. The culprit was Driver Cleaner Pro. So I removed the system tools, driver, device, reboot with Ethernet disconnected so Windows will not find the driver. Installed the latest drivers from nVidia.com and then the system tools. Reboot. Working!

Install updates, no issues. Installed language packs, 6. more.hours. ARGH.

System Cleanup ran a total of 4 hours now, so I canceled it. The cause for this long time? This directory:

"C:\$WINDOWS.~Q\DATA\Windows\ServiceProfiles\NetworkService\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Media Player\Art Cache\LocalMLS"

Why? It has 123,451 Files, 2 Folders, all are +H +R +S, and Windows Cleanup is losing it's mind trying to figure this out. Off to the good old DOS Prompt! "Attrib -h -r -s *.*" took 23 minutes, then "del *.* /s /f /q" took 17 minutes. Disk cleanup then took 7 minutes.

Everything is running fine and I now have SP1 installed.

Let's see what happens when SP2 comes out....
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26 Feb 2011   #23
Hopalong X

Windows7 Pro 64bit SP-1; Windows XP Pro 32bit
 
 

That is the b#$%% of the iso the language pack.

I remember someone else posting about that.

Sounds like a nightmare install!
What a mess.

Glad you got it finally.
Mike

SP2 may happen. The HORROR!
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26 Feb 2011   #24
lafargeotte

Win7 Ultimate x64, Windows 8 Enterprise x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Hopalong X View Post
Quote:
Did you start this from in Windows?

Mine tells me that I cannot do it unless I have SP1 installed!
This is what you need to read and follow for slipstreaming the iso file.
Slipstream Windows 7 SP1 into a Installation DVD or ISO File

Mike
Success - 2 hours, SP1 installed - thanks.
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26 Feb 2011   #25
Hopalong X

Windows7 Pro 64bit SP-1; Windows XP Pro 32bit
 
 

Glad you got it installed.

Mike
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27 Feb 2011   #26
y0himba

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by lafargeotte View Post

Success - 2 hours, SP1 installed - thanks.


Only two hours? Mine was probably atypical then. There was another thread here asking about a repair install with a slipstreamed disc. Maybe you could share your experience with him?

To slipstream my upcoming Repair Install (or not to slipstream . . .)
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27 Feb 2011   #27
gregrocker

 

Fascinating! Rep to you both for testing breakthrough on Repair Install w/SP1.

It's becoming increasingly clear that 3rd party driver updaters and cleaners do not play well with Win7. Win7 is the ultimate authority on it's drivers unless performance says otherwise. And I'd use Revo or nothing.

yOhinmba, with respect to your tag "Win7 Fan Boy" I'll pass along what someone said when I was called that:

"You are a Win7 fanboy like an astronaut is a space fanboy."
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27 Feb 2011   #28
y0himba

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by gregrocker View Post
yOhinmba, with respect to your tag "Win7 Fan Boy" I'll pass along what someone said when I was called that:

"You are a Win7 fanboy like an astronaut is a space fanboy."
I am a fan of Windows, therefore I am a fanboy. An Astronaut had to be a fan of space, why else become an Astronaut?

I am just not a 'guru'.
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28 Feb 2011   #29
gregrocker

 

Agreed. It's just that it is often used as a putdown by the snarky.
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28 Feb 2011   #30
lafargeotte

Win7 Ultimate x64, Windows 8 Enterprise x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by gregrocker View Post
Fascinating! Rep to you both for testing breakthrough on Repair Install w/SP1.
The SP1 install on my desktop went without a hitch. I got fed up trying with the wife's laptop, ran out of different solutions. Had to give this a go, and it went smoothly. So smoothly in fact that the only thing that I had to re-tweak was the remove shortcut arrow one. Everything else that had been tweaked (including Black Viper's services tweaks) were all still in place.

Hopefully others in the same situation will find this useful.
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