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7000 to 7048 upgrade, no go

Q: 7000 to 7048 upgrade, no go

I'm trying to upgrade from 7000 to 7048.

But i only get " setup was canceled", "setup can't continue. Restart the computer and restart setup""

where can I find the logfiles and see what error it is?

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A: 7000 to 7048 upgrade, no go

Hi xtrem and welcome,

Are you trying to upgrade from a 32 bit to a 64 bit build or vice versa? If so, you can only upgrade from a 32 bit to a 32 bit or 64 to a 64, not 32 bit to 64 bit. You'd have to do a clean install for that.

But have you actually restarted and ran Setup again like it says? Sounds weird but you have to run setup, then it tells you to restart and run setup again. Do that and it should install.

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I started the upgrade and left the computer installing...

When I came back I saw a BSOD (0x0000007b (0x80786b68), 0xC0000034, 0x00000000, 0x00000000).

I restarted and saw 2 options (Windows SETUP and Windows 7).
Computer gone to Windows Setup again and showed BSOD again. So I restarted and got Windows 7 7000 again... (no changes made). I received a message saying that the upgrade couldn't be made and my original version was restored or something else...

I have no idea about the reason of the BSOD. Never had problems with 7000.

A:BSOD upgrading from 7000 x86 to 7048 x86.

always do a fresh... even if the "upgrade" option IS available..... doesnt take THAT long to install from fresh, and you wont run into the problems such as a bsod. Not to say that ppl dont do it, and it "works" ... from time to time.... just as a rule, always do a fresh.... eliminates ALOT of possible issues.... not too mention... this IS a beta.... upgrading to a beta, from a beta... is nonsense IMO

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I tried to install 7048 X86 over my X86 7022 installation, all seemed to go well until the pc had to restart after reaching 62% of transferring files, programs and settings.

On restarting, I repeatedly got BSODs, stating a problem with inspect.sys.

Just a heads-up folks, maybe it was the torrent I downloaded (allegedly!)

Very Best Wishes,

A:7048 upgrade glitch

Hi there

The torrent downloads shouldn't of themselves cause any problems with build 7048. If it is a bootable ISO then it's not the original Microsoft version -- the true microsoft version installs by using the setup.exe file.

You CAN make a bootable version of course --extract the boot rec from build 7000 or 7022 and use something like Ultra ISO to create a bootable DVD.

You can easily check if your download is OK -- the total size is around 3.32GB . - Most nasty viruses that "allegedly" come from torrents are usually contained in things like music or pirate videos.

Messing around with Windows isn't worth it to most of these "people" since to infect a Windows install so that windows will actually boot before doing something nasty is quite tricky. If you "hack it wrong" Windows if it even starts will just BSOD.

If you DO use a torrent have a look at the remarks that come with the torrent -- beware of just 1 remark saying torrent is OK. A lot of remarks together with a decent amount of seeders is usually a good sign.

In your case I'd probably download again. Now the leak has been out for a while you should be able to get better download speeds.

I'd suggest either your download package had an error in it or while doing the upgrade you didn't have enough free disk space available.

Once you've got it working it DOES perform very nicely --certaily the X-64 bit version does --even get photoshop CS4 to fly on a small laptop --... Read more

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I was just wondering if the new build was stable, and if it supports build 7000 drivers. Thanks.

A:Windows 7 7048 Upgrade or no?

It's been more stable than 7000 with me, it's up to you as it's your bandwidth for the download etc, but I would advise it.

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Hi guys
If you want to revert back to build 7048 without having to do a fresh install and re-install all your programs you CAN actually do an "Update" from W7 7057 to 7048.

You'll just get a Warning that the version is older than your current and that a device or two might not work --mine indicated the Motorola sm56 fax modem -- but I've got the driver for that anyway if I want to use it.

This leads creedence to the fact tha 7057 was "an Interim" build never intended for serious development use whereas build 7048 was actually part of the "True" development cycle.

Maybe my English might be mis-understood here -- I am NOT implying that build 7057 is a FAKE but just that it is a "testing" type build designed to check out certain parts of the process -- for example a lot of people experience longer install times before the Language menu comes up (perversly the better your gear the longer it takes to "start").

My advice would be that if you haven't installed 7057 don't bother --stay with 7048 until the next decent "leaked build" or the official RC1.

At least you won't have to look at the HIDEOUS logon screen.


