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Can't find drivers during Windows 7 ultimate x64 installation?

Q: Can't find drivers during Windows 7 ultimate x64 installation?

Alright I'm trying to do a custom installation of windows 7 ultimate, after finding out my computer won't boot. But then it says there were no drivers found. Where do I find my drivers? There is only an X: (boot) drive as a system partition.

I have an Acer Aspire V3-551 with an AMD A8 2.8 Ghz processor with 500 GB of HDD space and 4 GB DDR3. I am have been running Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit on my computer.

Thanks

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Preferred Solution: Can't find drivers during Windows 7 ultimate x64 installation?

I recommend downloading and running DAP. It can help sort out any driver and firmware related issues on your system

It's worked out well for many of us in the past.

You can download it direct from this link http://downloaddap.org. (This link will open the download page of DAP so you can save a copy to your computer.)

A: Can't find drivers during Windows 7 ultimate x64 installation?

Hi Andrew,

Are you talking about drivers or drives?

Windows will detect 99.9% of the appropriate drivers required for your computer to operate during installation, and install them automatically. After installation, you can install/update specific device drivers if you wish.

Clean Reinstall - Factory OEM Windows 7

Regards,
Golden

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Hi guys, i'm hoping someone can help.
I've recently bought a brand new Toshiba Satellite pro L650 running Windows 7
After a few weeks, things started to get really slow. Then I woke up one morning to discover it stuck on the first screen when I turn it on.
I thought I had a virus, so then decided to do a full re-format and re-install windows. After I formatted the correct partition, I went to install Windows 7 again
Only for it to say "windows could not detect a disc drive"
it asks me to install drivers for the hard-drive, which I can't seem to find.
it's a sata hard-drive (TOSHIBA MK6465GSX) I think is the model number.
I can not find the hard-drive drivers anywhere.

The other strange thing, is every now and then, it finds the hard-drive, but states that windows can not install onto that drive (even when I format it, try to add a partition and so forth)

I have been into bios, I don't really know a great deal of what I am looking at, but it sometimes states my hard-drive is there, and other times it does not.
I am so desperate to get this fixed. Does anyone have any ideas?
I live pretty remotely so taking it back and getting it fixed is not ideal.. but maybe necessary.
Thanks in anticipation..

- Gavin.
 

A:Can't find hard drive during installation of Windows 7 Ultimate

Hi gav
It sounds like a hard drive problem. Try this switch of the laptop and remove the battery then remove the hard drive, then replace hard drive battery and switch on your laptop.
 

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Model: HP Pavillion PC Desktop Model #A1720N Product# RT641AA #ABA 1.8ghz
Operating System: Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit

Recently a friends husband screwed up their computer they just got by looking at tons of porn sites. Since they had no security at all, I'm sure you can imagine what was on the hard drive. After all the viruses and adware had their way with the PC, it took almost 5 minutes from boot to get to the desktop screen! lol. Anyways she asked me to do a clean install of Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit into their HP Pavilion A1710N desktop because she has no clue how.

Since I have some skill at this I decided to try it. I deleted the Vista partition and wiped the hard drive clean. I then did a clean install of Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit. It runs very good but it was obvious it needed ram (only has 1gb) if I wanted to get it to run excellent. Well while waiting for the 4gb of ram to get here that my friend ordered for it (got 4gb of DDR2 for 14$ ), I have been looking for Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit drivers & the factory software that came with this PC and am unable to find it or anything newer to use in it's place.

Normally after I do a clean install on someone's laptop or desktop I can go to the manufacturers website and download all the drivers and software that came on the computer along with the security software. When I go to HP's website for the HP Pavillion PC Desktop Model #A1720N Product# RT641AA #ABA and click in find drivers for Windows 7 64 bit, it says... Read more

A:Unable to find any Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit drivers HP Pavilion PC

Have you tried installing the Vista drivers in compatibility mode.

Drivers - Install Vista Drivers on Windows 7

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well when i boot from my windows 7 retail upgrade disk to do a clean install, it say's it cant find the drivers or something and notes that i can take the disk out to put one in for it if i have one, or browse my hard drive but what the hell is it going on about? do i need to install windows 7 drivers on my vista system before i do a clean install of windows 7? i tried both the 64 and 32 bit disks, same error.. it happens on step 5 of Clean Install Windows 7 it doesn't show a license agreement, just the driver problem but when i use the windows 7 upgrade adviser it say's my computer can handle it as i originally thought.. what the hell is the problem? i really do appreciate your input, thanks in advance.
EDIT: well i tried it on another vista computer, it works fine! what the hell?

A:windows 7 installation cannot find drivers?

Please be specific - post the exact error message you receive. What type of hard drive do you have - is it SATA, RAID, or IDE?

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Evening all,

I have just placed a 2nd hand mobo (ASRock M3A770DE) into my pc. It'ts running win 7 ultimate, all h/w is detected ok apart from the integrated network card, therefore i cannot connect to the router and onto the internet. Since win7 is not auto-detecting the integrated NIC, is their a file on the win7 disk i can point it to when i manually try to install it?

On a separate note i can connect to the net via my vaio, in case you can suggest where i can d/l a file from.

All suggestions appreciated.

A:Windows can't find network drivers for installation

ASRock > Products > Motherboard > M3A770DE > Download

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Hi,  
I am trying to load our company image on a new Dell 3410 win an ssd hard drive.  It currently has win 10 home. the installer gets to the point of which image to install, I click the correct 64 bit win enterprise version, and it cannot find the drive. 
I search for the drivers on the USB with the image as well as the drive I am targeting, but keep getting a select the driver to install option and No signed device drivers were found. 
I did not see  drivers on the MS download site for the 3410.   any idea where to find them?

