Failed to upgrade to Windows 7

#1
Hi. I am upgrading from Vista 64 Home Premium to Windows 7 Home Premium. I get to the expand files section, 18% 500 MB. The status bar tells me to reboot. I do that, and then after reboot the install stops with an unspecified cannot continue installing error. Only way forward is to boot Vista again.

Checking the setuperr log file I get:
2009-11-01 20:44:35, Error [0x0808fe] MIG Plugin {e0cbf06c-cd8b-4647-bb8a-263b43f0f974}: BthMig: Failed to migrate bthport keys, bailing out
2009-11-01 20:45:35, Error [0x080b77] MIG Failed to check the certificate of the catalog file C:\Windows\System32\catroot\{F750E6C3-38EE-11D1-85E5-00C04FC295EE}\LVPr2M64.cat.[gle=0x800b0100]
2009-11-01 20:55:44, Error [0x0601d6] IBS InstallWindows:WdsExecuteWorkQueue failed!!![gle=0x00000006]
2009-11-01 20:57:36, Error [0x0601d6] IBS InstallWindows:WdsExecuteWorkQueue failed!!![gle=0x00000006]

And the setupact log
2009-11-01 20:57:36, Info IBS InstallWindows:Successfully loaded resource language [sv-SE]
2009-11-01 20:57:36, Info [0x0601c1] IBS InstallWindows:Install Path = X:\$Windows.~BT\sources
2009-11-01 20:57:36, Info [0x0601c2] IBS InstallWindows:Setup Phase = 2
2009-11-01 20:57:36, Info [0x0601e9] IBS CheckWinPEVersion:Compatible WinPE Version 6.1.7600 sp 0.0
2009-11-01 20:57:36, Info [0x0601eb] IBS PrepareSetupForWinPEPhase:Blackboard already exists. Path = X:\$Windows.~BT\sources\Panther\SetupInfo
2009-11-01 20:57:36, Info [0x0601c8] IBS InstallWindows:Restarting Setup after completing downlevel phase. Working directory = X:\$Windows.~BT\sources\Panther
2009-11-01 20:57:36, Info [0x0601ce] IBS Setup has started phase 2 at 2009-11-01 20:57:36
2009-11-01 20:57:36, Info [0x0601cf] IBS Install source is X:\$Windows.~BT\sources
2009-11-01 20:57:36, Info [0x0601d0] IBS Build version is 6.1.7600.16385 (win7_rtm.090713-1255)
2009-11-01 20:57:36, Info [0x06403e] IBSLIB CreateSetupBlackboard:Opening existing blackboard path is [X:\$Windows.~BT\sources\Panther\SetupInfo] Setup phase is [2]
2009-11-01 20:57:36, Info [0x090008] PANTHR CBlackboard::Open: X:\$Windows.~BT\sources\Panther\SetupInfo succeeded.
2009-11-01 20:57:36, Info [0x064043] IBSLIB CreateSetupBlackboard:Successfully created/opened Setup black board path is [X:\$Windows.~BT\sources\Panther\SetupInfo]
2009-11-01 20:57:36, Info IBS InstallWindows:No UI language from a previous boot was found on the blackboard. Using selected language [sv-SE].
2009-11-01 20:57:36, Info IBS InstallWindows:Setup architecture is [x64]
2009-11-01 20:57:36, Info [0x0601d4] IBS InstallWindows:Restarting Queue. Setup Phase = 2
2009-11-01 20:57:36, Info PANTHR InitializedCriticalSection for pExecQueue->csLock;
2009-11-01 20:57:36, Info [0x09001c] PANTHR Couldn't find queue 'MainQueueOnline' in contents file
2009-11-01 20:57:36, Info [0x09002a] PANTHR Could not locate saved 'MainQueueOnline' in working directory
2009-11-01 20:57:36, Info PANTHR DeleteCriticalSection for pExecQueue->csLock;
2009-11-01 20:57:36, Info [0x090081] PANTHR Destroying any unreferenced modules! (SEQ6)
2009-11-01 20:57:36, Error [0x0601d6] IBS InstallWindows:WdsExecuteWorkQueue failed!!![gle=0x00000006]
2009-11-01 20:57:41, Info [0x090009] PANTHR CBlackboard::Close: x:\$windows.~bt\sources\panther\setupinfo.

I haven't been able to find the exact same problem description anywhere. Does anyone know how to proceed? It seems as though the queue problem is the main issue, but I have no clue what to do.
 


SIW2

New Member
#2
Looks like a problem connected to bluetooth .,

Did you try uninstalling anything that may have anything to with bluetooth.?

Someone found Vodafone connect was the issue in their case.

If you can find what it might be - uninstall from Vista - then you should be able to do the in place upgrade.

Otherwise, to save hours of messing about - try a custom/clean install to another partition . Mark that partition Active if you want the 7 boot critical files on there as well.
 


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#3
I did check this and I don't have anything installed for bluetooth.
I am considering a clean install, but I am a bit reluctant to do so. Only because I don't really want to give this up and maybe it can help others if I find the problem.
 


Saltgrass

Excellent Member
Microsoft Community Contributor
#4
Is there anything in the Device Manager that uses bluetooth. You can check what drivers a device uses by checking the properties-driver-details. If there is, can you disable or uninstall that device.

If you can't, check this site to see if anything might help. It discusses stopping driver migration.

A computer may restart unexpectedly, and the operating system is rolled back to the previous operating system during an upgrade to Windows Vista
 


#5
I did plug in my HTC phone to get the Windows Mobile adapter listed and then removed all associated files ( I did find bluetooth there). But it didn't help.

I will try a couple of more times, but then I think I will have to fall back on a clean install. Unfortunately.
 


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