A:UPGRADE from 7057 to 7048 Works -- Yes it does

I cant find any problems with the 7057 build?
It is faster and more stable than the 7048 build?

Thanks for the info also.

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Hi guys

Can someone confirm that it's a general problem or have I just got a bad D/L.

If I try and UPGRADE from W7 build 7048 X-64 to Build 7057 X-64 it starts OK but after a while (during the expanding files stage) I get error -- some necessary files for installation cannot be copied ......???

Clean install seem to wok.

HA1 and checksums of my iso seem correct.

Actually upgrading from a beta to another beta is not a goood idea anyway but I want to make sure that I haven't got a bad D/L before I try an upgrade from a Vista installation.


A:Build 7057 x-64 upgrade from 7048 x-64 fails ?

If 7057 is truely the RC, then it probably does not allow upgrades from a beta version.... but I dont know if that is the case yet as I haven't tried it yet.

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I have a Medion PC model PCMT6, Type MED MT 260A, System Model MS-7048, System Type X86-based, 3 gigabyte processor, running on windows XP. I am looking to increase my computer memory from 512MB to the maximum that it can have (possibly 2 gb ). What's the best and most compatible type of memory to purchase and how much extra memory will the PC accept.

Thanks for your help.

A:Memory upgrade question for MS-7048 Medion PC

Hi Bob Bee,

I work for Kingston Technology. I could not find your specific memory in our system; however I hunted down your motherboard and believe I found the right memory for your system:

It looks like your board maxes at 4GB. It has four available slots, so this means you would max out this board by purchasing (4) 1GB Memory Modules. You should upgrade this machine in pairs. So, buy two modules of memory at a time.

It looks like you need PC3200 DDR 400 Memory. I would go with ordering 2 1GB memory modules.

Do a search for PC3200 DDR 400 memory modules and you should find plenty of options. Be advised to purchase from a reputable manufacturer, because nothing is more frustrating than plugging new memory into your machine and finding out you received a dead product!

Hope this helps!

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I installed Win 7 x64 on a new computer, on the last day the beta of 7000 was available. I have Windows Updates turned on, so I thought I'd be notified of beta updates, but I just checked, and I'm still on 7000.

How/where do I download updates?

And can I install them over 7000? I assume so, since I've found messages detailing which drivers needed updating after installing 7048 etc., but I do want to be sure.

This is my first post to the forum - apologies if I've asked a question that's in the archive. I did search, but didn't come up with anything. Are there FAQs anywhere?



A:How do I upgrade from 7000?

You have to download the newer build from torrent sites, Microsoft has not released any new ones yet and they wont until May when they release the official RC1, you can upgrade to the newest build but some people have had problems doing this so it would be best to do a clean install. Another good thing about the latest build is that it wont expire until next year.

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Hello all,
I have a laptop computer, the first I have ever had, and I was wondering if you know if it is possibe to upgrade things on this system, from what I understand I cannot upgrade the cpu or the video card, which is fine as they are decent, 3.4ghz cpu and 128mb video card, however I want to add more ram (go from 1gb to 2gb) as well as add a larger hard drive, actually I would like to add a second hard drive if possible, but a larger one will do? Any ideas on how I could find out if this machine can be upgraded?


A:Can I upgrade my lapton, HP ZD 7000

When in doubt, go to the horse's mouth:


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I tried upgrading my Windows 7 build 7000 x64 to build 7068 x64. Some time into the upgrade and error message appeared saying that a file failed to install and thus the upgrade was unsuccessful. If it is something wrong with my iso image of 7068 please direct me to where I can get a good copy of 7068 via private message or in a reply to this post.

If you guys need the exact error code I can run the install again but I'm not going to if I don't have to.

Intel Core 2 Q6600 @3.0 ghz
EVGA nForce 790i ultra sli
Corsair XMS3 4094MB PC10600 DDR3 1333MHz
NVIDIA GeForce 8800 Ultra

EDIT: Solved, just had to run the install from a disc instead of a virtual drive

A:upgrade from 7000 to 7068 FAIL

If you had a working copy of the 7000 on you may have elected to install the 7068 to another drive or partition or simply wipe the 7000 primary to see a clean install of the 7068 build. The upgrading from one build to the next can pose problems especially when trying it with beta versions of an OS.