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Hello, I need help with an issue which is nearly identical to another thread here on this forum (http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/topic411535.html/page__hl__ethernet+controller).
After re-installing Windows XP SP3 Professional I couldn't connect to the internet.
I looked in the Device Manager and found the following drivers had yellow ? marks:

Audio Device on High Definition Audio Bus: HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_10EC&DEV_0887&SUBSYS_1458A002&REV_1002\4&3852CD30&0&0201

Ethernet Controller:PCI\VEN_10EC&DEV_8168&SUBSYS_E0001458&REV_03\4&322CBC01&0&00E0

SM Bus Controller:PCI\VEN_27DA&SUBSYS_50011458&REV_02\3&13COBOC5&08FB

Video Controller (VGA Compatible):PCI\VEN_80868&DEV_A001&SUBSYS_D00014588REV_0213&13COBOC5&0&10

I followed the advice given on the aforementioned thread and have installed/run Everest & Speccy.
The computer doesn't belong to me, it's a desktop system with a small tower (no optical disk drive) and I cannot see any brand, manufacturer name or model number whatsoever.

If someone could let me know which details are required from Everest and/or Speccy?
Any help is very much welcome!

A:Can't find drivers after XP re-installation

Hello and welcome to the forum!

You gave us everything that we need except for the make/model of the system.
We also know that you are in New Zealand (hows the weather?) so we have to also find the drivers appropriate to your location.

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I have lost my driver installation CD. My computer crashed earlier this week and am not sure what drivers I even need to reinstall so that I can reinstall the OS. Can somebody point me in the right direction?

A:misplaced driver installation cd, where can i find win7 drivers?

You just need your model number; then go to the DELL site and see if they have the drivers for your model.

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Been dealing with a dozen different issues to get my new PC working. I'm finally just giving in to repairing Windows XP. However, my Windows XP installation that I want to repair and use is on a SATA RAID. Just 2 HDDs. Despite my motherboard recognizing the healthy RAID, the Windows XP install doesn't.

Of course, I figure it's because it needs the whole F6 + floppy disk thing with SATA and RAID drivers. Well wonderful, because I can't make the floppy because the only PC I can make the floppy with... is the one I'm trying to put Windows XP on. To make matters worse, XFX decided to make it impossible to simply access the SATA and RAID drivers, they need to be directly written to a floppy.

Solution? Virtual floppy disk drive. Ran the "Create RAID Drivers Disk" option on the XFX Driver CD. Transferred the drivers out of the virtual floppy disk. Used nLite to integrate the drivers into a new Windows XP install disc, based off of the one that came with my HP Laptop through my college. Viola, no longer need the F6 + Floppy Disk step.

Except I still get "Setup did not find any hard disk drives installed in your computer.". What the bloody hell? Was that not the entire point of the driver integration?

Motherboard is XFX GeForce 8200. Two 150GB SATA drives in RAID 0 connected. OS is Windows XP SP 2. Motherboard recognizes the RAID but Windows XP SP 2 installer doesn't despite slipstream integration of drivers with nLite.

A:Slipstreamed SATA/RAID Drivers on Installation - Setup fails to find HDDs

Well, more wonderful news. Used a public PC to make the RAID disk, since the slipstreamed CD is being a POS. Tried the original CD *and* the slipstreamed CD: Press F6, press S, press enter. Says "Please wait..." then it returns to the previous screen... so I press enter again. Same thing. Thought maybe the diskette was FUBAR. So I used a blank one and it responded with not finding a "txtsetupOEM" or some such, which is good, because that's true. Except that means it's clearly finding it on the RAID diskette but it chooses to be a ***** and not do anything more than that.

So this is bloody pissing me off because I haven't had a single thing succeed here. If anyone has any suggestions, I'd love to hear them, because I'm 100% out of ideas.

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Hi,
I came across an issue that I find confusing. Whilst trying to install a software to run a mobile USB flash modem, the software pops this message:

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your current device installation settings is configured to prefer drivers from Windows Update over locally installed
drivers. This can cause Unlimited data Manager not to work correctly.

do you want to change the settings to prefer locally installed drivers over Windows Update?
**********************************************************

What does it imply if I change my settings to prefer locally installed drivers over windows update drivers?
And can this action be undone and where/how? (I searched my machine but didn't find where this option is)

Thank you for reading
 

A:Device Installation Settings, windows update drivers VS locally installed drivers

Control Panel (icon view)>System>Advanced System Settings>Hardware Tab>Device Installation Settings

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I contacted SONY and they told me that they did not have the drivers for this Hardware. They told me I needed a WINDOWS driver. My operating system is Windows 98. Help
 

A:Not Going to Sleep Until Find Drivers..Need Windows Drivers SONY CD-R/RW CRX140E

You already posted this same question in hardware.
Keep it to one thread.
 

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Attempting to install Windows 7 Ultimate on to a blank hard drive from the reinstallation DVD
Part way through the installation I get the following error message window:
Setup.exe - corrupt file
The file or directory \Boot \Fonts is correct and unreadable. Please run the Chkdsk utility.

I have run Chkdsk on the destination hard drive and it reports no errors.
Can anyone help me?
Thank you,
 

A:Installation of windows 7 ultimate

Did that Windows 7 Ultimate reinstallation DVD come with the same computer that the blank hard drive is in?

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Hi, I have a problem on hand with Windows 7 Ultimate.
After installing the genuine pack of Windows 7 Ultimate my desktop PC performs very badly after sometime. Though the performance is good initially I find my PC slowing down with slow videos and music, hanging up every now and then. Also the CPU and RAM meter given by Windows 7 ultimate shows RAM usage at 70-80% and processor at 100%. My PC configuration is: Gigabyte 8I945GZME-RH motherboard, 2.80 gigahertz Intel Pentium D, 16 kilobyte primary memory cache, 2048 kilobyte secondary memory cache, Board: Bus Clock: 200 megahertz, ST380211AS [Hard drive] (79.88 GB, 1016 Megabytes Installed Memory. Any solutions for this?

A:PC hanging up after installation of Windows 7 Ultimate

Have you a TV card or something Windows MPlayer 12 can be offset with this as they take control of videos and this slows media player and somtimes crashes it if you attempt to play video (dvd) above about 3000kbs/sec.

