can't install windows7 in new computer,?
when installation is underway it goes to blue screen and says files corrupt,if i do get it to work at all1/2 the updates will not install and all programs from internet are corrupt.please help, by the way i have tried both windows7 and xp the results are the same.old computer was 32bit the new one i just built is 64.
- 8 years ago
did you re-use any parts from your old PC? if could list all the system components in the PC you're trying to build that'd help.
i'd hazard a guess that you have a problem with your hard drive though. also that'd be one of the things you'd be likely to re-use. did you entirely reformat the hard drive before trying to instal? if not, then do that using the windows 7 disk, then do a CLEAN install of windows 7. don't worry about serial number, if you have an upgrade-only copy then just skip through the bit where you have to enter it, and then after installation is complete install windows over itself. that'll usually count as an upgrade.
EDIT: dvd drive or RAM would be the other possibilties, as the other dude said.
- laneyLv 44 years ago
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- IBMGuyLv 78 years ago
I would suggest either your memory is at fault or your dvd drive. Test the memory with memtest86 and try another cd/dvd drive to install.This type of problem certainly points to a hardware problem of some kind.
Try lowering the speed of the memory to 1333Mhz or 1066Mhz in the motherboard bios and try an install.
- Anonymous8 years ago
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