As far as any leaks you have to run your own web search for the most part along with looking out for "fakes". You are always taking a gamble with any torrent sites to start with. The exact error code provided here would certainly be more usefull since it may be pointing to another problem other then incompatibility issues.

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Is this okay? Has anyone done this? I read some problems in general when upgrading one version of Windows 7 to another, but is this common?


A:OK to upgrade build 7000 to 7057?

Nothing to worry about at all.
I have upgraded v7000 to v7022, v7022 to v7048, v7048 to v7052.
And if you do encounter a problem during the upgrade, it has a rollback feature that will take you back to your previous version.


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I have my dell inspiron 7000 series with 2x4gb ram modules installed. I was wondering if anybody knew which types of ram i could replace it with.If im correct the ram is pc3-2800 dd3L.Can somebody confirm.Also what is the max ram i can install.
From what i read online the max ram is 16gb so thats 2x8gb modules. What exactly should i be searching for on the ram?

A:Can i upgrade the ram? inspiron 15 7000 series

Hi amskhan,
The Dell Inspiron 7000 has 2 memory SODIMM slots on the system board. The system accepts a memory capacity ranging from 2GB, 4GB and 8GB. The memory type accepted is DDR3L 1600 MHz SODIMM only. The computer supports a maximum of 16GB of memory when installed with two 8GB DIMMs.
You will need search for memory with following details DDR3L 1600 MHz SODIMM

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Hi, It's Possible to upgrade mi HP Pavilion DV6 7000 CTO Quad Edition  Product Number A5F76AV from 16 gb RAMm to 32 GB RAM,??????Processor: Intel Core i7 3610QM.Motherboard: Hewlett-Packard 181E (U3E1)RAM: 16,0GB Dual-Channel DDR3 @ 798MHzGRAPHICS:  NVIDIA GeForce GT 650M DDR5 Thanks

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I have an HP dv7t-7000 series quad edition notebook with a 1600x900 screen and nvidia geforce gt 650m graphics card. I wanted to upgrade the screen to the full hd 1920x1080 screen and found this:


I decided this was the best fit because I got the manuel here:


My question is: Can I upgrade to this new fhd screen? Is it compatible?

A:HP DV7T-7000 Series Screen Upgrade

I dont see anywhere that says that screen will be compatible with your system, additionally i'm guessing this screen is of different dimensions.

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Hi all! Please advise which is less expensive to upgrade, RAM or 1TB drive? Have two choices, one is with 128SSD + 1TB & 8GB RAM an other with RAM 16GB DDR4 + 512SSD? It is $200 difference. Which one you would buy? Thanks in advance!

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I bought a higher speed router and ever since my wifi wont recieve a signal above 2 mbs.  i have other devices connected with no issues.  i have tried upgrading the bios and the firmware for the wifi card with no luck. my new router has 5ghz capability but the stock card can only recieve 2.4 ghz. My preferrence is to upgrade to a AC 5ghz network card, OR get the current card to operate the way it used to. does anyone have a list of AC cards that will work with my computer, or is there something with windows 10 that i need to modify in order for the reception to go back to where it was?   i even added a range extender to the house in case there was more interference with the new router and that didnt work for this computer either, but all my other devices are happy and moving at substantially faster speeds than before.  

A:HPdv6t-7000 wifi adapter upgrade

Hi, Your machine was built around 2012 therefore the chance to upgrade wireless card is very hard to none. You may need to update driver for the existing card. Since it is the CTO machine, which card in on your machine now ? Is it on the following list ? Atheros 9485GN 802.11b/g/n 11 WiFi and 3012 Bluetooth 4.0 Combo AdapterAtheros WB225 802.11b/g/n 11 Bluetooth Combo AdapterBroadcom 4313GN 802.11b/g/n 11 WiFi and 20702 Bluetooth 4.0 Combo AdapterIntel Centrino Advanced-N 6230 WLAN moduleBroadcom 4313GN 802.11b/g/n 11 WiFi and 2070 Bluetooth 2.1+EDR Combo Adapter (BT3.0+HS ready) for use only on computer models equipped with an AMD processor in BrazilIntel Centrino Advanced-N 6235 WLAN module for use only on computer models equipped with an Intel processor in JapanRegards.

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Hello everybody!
I tried installing the upgrade build 7057 over 7000 (x86) and it seemed to work fine. But then Windows 7 boots into the message "preparing your desktop for first use". It follows the message "Setup will continue after restarting your computer" and after ca. 1 Minute it restarts and does exactly the same. I tried that for about 5 times and it keeps doing that. No error messages.