More memory would be a good investment (On a 32 bit OS only 3.4 gb of memory is recognised approximately), you should use the same brand and latency for best results - BUT you will probably have problems getting memory for it now as that system your running is pretty old. I was running W7 ultimate on a laptop with 1024mb of memory but it didnt run too bad, but i found the cpu usage higher - seems to be aero was causing the problem as I returned to xp after a while and the cpu usage was down with media player for example. Your onboard graphics probably has the minimum amount of memory required for aero also. You can disable a lot of features if your not using them in Programs and Features - on the left side Turn Windows features on or off- eg IE8, Media Player, Media Centre, tablet pc, etc. You could also switch off services - download a guide - google or bing for it.
Try turning off aero and UAC might help also, but do so at your own risk with UAC - if you visit unsafe sites its best to leave it on. You could switch to Microsoft security essentials also, as it has less effect on performance than most antivirus malware programs.

http://www.microsoft.com/security_essentials/

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Hello All,

I have an old computer with following configuration:

1. CPU - AMD Athlon 2.8 GHz
2. RAM - DDR400 - 1 GB
3. HDD - Seagate ATA - 250 GB
4. Motherboard ASUS - Supports USB & DVD start up.
5. LG - DVD/CD ROM Drive. / MAD DOG DVD ROM Drive. - Working

Recently I tried to install a fresh copy of Windows 7 Ultimate edition in my system here is what's happening.

1. First it loads Windows is loading Files... Screen for few minutes.
2. Next after getting Windows 7 Blue Graphics screen which we usually see before set up window opens I had to wait for 10 to 20 minutes just get the Installation Overview Window.
3. After I select Edition & Language etc and Type of Windows 7 Installation I need after I click 'Next', I had to wait for 10 to 20 minutes more just to get the Disk Partitioning Window to select installation location.
4. Then after formatting partition chose it to installing windows it takes almost 30 to 40 minutes of time just to get installed.
5. Later after installation finishes and computer restarts I get nothing. it's just a blank screen even after restarting and going to Safe Mode also I am not able to see any Desktop.

Please help me how can I get my Windows 7 Work in my PC.

Note: I have installed Windows 7 Professional few years back on the same computer without any issues.


Thanks for your time,
Sudh... Read more

A:Issues with Windows 7 Ultimate 32 Bit. Installation

So why not just install Pro again ?

Where did you get the 32 bit Ultimate install dvd from ?

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I have tried absolutely everything suggested to me. I have copied the following files to a onedrive zip folder;  "C:\Windows\Logs\CBS\" and copy
all filesto your document folder, also copy the setupapi.dev.log from
the folder C:\Windows\Inf and
the file "C:\Windows\winsxs\poqexec.log "
Here is the link: https://onedrive.live.com/?cid=2EB2049D0B6950BD&id=2EB2049D0B6950BD%211366&parId=root&o=OneUp
Not sure how to fix errors on the cbs.log - PLEASE HELP

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Hello. :)

I formatted my computer yesterday, thinking I'd install Windows 7 Ultimate on it. If I attempt to install the OS via a USB stick, the installation gets stuck at either 65%, 79% or 80%. Furthermore, it takes about 2 hours to get to that point.
So I figured I'd try installing from the DVD. But whenever I boot off the DVD, I get the message "BOOTMGR IS MISSING. PRESS CTRL+ALT+DEL TO RESTART".
I also tried formatting the drive via the USB before trying the CD, but it made no difference.
The installation files should be fine, I installed the OS with the same DVD on another computer a few days ago.

All I can find on google regarding "BOOTMGR" is people who are either dual-booting OS', or running with several harddrives. I only have one in my computer. Furthermore, all solutions I could find were for people who already had succesfully installed an OS.

Any help would be appreciated.

A:Windows 7 Ultimate installation problem(s)

Wipe the hard-drive with Killdisk before attempting another install from the DVD.

Killdisk: http://www.killdisk.com/downloadfree.htm

Burn the ISO to a CD with Imgburn: http://www.imgburn.com/index.php?act=download

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Okay... i admit i just broke my notebook Toshiba NB250
specs
2 logical processor 1 physical processor intel atom..450 1.50ghz
1gb ram
250gb hard drive

details:
i broke my notebook by messing with some of the settings and ended up to the option reformatting it

I formatted the hard drive using
->run windows 7 ultimate installer using my usb...of course its copied from a genuine dvd
->clicked repair computer-> clicked command prompt->when in X: sources->typed Format :C ->waited to 100%
got back to install now->pressed custom->pressed->load drivers it was i guess/something with options->pressed format again to make sure its clean-> tried to install---->installing Completing Installation->>> Restarting......then when it restarts
thats my trouble happens

my toshiba won't bootup its just black screen......no installation no anything then im forced to restart the notebook again....then it laods....windows 7 loading screen.....
then i encounter a BSOD just after the loading screen

i got this as BSOD (plz note this is a fresh install the only contents of my hard drive was the one that theB installer extracted)

TECHNICAL INFORMATION
STOP: 0x0000007B (0x80786B58,0xC0000034, 0X00000000, 0X00000000)

A:BSOD During installation of windows 7 ultimate

  
Quote: Originally Posted by noelian13


Okay... i admit i just broke my notebook Toshiba NB250
specs
2 logical processor 1 physical processor intel atom..450 1.50ghz
1gb ram
250gb hard drive

details:
i broke my notebook by messing with some of the settings and ended up to the option reformatting it

I formatted the hard drive using
->run windows 7 ultimate installer using my usb...of course its copied from a genuine dvd
->clicked repair computer-> clicked command prompt->when in X: sources->typed Format :C ->waited to 100%
got back to install now->pressed custom->pressed->load drivers it was i guess/something with options->pressed format again to make sure its clean-> tried to install---->installing Completing Installation->>> Restarting......then when it restarts
thats my trouble happens

my toshiba won't bootup its just black screen......no installation no anything then im forced to restart the notebook again....then it laods....windows 7 loading screen.....
then i encounter a BSOD just after the loading screen

i got this as BSOD (plz note this is a fresh install the only contents of my hard drive was the one that theB installer extracted)

