Hello all, I've got a big problem. Before I begin I would like to say that I'm not a native English speaker, so my English isn't perfect. Sorry for that. I've bought a new PC without Windows 7 installed on it. I thought that installation of Windows 7 can't be really hard. Oh boy, I was wrong. So the problem is: I start up my PC with Windows 7 64 bit disc in it. PC is set to boot from CD/DVD. Everything seems to go just fine. I've got the message that "Windows is loading files". It takes a minute and it's done. Then I get the "Starting Windows" screen and the blueish background pops up. For a moment (it's not even half a second) some kind of dialog box pops up - I think that is the one with title "Install Windows". Then there's a large message saying: "Windows 7 is preparing to install" (or something like that, I'm not using English version so I'm trying to translate all these messages). This message disapears, for a second you can see this blueish background and then - it crashes. It starts up again and this process goes on and on. I honestly don't know what's the case. My setup is: Code:CPU: I7 2600K BR/DVD/CD reader: LG Blu Ray BH10LS30 System HDD: Crucial M4 64GB HDD: 3 x Samsung F3 1TB GPU: GTX 580 Power supply: XFX 650W Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-Z68X-UD3-B3 RAM: 16 GB ram GOOD RAM (4x4GB) What I've tried: - unplug 3 HDDs and leave only Crucial M4 SSD - nothing - unplug ALL HDDs - nothing - change in BIOS from IDE to AHCI - nothing - and some combinations of unpluging and pluging HDD and RAM - (yes, you've guessed it) nothing I ran the Windows Memory Diagnostic Tool - it showed 0 errors. Please guys, help me. P.S. If you don't understand something, feel free to ask, I'll try to answer as fast as I can.