Did anybody have this problem as well? Any ideas for troubleshooting?

Thank you guys!

Addition: I have just seen that people have problems with Norton 360, which I have installed, too. Maybe I can boot into safemode and remove Norton - I will try this tonight and report.

A:Upgrade 7000 -> 7057: Setup keeps rebooting

O.K., I tried the safe mode, but this gives me a message saying that I cannot use safe mode while in setup. And then I see the "Setup will continue after restarting your computer"screen again.

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I have an Inspiron 7000 2-in-1 that I just upgraded to Windows 10. Following the upgrade, automatic screen rotation stopped working, and I could not enable it since the button in the notifications area to do so was grayed out. I also found the checkbox to enable it in the display settings dialog, but after enabling that the screen still refused to auto-rotate.
Note that this function was working fine under Windows 8.1, so I know it can't be a hardware problem.
I then went into Device Manager and removed the two sensor devices, figuring that Windows would detect them and re-install the drivers for them once I rebooted. Unfortunately it didn't, and the sensor devices are still gone in Device Manager. I've never seen a version of Windows that didn't detect missing drivers for existing hardware following a reboot, and re-install them automatically.
Now, every option to enable screen rotation has disappeared, so Windows apparently doesn't know the motion detectors exist.
I've looked everywhere for drivers for these devices so I could install them myself, including the Dell support site using my service code number, and have drawn a complete blank. Where can I obtain the drivers for the sensor devices, or otherwise get this problem fixed?
Please help, a 2-in-1 is pretty useless if I can't get the display to auto-rotate. Thanks in advance!

A:No automatic screen rotation on Inspiron 7000 2-in-1 following Windows 10 upgrade

Well, seems I figured this out...
When you uninstall the sensor devices using Device Manager, Windows 10 does not detect them following a reboot and automatically install drivers like Windows would normally do for any other device (as long as you have that setting enabled in the "Devices and Printers" dialog, it's on by default), as I had previously mentioned.
This is because the sensor drivers for my model laptop (Dell Inspiron 7000 2-in-1 (7348)) are part of the Dell "Intel Chipset Driver" package. There's absolutely no mention of this on the downloads page, which obviously isn't very helpful:
Once I installed this package, all of the controls for screen rotation reappeared, but they were still grayed out.
Turns out the controls for screen rotation now gray out when you have the laptop open in the "normal" position, that being with the keyboard on your work surface and the screen tilted back as you would normally use any other laptop. Once you either place the laptop on tent orientation or with the keyboard completely folded back, those controls "un-gray" themselves and can then be changed. To the best of my knowledge, this was not the case in Windows 8.1, and it's an easy trap to fall into.
Live and learn I guess, but this isn't an obvious issue that's easily understood, or at least it wasn't to me. Hopefully this helps someone out.

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Have a brand new just delivered yesterday Win 8.1 Inspiron 15/7000 laptop. Completed Windows 10 upgrade this morning, Win 10 disabled Inspiron 15/7000 Touch Screen.  Where do I go to re-enable touch screen?

A:Windows 10 upgrade disabled Inspiron 15/7000 Touch Screen

Same issue.  After Windows 10 upgrade, touch screen does not work, even though driver says it is current (HID - Touchscreen).
Dell Inspiron 15/7548
Driver Version: 10.0.10240.16384

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No problems with a HP laptop. On this laptop my screen settings, color and text will not hold after
a reboot or restart. Screen information did not up date from 1703. Intel driver was just updated to   7/7/17
Wonder if this driver is too new ?

A:Windows 10 new upgrade to 1709 screen problems Inspiron 15 7000

Looks like that driver was too new. Removed it, and all is back to normal.