TECHNICAL INFORMATION
STOP: 0x0000007B (0x80786B58,0xC0000034, 0X00000000, 0X00000000)



The INACCESSIBLE_BOOT_DEVICE bug check has a value of 0x0000007B. This bug check indicates that the Microsoft Windows operating system has lost acces... Read more

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I formatted my hard disk (it has two partitions) and installed Windows 7 Ultimate on one of the partitions.Then when I tried to start Windows 7 Ultimate it said that I must repair the Windows installation.I tried to repair with Windows repair disk the start up but Windows 7 Ultimate won't boot again and says "bootmgr is missing".I tried again to repair with the command prompt,to rebuild with "BOOTREC/REBUILDBCD but it still won't boot.It boots only if I change the Bios and make my DVD as the first booting device and put my Windows 7 DVD on it.If I put other disks it won't boot.Can anyone tell me a way of how to boot without the Windows 7 DVD on the drive.Thank you.

A:Windows 7 Ultimate won't start without installation DVD.

I would reinstall,
It sounds like your boot sector didnt build correctly.

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Hi,

I've build a custom installation of WINDOWS 7 Ultimate x64 SP1.
My installation is about 8,3GB and I had to burn it to a DVD Double Layer.
I want to install it to a UEFI system.

I went to BIOS and in the UEFI menu I see the Drive of DVD with the EUFI enabled, but when select this drive to start is begins to start Windows normally.

If I select to start the install from normal option it start to install withou UEFI.

I have burn the iso to a USB PEN and if select the the UEFI option It shows the option from starting the UEFI boot.

I have tried this in three diferent computers and is equal in all.

If I begin a installation with a DVD in UEFI mode it start OK.

IS this a DVD DL problem that cannot start in UEFI?

A:Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 UEFI Installation with DVD DL

Are you following the steps for UEFI (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface) - Install Windows 7 with - Windows 7 Forums?

If the unnecessary All-in-one DVD doesn't work correctly then download the ISO for the license you own and burn to DVD from Steps 1 and 2 of Clean Reinstall - Factory OEM Windows 7

To use flash stick also needs special steps for UEFI Bootable USB Flash Drive - Create in Windows.

If UEFI doesn't work for you then you can always Bypass UEFI to Install WIn7

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Hello, I'm new here I'm from Philippines, and I'm 19 years old. I just wanna know how to install Windows 7 Ultimate on my External HDD. First, I tried installing it but it prompts a warning message about BIOS or something I can't remember. Can anyone teach me or advice me what to do? My PC's OS now is Windows 7 Home Basic 32-bit, and I have a 2 GB RAM, and I don't have a video card. So, what should I do? I want to install Ultimate on my External HDD if possible. Hoping for your kind advice and teachings.

A:Windows 7 Ultimate installation on LG External HDD~

Win7 cannot be installed to an external HD.

Your best approach if you want to upgrade from Win7 basic is to use Windows Anytime Upgrade - How to - Windows 7 Forums which unlocks the few extra expensive features when you insert the Product Key.

But first I'd be sure that you actually need those features because most users don't, and otherwise it's the exact same OS: Compare Windows 7 Editions - Windows 7 Forums

Where did you get the Ultimate Product Key? Is it retail or Anytime Upgrade?

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Win7 64bit: While I am attempting to install a driver on cd rom, the disc suddenly crashed inside the rom and it also crashed the cd rom, then the OS remains the same so I tried shutting down the PC, but while shutting Down, BSOD suddenly flashed on my screen, I disregarded it, since I think it's because of the CD ROM, but when I removed the CD ROM from the MoBo, while booting, it says, (oh i forgot,) but it says something about BOOT Image corrupted i guess? i tried everything but I ended up re installing the OS, but i have to save very important files since it was saved on Desktop i forgot to back it up, so what i did is I re installed by NOT formatting the drive, it went well, BUT my PC became Extremeeeeely slow, it's like im working on pentium 1, because i was just trying to delete a single 200mb file and its duration is morethan 1hour, Yes! It's too much for AMD Phenom quad core, 3.2ghz, and 4gb ram. so i just copied the important files and tried formating again i deleted the primary hard drive which the OS will be installed, and til now on 3days reinstalling, its my 11th time on formatting, I can't get through on desktop without getting any error e.g Winmail.exe, ie4iunit.exe rundll32, etc. which it says it cannot be initialized or something, so i tried downloading the .exe and dll files, and i had to change a lot of permission settings to do that, anyway i think my problem there has been fixed because i tried restarting it and I didn't get the errors and it's speed is n... Read more

A:Windows 7 Ultimate x64 Installation Problems

Clean Install Windows 7

That seems like the best way to get a fresh start as we don't know what all is going on right now. you do need to back up your stuff to a external media of some sort before doing that as everything on that harddrive will be wiped.

Once you are set up and going if you would like you can come back and we'll help you find any drivers you may be missing.

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For two days I have been working at upgrading My Toshiba Laptop L855D 64bit from
Windows 7 Home Premium to Windows 7 Ultimate. I have purchased a DVD and I have a license key.

First time the computer tell me to go to Anytime Upgrade to do this, I went there and the computer tells me that it cannot use my key to input another key. After three times I gave up.

I decided to do a new install in a new partition, that worked OK even if I had to go and fish some drivers from the old installation.
The problem is that I would have to do a lot of work to add all the programs settings etc.

Now at the boot menu I have two items "Windows 7" and "Windows 7" the first is the New Installation and the second is the Old Installation, they both work.

To my surprise when I started the second item that should be "Window 7 Home Premium" it shows instead instead "Windows 7 Ultimate" and once it starts, if I launch SIW (This is a very good System Information Tool) it says that the system is:

___________Copied from Report ______________________________________________
TONY-PC (TOSHIBA Satellite L855D)
Windows 7 Ultimate
Name: Windows 7 Ultimate x64 Service Pack 1
Features Terminal Services in Remote Admin Mode, 64 Bit Edition, Media Center Edition, Multiproc...
Edition Type: Ultimate
Edition ID: X15-39644
Key Type: Retail
EULA: Retail
SKU: Ultimate Edition
Language: English
Safe Mode: No
Activation Status: Required
License Status OOB... Read more

A:Windows 7 Ultimate 64 Bit - Installation Problems

Can you post a screen shot of Windows Disk Management and a picture of the Window 7 Ultimate DVD?

