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Windows 7: Windows 7 SP1 Install Fail 0x8007000e

28 Feb 2011   #31
y0himba

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 

I noticed that also. ALL of my tweaks including the PAE and AlwaysOff BCDEdit tweaks. I have the "My Documents" folder located on a physical D: drive, it retained that, although it moved the files to C: and back during the upgrade which took forever.

I think the slipstream is the way to go here, but it will cause new issues. I think MS is going to release patches to address the upgrade issues.


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28 Feb 2011   #32
lafargeotte

Win7 Ultimate x64, Windows 8 Enterprise x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by y0himba View Post
I noticed that also. ALL of my tweaks including the PAE and AlwaysOff BCDEdit tweaks. I have the "My Documents" folder located on a physical D: drive, it retained that, although it moved the files to C: and back during the upgrade which took forever.

I think the slipstream is the way to go here, but it will cause new issues. I think MS is going to release patches to address the upgrade issues.
Same here for the "My Documents" being on D: and kept there. Fortunately there was not a huge amount there, so perhaps that is why mine took less time than yours to complete.

Perhaps MS will send us some commission for leading the way!!!
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28 Feb 2011   #33
gregrocker

 

May I ask why you are applying old-school XPired tweaks and Service edits to Win7?

Some miss the point that this is the first perfectly balanced OS which is so lean it needs and can tolerate no tweaking beyond normal System Settings.

And Service tweaks miss the point that one genius of Win7 lies in moving the automatic services to Manual set on fast triggers, resulting in no performance clawback at all by disabling any Automatic Services but plenty of unintended problems. Vliting these Services out of Win7 to fit on netbooks found no performance savings at all, just a cascade of unintended consequences.

Tweaking Win7 will always come back to bite you. But it keeps the forums busy and we'll get to see you more often!

All that beiing said, it's still your rig to do what you want with. These warnings are for others who might be tempted by the latest tweak they hear mentioned. The kind of workarounds which got the slipstreamed Repair Install done sounds to me like you enjoy running a test box situation. These warnings are not meant for that, but for end consumer.
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28 Feb 2011   #34
The Howling Wolves

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by gregrocker View Post
May I ask why you are applying old-school XPired tweaks and Service edits to Win7?

Some miss the point that this is the first perfectly balanced OS which is so lean it needs and can tolerate no tweaking beyond normal System Settings.

And Service tweaks miss the point that one genius of Win7 lies in moving the automatic services to Manual set on fast triggers, resulting in no performance clawback at all by disabling any Automatic Services but plenty of unintended problems. Vliting these Services out of Win7 to fit on netbooks found no performance savings at all, just a cascade of unintended consequences.

Tweaking Win7 will always come back to bite you. But it keeps the forums busy and we'll get to see you more often!
Greg,
Couldn't have said it better.
Keep my computer's lean and mean with monthly housekeeping and use a lot of common sense.
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02 Mar 2011   #35
y0himba

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 

My tweaks are a throwback from tweaking XP and Viper's tweaks and so forth. Been using Windows since DOS, and have always messed with the system to get performance and features. Windows 7 required the least amount of tweaks, most of which were appearance and convenience rather than memory or performance. I seriously love Windows 7.
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02 Mar 2011   #36
lafargeotte

Win7 Ultimate x64, Windows 8 Enterprise x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by y0himba View Post
My tweaks are a throwback from tweaking XP and Viper's tweaks and so forth. Been using Windows since DOS, and have always messed with the system to get performance and features. Windows 7 required the least amount of tweaks, most of which were appearance and convenience rather than memory or performance. I seriously love Windows 7.
Very well put.
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05 May 2011   #37
bobbyc

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 
Uninstall language packs

The solution to the ERROR_OUTOFMEMORY 0x8007000e problem for me was to to uninstall all language packs using lpksetup.exe.

After that, SP1 installed successfully (and much more quickly!).

I had previously installed all of the language packs recommended by Windows Upadate but didn't really need them. Apparently, Win7 SP1 barfs if you have done that. After uninstalling them all (except English) using lkpsetup.exe (search for it on your system), the service pack install worked fine.

If you need the language packs you'll be able to re-install them all again from Windows Update after you install SP1. In my case I don't need them, plus they do take a lot of space so I just hid them in Windows Update once they re-appeared.

Note... I was having this problem on a Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit box with 2GB of memory.

I hope this helps.
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