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Dear Dell Support team,
Could you help me, please?
I have just purchased below laptopInspiron 15 7000 Series 7559Service Tag: 7J828B2 
I try to install Windows 10 Professional to replace Windows 10 Home for my laptop but I can not.
How to replace Windows 10 Home by Windows 10 Professional on above laptop Dell.
Thank you in advanced for your support,

A:How to upgrade Windows 10 Professional for Inspiron 15 7000 Series 7559

Thank you for writing to us!
The system has been shipped with Windows 10 Home, the OS activation license is also for Win 10 Home Win 10 Pro can be installed but activation would requiree to purchase license from Microsoft We would not be able to dispatch media for Win 10 Pro or assist with activation as the system order is not inclusive of Win 10 Pro

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Hey everyone, I recently purchased an ADATA Ultimate SU800 256GB SSD and installed it in my Inspiron 7537. However, when I leave the computer on for extended periods of time the computer will crash and bluescreen, reboot, and the BIOS says there is no boot disk to be found. The strange thing is, the computer will boot back up with no issues after the power is turned completely off. 
At first, I thought this might be an issue with the drive itself, but I've tried multiple disk utilities (including CrystalDisk and the native disk utility in Windows) and they've all reported that the SSD is functioning. 
I've installed all the latest drivers from the dell support page, I've flashed the latest BIOS version, I've installed the most current version of windows 10 and verified the installation files. I can't seem to think of any reason for this to be happening other than the laptop is either broken or incompatible, both of which seem highly unlikely considering it was working fine before I instlalled the drive, and it is a newer machine and shouldn't be incompatible with a SATA drive. 
Another thing to note is, connecting the old HDD through USB via an external casing causes the issue to happen much faster, and sometimes will yield the windows recovery menu (suggesting it was trying to boot from the HDD)
Any ideas would be greatly appreciated! I've tried everything but I'm stumped. 

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hi all
Just doing my usual rounds this morning and something interesting has popped up.

DVD 7048.0.090219-1845_x86fre_client_en-us_Ultimate_EN_DVD

Its begining to do the rounds on the usual sites, so ill report back once finished. Hoping that its the real deal.

Please accept appologies if in wrong section or already posted.


A:Win 7 7048 x86

This is a real build of a 32 bit windows 7 build 7048.

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got pop up msg saying if i wanna keep using it i need to upgrade to windows 7 ultimate

i got 1 hour lol

can anyone help me out?

A:Activation 7048 please?

no need to crack (as such things are not allowed here), you need to upgrade to build 7100 aka the RC1 or anything higher. the current builds are 7264.


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I've switched out the factory installed single channel 8GB of DDR3L 1600 with dual channel 2 x 8GB DDR3L 1866 kit from Kingston.
In CPUZ the memory is reporting frequency and timings as the frequency and timings on the memory label. 932 11 11 11
However, in the BIOS, the memory frequency is reported at 0 MHz. Will this error in the BIOS be corrected in future BIOS updates?
My Inspiron 7559 has a Skylake I7 6700HQ cpu with the HM170 Express chipset which support DDR3L 1600 and DDR3L 1866 memory.  I would think the BIOS would be able to read the speed of the memory installed.
If a Dell representative reads this post do you think the issue of the BIOS not recognizing the speed of the memory installed will be corrected in a future BIOS update
Thank you,

A:DDR3L 1866 upgrade from DDR3L 1600 on I15 7000 7559

Dell does not officially support DDR3L 1866 in the Inspiron 7559... but I knew the chip-set and CPU did...
When I worked for Dell (Many years ago) I would always find that just because we didn't support something didn't mean it would not work.  But often it would not work right: just like the BIOS not seeing it correctly.
Thanks for letting me know that this config will work in my Inspiron 7559.

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It was uploaded last night...you can find it in the usual places.

A:Build 7048 x64 download available

Please do not post torrent links on this forum, most people are already aware of the location already and for anyone that doesn't all they have to is Google.

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I have just downloaded and installed Sun Java from java.com: Java + You (picked the 64 bit version), but it doesn't load when an internet page is trying to use it.

I have disabled UAC and have administrative rights.

Any suggestions to make it work?


A:Java on Windows 7 7048 64 bit

Quote: Originally Posted by woodyard


I have just downloaded and installed Sun Java from java.com: Java + You (picked the 64 bit version), but it doesn't load when an internet page is trying to use it.

I have disabled UAC and have administrative rights.

Any suggestions to make it work?


Hi woodward,

If you are using a 32bit browser you need the 32bit java

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I got x64 of build 7048 installed. Then got all my programs installed after that. Before I installed my programs, I activated windows. Everything installed just fine, no problems. So I leave for awhile about an hour, click on system and again, did the same thing when I had x64 of 7000 installed. Under windows activation it says "NOT AVAILABLE" on status. I just can't figure this out. Is there a program that can deactivate windows?