Did you buy the disk online?

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Hello.

As you allready know, I got a installation problem. I recently bought Windows 7 Ultimate x64 setup because I wanted to extend my computer performace even further. I had a Windows vista Ultimate x32 bit system..
I downloaded Windows 7 Upgrade advisor and my computer was able to use x64 bit.

So I ran the installation and I chose custom installation because I wanted to delete all my files on my computer. Everything went fine untill the the first reboot. It rebooted and after the "Windows is Starting" the BLUE SCREEN OF DEATH poped up and said it there was a system problem etc.. I can't really remember the problem but it was something with 0x0000007 i think. I forgot to write it on a paper.

So I went back to the store and bought a Windows 7 Ultimate x32 bit. I installed it and everything just fine. I'm currently using windows 7 32bit, but I reaaaalllyyyyy want to use the 64bit!!

help?

I'm really sorry for not providing any picture of the problem.

A:Windows 7 Ultimate x64 bit installation problem

Hi and welcome.
Interesting problem. The only thing I would suggest is to reduce down to 4 Gig of RAM on in the initial install 64bit unstall. If this works out and you update your motherboard drivers as well as the other hardware drivers then try reinstalling the additional RAM.

This is just my idea of what I would do.
Let us know what happens.

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Hi,I downloaded a windows 7 ultimate 32 bit ISO,it came in a zip folder,I unzipped it,there are 7 folders,which folder do I burn to make a disc,or what do you do with all the folders?
Thank you!!
Ed
 

A:windows 7 ultimate installation disc iso

I downloaded a windows 7 ultimate 32 bit ISO,it came in a zip folder,I unzipped it,there are 7 folders,which folder do I burn to make a disc,or what do you do with all the folders?Click to expand...

This is the only known legitimate site for downloading Windows 7 ISO files.

http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-recovery

Where did you download that .ZIP file from?

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Did your computer come with Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit pre-installed in it?

Do you have a legitimate product key to activate it?

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I am not able to locate my DVD of Windows 7 Ultimate N x64 (English), so have resorted to looking for the ISO online. I have the official CDKEY.

Based on my search online so far, Microsoft seems to have made available the ISO of various versions of Windows for people to download and install with their authentic CDKEY. The version I am looking for is not one of them. The Professional N x64 version is available but I doubt that my CDKEY will work with it. Also I tweeted this question to @MicrosoftHelps and all they told me was to call Microsoft where I am located and to tweet back how it goes. Suffice to say I was very disappointed with such pathetic customer service, considering their XBOX support is really awesome!

Any ideas on where I can find the ISO file? Thanks in advance everyone.

A:Unable to find Official Windows 7 Ultimate N x64 ISO

You could just use this http://code.kliu.org/misc/winisoutil...al_utility.zip

From here, winisoutils - Windows ISO Disc Image Utilities

On that Pro version to unlock all versions on the ISO.

Just point it to your ISO and it will let you know it's removed, then you'll just get a window to choose what version you want to install during the install process.

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Awhile back when I needed to update my Win7 x64 to SP1 someone on here pointed me to the relevant MS web page for the downloads. A friend needs the download page for his 32 bit Ultimate download, can anyone point me to this please? He has a legal registration key.

Many thanks.

A:Where can I find the latest Windows 7 Ultimate from Microsoft please?

Here you go,

Windows 7 Direct Download Links, Official Disk Images from Digital River

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I JUST installed win 7 ultimate edition 64 bit retail version
{ 7600.16385.090713-1255_x64fre_client_en-us_Retail_Ultimate-GRMCULXFRER_EN_DVD }

im using quad core 2.33 ghz
4gb kingston 800fsb ram
GA-G31M-S2L gigabyte motherboard
1gb nividia 9500 graphic card

i installed the os but faceing problem with installing drivers .. 1. when i installed nivida drivers were already there { installed } although i dont know how ....

2. im facing problem with installing motherboard drivers .... please help ...im not much of a pc guy so pl explain in lucid language so i can perform that by maself ..

A:Windows 7 ultimate 64 bit drivers

You shouldn't have to worry about most of the drivers. Windows 7 has many legacy drivers it will install to get through the OS installation.

Make sure Windows Updates is on automatic and let it do the work for you. It will search for any drivers it needs. Be sure to check the Action Center (FLAG -- lower-right of screen) as there are some devices that it will ask permission first before installing drivers.

Regards. . .

jcgriff2

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Hi folks Having trouble with drivers for USB 2.0 and 3.0 after hard disc replacement. Many thanks Ian 

A:USB Drivers for Windows 7 Ultimate

 Hi, Intel USB 3.0 Driver for Intel 8 and U/Y Series Products (American, International)

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I installed windows 7 ultimate last night on my Toshiba satellite laptop and after it has finished installing it rebooted to activate windows but didn't start up again, I need your help on what should i do?

A:Laptop won't start up after windows 7 ultimate installation

and welcome to the Forum

What exactly happens when you try to start it?

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I had a retail version of the genuine edition of Windows 7 Ultimate edition, but I threw away the disk upon moving. However I do still have the CD key for it.

I'm wondering how I can do a reformat of the hard drive without a CD/DVD. If there's an official ISO file out there anywhere, I could just enter my CD key again.

I have no way of getting to the desktop right now because of BSOD on boot (please see my other thread if you can help!), so any solutions that involves actually logging into windows will not work for me.

Thank you guys so much

A:Reformat Windows 7 Ultimate Without Installation Disk

You can order MS Replacment disks from here:
Help and Support

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Hello,

After days of trying to search google for help, I have stumpled upon sevenforums and decided to post. So, recently, my hard drive became defective, and my computer would not boot unless I unplugged it, so I replaced it with another old spare hard drive (that works). Because of this, I have to reinstall windows again, and I have already formatted it.

