Install issues. Failed DVD install and USB install, even Upgrade failure

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  1. Urora

    Urora New Member

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    I have tried installing Seven in EVERY way possible right now with teh student download from Digital River.

    I have used the USB Key and i get an 0x00 errror during boot up, asking me to either insert boot disk or repair windows...
    I used the DVD and get the Driver Error, i have burned three copies of it at all differnt speeds, used differnt brands and types (dvd-r and dvd dual layers)
    I use the new download from Digital river and get install.exe not a valid win32 applicaation..

    I am at a loss. I have no clue what to do.
     
  2. Urora

    Urora New Member

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    Seriously? No one has any ideas??
     
  3. droflex

    droflex Guest

    plenty of ideas on installation problems. Solutions are another matter. Installing the OS seems to be 99% of the problem for some of us. The promise land awaits us at some point I'm sure.

    Perhaps a sacrifice of our first born might appease the god(s).

    If you have more than one child, for the sake of all of us with installation problems you must do what is right and offer them. Dont be selfish.
     
  4. Saltgrass

    Saltgrass Excellent Member
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    You may have to give more information.

    Such as your DVDs won't boot at all?
    Do you have the expanded files and did you follow a tutorial to make a bootable flash drive?
    New download from Digital River? Do you mean the .iso download or just another regular download? And how large is that file?

    It appears you haven't even gotten to the install stage, so some addition info might help.
     
  5. Urora

    Urora New Member

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    Yes i have followed this tutorial and others as far as the USB bootable Drive. I have yet to find a USB key (that i own) that will show up in the DiskList. I have a Lexar 8GB and a Cruzer 4GB. However other tutorials i have read have worked afaik.

    I am using windows XP, and want to do a clean install to get 64bit
    When i boot thought i get an errror in the initial setup screen (prior to actual setup, where you would usually pick a O/S if you were dual booting or repairing windows..)
    USB Error Boot
    0xc0000000f Boot Selection failed because required device is inaccessible

    CD\DVD .iso from Digital River, also used whatever the link from Lifehacker posted
    W7 setupscreen starts, and get driver error for CD\DVD, asks me to insert driver disk. I insert it and it just says no drivers found.

    The Digital River download fails to extract at the very end, saying they are unable to run from that location. ( C: ) The regular download is 2+GB

    Computer-
    EVGA-750SLi Motherboard
    Q6600
    4GB OCZ ram
    8800GTS PNY XLR8
    160GB Maxtor
    1TB Green WD
     
    #5 Urora, Oct 31, 2009
    Last edited: Oct 31, 2009

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