A:Deactivation of win 7 build 7048

Have you got a screen shot? Usually you only get that if you have used a hack to try to activate it permanently.

Could also be that the torrent you downloaded has been messed with.

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I have been using ORB Live to connect to my PC via Iphone as well as watch tv. I recently built a new computer with build 7048. Orb live and 7048 will not work together. I reformatted and installed build 7000 and reinstalled ORB and it works perfectly. I hope the RC will not have this problem, So far I really like WIN 7

A:Build 7048 and ORB Live

I recently upgraded from build 7000 to build 7077 and Orb will not work. Is there anyone using this software to stream live tv and other media to their iphone. Obviously somewhere between build 7000 and 7048 to 7077 there has been a change

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I have tried three both the ISO version and the version without ISO..simply files and folders...tried burning three times at slowest speed and such..but all three get a "CDBOOT: Cannot find NTLDR" I have tried it both on this desktop and also my laptop, with same problem...it sounds like there is a NTLDR file that should be on disk..but why would it only seem to happen to me?

A:W7 x64 7048 boot error

Well...Since Windows Vista, no ntldr file is used, and instead of it, the bootmgr file has taken its place...

My guess is that you're either booting to the wrong CD/DVD drive, or your BIOS has some unsupported settings.

The Windows 7 DVD contents should have only a setup.exe file, a bootmgr file, a readme.txt file perhaps and some folders, support, boot, efi, etc. If this is your DVD contents, then your BIOS has some wrong settings.

Try changing the boot order in your bios and/or resetting your BIOS to defaults.

To enter BIOS, in most cases you need to press DEL key or F2-F10 key at computer's first startup screen.

Hope it helps

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Here are some things i have personaly noticed in Windows 7 build 7048 x86, compared to Windows 7 build 7022 x86.

1. New brighter start orb

2. My radeon 9600 Series driver is now included and no longer pre-release.

3. There are new compatability modes includiong vista service pack 2

4. There are some new themes/backgrounds

5. There are new sound schemes

6. There are some new icons and small graphical tweaks

7. It no longer shows my (empty) FDD which is great as it stops the disk checking noise when i open explorer

8. Internet Explorer no longer says "Release Candidate"

9. I seem to be able to overclock more without BSOD on my old athlon xp 2600+

10. New more noticable flashing warnings in taskbar

11. It now says if you have any touch/pen devices in system

12. Windows update tried downloading/installing windows defender definitions that were previous to the version already installed, i updated to the latest manually.

13. I have had a strange "Homegroup Provider has stopped working" error after connecting via dial up.

14. New "Work" group? Not sure if this is new or not...?

15. The taskbar has been optimised so you can fit more icons on it

16. The “send feedback” link has been removed from the title bar of windows

A:Changes In Windows 7 Build 7048 x86

now would your recomend a fresh install or upgrade as i have build 7022 in it now

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Is it my install or is Sideshow missing from the control panel in 7048 x86?

A:Sideshow missing from 7048?

I can confirm it's missing, indeed.

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Hi, I would just like to share my experenice of over clocking and windows 7.

In builds <7048 i could only overclock my cpu (AMD Athlon XP 2600+) to around 2037MHz, anything beyond that and i would get BSOD on boot....

I started playing around agin after installing Windows 7 buold 7048 x86 and got some great results and have yet to hit a brickwall or BSOD...

I have managed now to overclock the 2600 to 2083 MHz (11.5 x 181) with no heat or stability issues at all.. whats more when i got to this setting and rebooted windows installed new cpu drivers (for2800+) and prompted a reboot, i done as it asked and now my cpu is recongnized as a 2800+..

Gonna push it further shortly, i managed only with win2k to get it a bit further than this without problems... lets see...

A:7048 Is Great For Overclocking..


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hi, new here

i have that problem and maybe you can help me out

i installed win7 few days ago (clean install) and it worked reat till today

now when it just getting stuck on a black screen after the blue "welcome" screen

all i see is my corsor and built info on bottom right

i can more the mouse but that it, it doesnt load windows

anyone know how to fix it?

A:7048 - black screen - win do not log in

Quote: Originally Posted by limneos

Hello Furball and welcome to SevenForums!