During step 2 of the installation, the step after "copying files", I get this message :

"Windows cannot install required files. The file may be corrupt or missing. Make sure all files required for installation are available and restart. Error Code x080070570".

I tried this same CD on a virtual machine, and it works fine. Also tried resetting bios to default, but doesn't work either. I deleted all the partitions, except 1, but to no avail.
Any suggestions?

Thank you.

A:Error during clean installation of Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit

A shot in the dark here, do you need to load any drivers for the DVD/CD player?

I have a HDD + DVDRW attached to an PCIe<->SATAII addin card and I can start the boot from the DVDRW but after I get past the Loading files section if I do not load the SATA driver I loose connection to both the HDD & the DVDRW

I get around the problem by attaching a USB DVDRW drive just for the boot process

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Windows 7.0 was preinstalled on my Gateway desktop and did not come with any backup disks. I purchased and successfully downloaded/activated Windows 7.0 Ultimate. A year later my system became unstable and was advised to reinstall the Windows. In so doing, Windows was over-written and wiped out the desktop and other installed programs.

At this point I have re-installed all of these programs and was then alerted by Microsoft that I needed to activate Windows. The activation failed - "The Software Licensing Service determined that this specified product key can only be used for upgrading, not a clean installation".

I have checked the tower, as well the original shipping box for a label containing the product key for the initial Windows 7.0 without success.

Is there any way around now purchasing Windows 7.0 OS?
Assuming that this is what I must do . . . is there any way to download & install the 7.0 OS without having to rebuild/reinstall all of my additional programs?

Microsoft has informed me that I must successfully activate the OS within the next 8 days . . . HELP.

A:Activation of Windows 7 Ultimate following a fresh installation

See the workarounds here...
Clean Install Windows 7 with Upgrade Media | Windows 7 content from Paul Thurrott's SuperSite for Windows
- or simply try Operator activation.....



telephone activation (operator calls)
Click on the Start button
in the Search box, type
SLUI 4
and hit the Enter key
follow the instructions, but when asked which service you require by the telephone ansafone, do NOT reply - this should force an operator to respond, who can deal with you

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Hi all!
I have a processor that is capable of handling a 64 bit operating system. Right now I am currently running a 32 bit operating system. Is there any way I could install 64 bit Windows 7 Ultimate without erasing my entire operating system?

A:Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit installation problems

Unfortunately not. You are to perform a clean install .

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Hey guys, So I recently reformatted my hard drive and when I went to install windows everything went fine, It gets up to the first restart but then after that whenever it's Starting Windows my PC turns off for a few seconds then turns back on. I've tryed going in through Safe Mode but it stops after loading Disk.sys

ASUS Maximus III Gene Motherboard
ati radeon xfx 5770 1gb gddr5
4gb ddr3 1333mhz
1TB Western Digital HDD
i5 750 cpu
850w GameXStream PSU

A:Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit Installation Problem

A. What FULLY FUNCTIONAL operating system was your machine previously running?
B. What is the spec of your machine?
C.Did you purchase an official installation with license key and run the installation from boot?

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Dear all,

I have created this account to ask your help for installation of windows 7 ultimate x64 on a x64 laptop with uefi BIOS.

I have this laptop in less than a week, and needed to get rid of all the bloat-ware that is installed on the laptop. I also needed the extra disk space for other stuff.

So, i downloaded a legal copy of windows 7 ultimate x64, as this is a x64 machine.
It has a I7 with 8 GB ram, and a normal hdd, no SDD, as far i know.

The laptop model is Asus NV56VM.

I have problems in getting the hard-disk recognized in the installer.
So, i had formated the hole disk in to one big disk, including all the partitions.
I had this done with diskpart, and could not get the gpt converting in diskpart.

So, i booted in linux, activated gpt with gparted.
Get back to windows installer, used diskpart to format it to ntfs, and added a label to it. At the moment the disk is listed in diskpart withoud a drive letter.
When i run again the windows 7 installer after a reboot, i could not install windows (again).

I try to install windows from a usb pen, formated manualy to fat32, extracted the iso and copied directly to the usb pen.
After i had changed the *\efi\microsoft\boot to *\efi\boot\, as some guids here and else where mentioned, i could boot, but it provided me a error.
So, i altered some things as follows (i have tried this configuration with a usb pen formated to ntfs and fat32):

In *\efi\microsoft\boot i have a complete boot set, no renames ect. I had this done,... Read more

A:[WIndows 7 ultimate x64] installation on a asus nv56vm

very strange at all...

I have started the usb accidentally with normal bios, and just entered without selecting a language.
Guess what?? I was able to select the harddisk...
I think that this has to do with the fact that i was selecting this hole time Portugal as timezone and language.

It went bananas when i tried to install it. After this i booted normally with uefi, and did not changed the languages and country. All booted up correctly.

Ho well, now i am at the point of configuring windows and activate it.
strange strange...

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Hi all,

I recently bought an ASUS S56CM notebook pre-loaded with Windows 8 x64 and a lot of bloatware.
So I decided to download a clean retail version of Windows 7 Ultimate x64 (X17-59465), create a bootable USB and do a clean install.

What I did:
Create a bootable USB
Enter BIOS (UEFI) enable "launch CSM", disable "secure boot" and set priority boot to the USB
Works fine, I entered windows 7 installation and did the following:
1) Shift+F10, enter command prompt
2) diskpart, list disk, select disk # (my HDD), clean, format MBR, create partition, format NTFS and successfully installed my Windows 7 Ultimate x64 into my newly formatted disk
3) It restarted and continue booting into the same USB
4) so I realize that I should change the boot priority to my HDD
5) I tired putting my HDD to first priority but it still boot to the installation USB
6) So I decided to restore default settings in BIOS and "save & exit" (my mistake)
7) It rebooted but nothing happens, literally.
8) there is power, but the screen is blank (not black, no light at all)
9) I've tried to search for solutions such as inserting bootable devices such as USB or my Installation DVD, the machine will sound (attempting to run) for a while but die down and a state of clam resumes.
10) I've also tried holding the power button for 60second when power is unplugged then plug in and press power button but it did not work as well.

