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Windows 7 was supposed to be smooth sailing... #6 hund2110, Oct 25, 2009 Conor New MemberJoined:Oct 25, 2009Messages:2Likes Received:0 I got the same problem with upgrading from Vista 32-bit to 7 Board index The team • Delete all board cookies • All times are UTC + 1 hour [ DST ] Get VirtualBox Forum powered by phpBB © phpBB Group By any I knew this would mean a clean install, but did not foresee this problem. I mean, Microsoft put the files on DVDs. Check This Out

The RC version is having the same problem with the expanding of files. Examine it for cracks or scratches, and if it appears to be flawed, return it to the vendor and request a new copy. write error write error The installation source for this product is not available. then when the screen background comes back up and I move the mouse around, in about 5 seconds it freezes and I have to wait like 10-15 min for my comp

Windows cannot install required files make sure all files required for installation are available and restart the installation. It is said that this error message could be a result of your OEM partition being set as Active. I used to run Windows XP 32-bit on a 64-bit processor, so when i got win 7 i decided to install the 64-bit version. My machine is a AMD, dual core 64 bit.

So now I am installing (try) the 7 RC on this machine to see what happens. I selected custom installation, deleted the old partition and created a fresh one. What happens This error may occur during the installation of Windows Vista, when the system expands the files. Home > Windows errors > Drive error code 0x80070001 This page shows you the easy and correct steps required to repair a Windows 0x80070001 error. "Windows cannot install required files."Check it

Microsoft MUST give a fix to this problem. I think the retail DVD is corrupt #11 gabe4183, Nov 12, 2009 mahbouni Senior MemberJoined:Nov 17, 2009Messages:4Likes Received:0 Same problem here. Do you have enough free space on the Hard drive for all the old and new files? http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/software-os/f/3524/t/19357333 I downloaded the Win7 Enterprise x64 from MSDN, burned the .iso image to a blank DVD, rebooted the machine and installed from it.

The setupact.log or setuperr.log or setupapi.dev.log may have indications of install problems. A case like this could easily cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. This won't take long. just weird #13 Devastator, Nov 19, 2009 mahbouni Senior MemberJoined:Nov 17, 2009Messages:4Likes Received:0 I have actually managed to install a working copy of Win7 in VMware on the same PC, but

I also tried installing Windows Vista and received the same problem. Gabe and everyone experiencing this issue, Have you checked your hardware and hard drives? Windows XP is unable to see other computers. dantejem New MemberJoined:Sep 5, 2009Messages:4Likes Received:0 i have exactly the same problem and don't know what to do....

I let it sit for a while (30 min maybe?) letting it "try" to expand, and all of a sudden it moved on to the next step, and now is working his comment is here This is crazy, I installed the 7 BETA and the 7 RC on another "OLDER" 32 bit PC with no problems at all. The file may be corrupt or missing. Thank you.

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This seems to be 64-bit problem only (at least for me). Then I found this thread and find nobody has found a solution. I do not know where Windows stores the files after they are expanded.

What else can I do???????????????

Site Changelog Community Forum Software by IP.Board Sign In Use Facebook Use Twitter Need an account? I researched this error but couldn't find a resolution. I for god sake, PURCHASED Win7 (retail)!!!!! Back to top BC AdBot (Login to Remove) BleepingComputer.com Register to remove ads #2 Jacee Jacee Bleeping around Malware Response Team 3,714 posts OFFLINE Gender:Female Local time:08:31 PM Posted

If we have ever helped you in the past, please consider helping us. The error in this case has nothing to do with the copy. I don't have time to fool around with this mess and will reinstall XP x64. navigate here It keeps give me an error and STOPS DOWLOADING.

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