i meant that i have 1 partion for each of my harddrives lol.
The only reason i dont do a clean install is i got no way to backup all my crap.
I have USB wireless keyboard/mouse ,headset, But my usb has been acting up and not connecting right for my iphone so i had to connect a old usb hub to my pc. But i did the upgrade back then with no hub and i had my keyboard/mouse ,headset,usb extention.
I recieve no errors. I am just stuck at expanding files like i used to have the same problem with windows 7 beta 7000. But then 7077 worked for me. So i tried a higher up win7 rc1 rev and it still would't work.
Well there's your problem.. your trying to run the Upgrade from the C:.. I'd suggest (as reghakr originally did) doing a CLEAN INSTALL.. Chances are you'll have very few to NO problems at all that way.. If a clean install just isn't an option for you then I would at the very least do an upgrade from a disc, not from the c: ... Just make sure when you burn the ISO that you choose the slowest possible burning speed to avoid any corruption... Then boot from the DVD and choose "Upgrade" (if that's the only option you have in your case).. If you can get all your files moved to another HDD for now, than I'd definitely go with the CLEAN INSTALL..
I'm curious... if you've got 4 Hard Drives with 1 partition on each then howcome you can't put all your personal files on one HDD for now and then you could move them back (if you wanted to) after the installation was done..?..
Also, are you trying to upgrade from Windows XP or Windows Vista??
Part of downloading the W7 RC1 states that you must do a Clean Install. When I downloaded mine, it was repeated over and over again to do a Clean Install.
Also, if your trying to install from the C: drive, you normally will run into cyclonic redundancy errors... that is a possible reason why it is hanging at 22%. Take these guys advice and burn the install disk and do a clean install.