My default settings for BIOS are as follow:
SATA Control... Read more

A:Blank Screen After Windows 7 Ultimate Installation

3) It restarted and continue booting into the same USB
4) so I realize that I should change the boot priority to my HDD
5) I tired putting my HDD to first priority but it still boot to the installation USB



Removed USB at first restart.






6) So I decided to restore default settings in BIOS and "save & exit" (my mistake)
7) It rebooted but nothing happens, literally.
8) there is power, but the screen is blank (not black, no light at all)
9) I've tried to search for solutions such as inserting bootable devices such as USB or my Installation DVD, the machine will sound (attempting to run) for a while but die down and a state of clam resumes.
10) I've also tried holding the power button for 60second when power is unplugged then plug in and press power button but it did not work as well.



DISABLE Secure Boot.

Welcome to EightForums

1) Downgrade to Windows 7.
Downgrade Windows 8 to Windows 7
Warning you must have the uEFI/BIOS firmware setting in Step Three set.


2) If Using a USB Pendrive on a PC with a uEFI BIOS.
USB Pendrive need to be formated to FAT32 as in
UEFI Bootable USB Flash Drive - Create in Windows
Take note of Step 11 for Windows 7.
Also you will need to use a USB 2.0 port, as there are no USB 3.0 drivers in Windows 7.

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I completely formatted my computer to Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit from Windows 7 Home Edition x64, I put in the correct product key and then when I attempted to connect to the internet I couldn't because I don't have the correct drivers.
Back when I used to use Windows XP I put a little CD in and then installed the drivers from Device Manager but now with Windows 7, I put the CD in and I can't install the drivers. They show up with a tiny symbol with a yellow exclamation mark on it (it was like this too back when I used XP, but I had no problems then,). Does anyone know what I can do?
The uninstalled drivers are these:
Base System Device
Base System Device
Ethernet Controller
Network Controller
SM Bus Controller

Also, if this helps my laptop is an Acer Laptop.

Windows 7 Home Premium
AMD A-Series Quad-Core Processor A6-3400M - 4MB cache, 1.4GHz
15.6" HD 1366 x 768 pixel resolution - 6GB DDR3 SDRAM
500GB hard drive
integrated Super-Multi drive
5-in-1 card reader
AMD Radeon HD 6520G Graphics
802.11b/g/n WLAN
Gigabit LAN

I'm stumped here, any help would be greatly appreciated. When I right click and click "Update Drivers" it says there are no updates.

A:Windows 7 Ultimate x64 new installation with no devices found?

Have you tried using Device Manager to manually install the drivers? If you right click on the device in Device Manager and then click on "update drivers" you should see two options. The first option will search automatically for the driver, but the second option will allow you to browse your computer for the driver software. If you have the driver cd inserted you can then "Do a search for the driver in this location" and navigate to your cd drive. If the right driver is located on the cd, Windows should then "find" and install it for you.

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Hello guys,

Once more I'm here to get some help.
It's concerning a 1.5TB hard disk connected up to a Asus P5W DH Deluxe.

The disk was always partitioned as followed:
Partition 0: System preserved (100MB)
Partition 1: Windows partition (C: )
Partition 2: Music partition (D: 200 GB)
Partition 3: Backup partition (E: 947 GB)
Partition 4: OS installations from VMWare (F: 100GB)

Now I wanted to reinstall Windows 7 and deleted the partition 0 and 1 to "Unallocated space". Like always, I just click this 'space' and let Windows partition it as it wants itself. Always worked, but now it suddenly doesn't want to work. No matter what I do, i always get following error:

"Setup was unable to create a new system partition or locate an existing system partition. See the setup log files for more Information".

I researched it and many people talk about other hard drives being connected, iPod still connected etc. but that isn't the case here. I only have hooked up the PC with LAN cable, mouse and keyboard, monitor, DVD drive (SATA) and the hard disk (SATA). No other medium is inserted except the installation disk in the DVD drive.
Does anybody have a clue what this could be?

Oh, maybe some relevant information. I think it looks 'not good' but don't know for sure (not enough know-how about this part).
I started 'diskpart' within the installation and listed all the partition and got the following reported back:

Partition ### | Type | Size | Offset
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A:Strange error upon installation Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 x64...

Use the clean command prompt to delte the partitions, than remake no more than 3 partitions.
SSD / HDD : Optimize for Windows Reinstallation

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I got a new Corsair Force LS 120GB SSD. Had problems with CPU so replaced my old FX-8150 with a FX-8370 on a Sabertooth 990FX R2.0 board.

Used Rufus to Create my Windows 7 bootable USB device.

Installation and setup process loaded successful. Created partitions on SSD, did initial installation, until first mandatory restart.

After restart I get a message , set-up is unable to continue due to some kind of component registration failure. You need to reboot and try again. And it stay stuck after each reboot at the same point to finalize the installation.

Been using Windows 7 ultimate for 4 years now and it is the first ever time I had an a problem during the installation process.

Any help would be highly appreciated.

CPU: AMD FX-8370
MB: ASUS Sabertooth 990FX R2.0
Corsair Dominator DDR3-1866 RAM
Corsair Force LS 120GB SSD
Corsair H801 liquid cooling
CoolerMaster CenturionII Case
Zalman 1000W PSU
Gigabyte NVidia GTX 950 graphics card

A:First time ever Windows 7 Ultimate installation error

Where did you get the Windows 7 Ultimate iso file to put on the stick, did you extract it from a dvd installer, where did you get it from ?

Probably just need to be put back on the usb stick again.

I use this program, it works perfectly.

WiNToBootic bootable usb drive windows vista/7/8 - Bootable USB | Bootable USB

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I have an Asus Eee PC 1001PXB

Came with windows XP, my friend upgraded it for me to wndows 7 Ultimate. I cant change the res, and when i dwnload the drivers from asus it says does not support this operating system. Please help!

