Installation Froze At "Completing Installation"

Discussion in 'Windows 7 Installation' started by No one, Nov 3, 2009.

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  1. tblount

    tblount New Member

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    Ok... I'm guessing it's a memory problem that needs tweaking in the bios. I've seen where others did a memory tweak .. and others found the floppy drive option was also checked in the bios... they didn't have a floppy drive.

    Also, there is a lot of related chat about windows 7 and flashing the bios for that mother board you listed.. on Google

    There are links to a ton of drivers for that motherboard for Win 7 at this link:

    Mxdtr.com ECS MCP61PM-HM Motherboard BIOS Update
     
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    What do you mean "install that at the beginnnig of the Windows 7 install,"?
     
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    Ok, will try that too.
     
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    The download link won't work.


    JessicaD

    I tried installing the driver, then running the installation it still froze.
     
  5. tblount

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    Just try searching for your motherboard. There are a lot of links from Google. Maybe this link connected directly to a page that they don't have set up for direct access.
     
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    Tried from HP, says does not meet system requirments, when I search up the drivers for my pc. :confused:
     
  7. tblount

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    If that's the case then everyone with your motherboard should be looking for a slolution and Google should connect you to those reports... maybe there is a fix. Sometimes I search for hours for something and still come up empty... but most of the time I either find a fix or conclude the hardware can't run Win 7.
     
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    OK, I will try,
     
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    Thanks! It worked, along with JessicaD suggestions.
     
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    Thanks! It worked along with tblout's suggestion.
     
  11. tblount

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    Jessica ? I thought her advice was always .. buy the full version of windows 7 haha

    Thanks.. and thanks for the rep points.
     
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    Went smoothly with no problems, with about 7-9 full installs.
     
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    Wow, fast install
     

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