A:upgraded to windows 7 Ultimate and now cant get vid drivers!!

So friend just installed 7, but didn't install drivers for you?

many times the Vista drivers will work.
If theres no Vista x64 drivers drivers listed on the official site, Have you tried Windows Update to see if it finds anything? Many times it will.


Where did you get your copy of Windows BTW.

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Hey everyone, I am back again with yet another problem, it's been a while now. So anyways, I re-installed windows and upgraded from Windows 7 Home edition to Windows 7 Ultimate Edition. I installed it and everything, then I activated the version of windows to the Full edition with the serial number. After all this I checked my internet and found its not connected. Well the reason for this is because apparently I have no drivers in my computer. When I go to install them, obviously I cannot because I do not even have the network or ethernet controller driver. Can anyone please help me with this issue? How would I go about installing the drivers properly? I cannot install them through a USB because I do not even have the USB driver installed, I need to get connection to the internet somehow and just update/install them with the built in feature. How would I do this?
Thanks so much, once again!
~ C0R3O5IVE

A:Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit - No Drivers Found

C0RE 05IVE

When you installed Windows 7 Ultimate did you do a clean install or an upgrade from within the desktop ? Also what is the model of your PC or motherboard ?

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I bought a copy of Windows 7 Ultimate to reset my old HP dc7900 Minitower PC.
I'm currently on Windows 7 Enterprise x86 and want to custom install Windows 7 Ultimate x64.
The only thing is that there are no Ultimate drivers on the HP website for my PC:
HP Compaq dc7900 Convertible Minitower PC*-* Download drivers and software - HP Business Support Center
So my Question is:
Can I use Windows 7 Enterprise x64 Drivers on Ultimate x64?
Please Help me!
Thanks in advance

A:Can I use Windows 7 Enterprise x64 Drivers on Ultimate x64?

  
Quote: Originally Posted by xkons


I bought a copy of Windows 7 Ultimate to reset my old HP dc7900 Minitower PC.
I'm currently on Windows 7 Enterprise x86 and want to custom install Windows 7 Ultimate x64.
The only thing is that there are no Ultimate drivers on the HP website for my PC:
HP Compaq dc7900 Convertible Minitower PC*-* Download drivers and software - HP Business Support Center
So my Question is:
Can I use Windows 7 Enterprise x64 Drivers on Ultimate x64?
Please Help me!
Thanks in advance


There are win7 x86 drivers and win7 x64 drivers. No specific enterprise, ultimate, home premium

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why wont the drivers from the nvidia website work on my alienware m17x for my duel 280m

A:gtx 280m drivers for windows 7 ultimate x64

because nvidia doesn't like to support people with notebooks (well, they only support you indirectly, through the manufacturer)

go here: NVIDIA & Laptop News | Latest NVIDIA drivers and related news | laptopvideo2go.com

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I have installed windows 7 ultimate Bit os , but , all drivers are disappeared ,How can find video driver, wireless network drivers and sound drivers .

A:HP 510 NOTEBOOK PC drivers for windows 7 ultimate 32 bit

abozgul wrote:I have installed windows 7 ultimate Bit os , but , all drivers are disappeared ,How can find video driver, wireless network drivers and sound drivers .What was the original operating system?Sorry, but there is no support for Windows 7 available for your notebook. I suggest that you download and run CPU-z to find some information about your notebook's chipset and graphics onboard. Post it here. You will also need to post the wireless network adapter and sound chip PCI\VEN information. Your chpset is either a Intel 915GM or Intel 910GML.Southbridge is ICH-6MGraphics is onboard.Wireless is a mini-PCI module. You will have to identify it. It is in the same compartment as the memory module(s) remove the cover and memory module to see and identify the module.Audio is Conexant CX20468 How to use the Device Manager to identify devices without drivers:Click on the device you want to identify  and select Properties>Details>Hardware ids Write down the 4 characters after: VEN_(example:1002) and after DEV_(example :AA01) Once you have done this, you can check in the PCI\VEN database to identify the manufacturer and device. When you have that information you can begin Googleing for the drivers for Windows 7 32-bit.  You have found the down side of installing an unsupported OS. It does take work.  Best regards,erico

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Hello team,

I have installed windows 7 ultimate in HP dv5-1126em. My previous version was vista home which came with inbuilt.win7 already installed all necessary drivers at the time of install the OS and I manually installed VGA only. But when I checked my device manager there is showing 5 unknown drivers. There are 3 system base driver and 2 unknown. I tried many ways like driver max, Everest....etc for search drivers but I can't do that. Can anyone tell me, how can it fix? Please give me some instruction.
If you need screen shoot. I will provide you later.

Thank you,

A:How to Fix unknown drivers in windows 7 ultimate?

Hi Link2aavash and welcome to seven forums. If you read a members post by Jacee here. Then run the driver Downloads_PCpitstop libraries program it will show what drivers are missing. then post a screen shot and we'll help you find them. Please read the cautionairy note that is alo posted. 50 Most Recent Drivers from PC Pitstop

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Until a week ago I used to have an asus p5q se with two installation of the same os on two different physical drives, giving me a dual win 7 ultimate 64 boot. One for gaming, the other for my daws. But I killed it after it ate my fourth video card in two years. And in case anyone asks, yes I am 110% sure that I had two installation of the same os on my computer, one was on my seagate barracuda, the other on one of my two WD Caviar black 500 GB.

Since I changed my computer to an asus p8p67 evo rev 3, I am unable to install my os's like I had in the past. Each time I install one on it's appropriate drive, the other is unusable, unseen from the other os installation, and there's no boot manager coming up when I start the computer.

Help would be greatly appreciate it before I start axing this new computer

A:unable to dual boot 2 installation of windows 7 ultimate 64

Welcome to Windows Seven Forums.

Please post a screenshot of your fully-expanded disk management layout so that we can give you better help.

Screenshots and Files - Upload and Post in Seven Forums

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