You could try the following:

1. Exchange the connectors on the back of your graphics card.

2. If you're using DVI cable to connect your graphics card with you monitor, change it with a vga one, or vice versa.

if the above doesn't solve the problem,

3. Boot again from the installation DVD and select Repair Computer when seen. Select your windows installation and press next. Open Command Prompt and type:

bcdedit /set {default} detecthal yes

Try all the above in the given order and let us know if anything helps

tried those suggestions too
got the operation completed succesfuly but nothing changed

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I searched the system but couldn't find this recognition program

All I get is the simpler version. Also the icon is constantly disappearing from the taskbar even though I set it to stay there through the options of the recognizer

A:Is this feature present in 7048?

Whoops, found it in accessories under the name "math input panel"

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Rumor smash: Windows 7 build 7048 does not yet exist - Ars Technica


A:Windows 7 build 7048 does not yet exist

hahaha, yea, i was a lil weary of the "look at the 'rc1' in the file"... rc1 THAT soon after a public beta? not even a month full of doritos mt.dew coulda kept them up and fixing everything and putting a wrap on it to RC1 when they arent even sure what is going to be included in the different packages yet, along the lines of features... is anyone's copy THAT close to an RC1 do you feel? I think this forum speaks volumes as far as that goes. Still a long way to go....... 2010 i say

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My fresh installation of 7048 stops at boot logo. See the pic. What could be wrong? I had the 7000 installed before (installed it from XP on the second partition), and my laptop is perfectly capable of running 7 (1,6 pentium M, 1 GB RAM, Intel 915). So what could be wrong?

A:Fresh install 7048 stops

You could have got a corrupted version of it. I take it your HDD Indicator isn't flashing? What you may have to do is make a bootable disc by using another PC and re-installing (but you'll probably have to re-download, because otherwise it'd be pointless). You'll have to reinstall through booting through the BIOS though, remember.

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Hi everybody

It's not that 7057 is bad or anything -- it's just that on 2 of my systems I seem to get better performance with 7048 (x-64) than 7057.

As people have pointed out "Unofficial" or "Semi" official builds may have all sorts of debugging info in them and might be geared to solving particular problems which won't (hopefully) appear in the "Normal Public" builds.

So the fastest I've had is 7048. I've tried them all from the PRE beta until t057.

I'm now abandoning any further "upgrade" installs until the RC1 appears whatever the torrents may bring.



A:Back to 7048 (seems faster than 7057)

Hello jimbo45.

To me that's what this is all about; finding what works and what doesn't and letting the collective (I like that term) know the outcome..... ...

Keep coming back, it works if you work it.

Later Ted

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I'm getting the following glitches on my screen whenever I click on a pinned icon on the taskbar.
I believe it's a graphics driver issue, I'm using the one posted at nvidia website for Windows 7 64bit. (181.71).

Anyone has the same problem?
I think with the default driver it doesn't do this, but I prefer the Nvidia one cause it enabled acceleration which the Windows Update one doesn't.

Note: I had to manually edit the screenshot to show you what I mean , cause when I press "Print Screen" , although I SEE the glitches, they dissappear on the saved screenshot (!)

A:Build 7048 graphical glitches

Hi Limneos,

You might try the 182.08 driver for Vista instead to see if it works better for you.

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Hi all, atm i'm using XP x64 edition and looking to install 7, yet i don't have a DVD burner.. could anybody help me install from HDD or is it poss to upgrade??? On my 1st hdd i have 4 partitions, 1 10gig completely clean. My 2nd hdd has 3parts, 1 with 40gig completely clean.. i also have a 2gig SD card. Would be gr8 to get this done..

Thanks in advance.

A:Looking to install 7 7048 x64 from hard drive

If you have a USB flash drive, you boot the .iso from that.

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Hi to all!

I want to download this version of Windows 7 but i dont know is fake or true!
Can someone tell me should i download this version or not!?
Here is the link:
Check on mininova site if anyone interest!

Windows 7 Build 7048 x64 (RC 1) Leaked

A:Windows 7 Ultimate - Build 7048 x64

You could do what I'm doing, and download it. By the time it's done there will be feedback on whether it's good or not. I'd bet money it's real, though.

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For some reason or another, anytime I open start menu, then click "All Programs", there is a pause for sometimes one minute before it even shows my apps, and it also creates other things to hang until it appears.
Anyone got any ideas? Ive had this installed before without the issue

Compaq CQ50-139WM Laptop
Windows 7 Build 7048 (64-Bit)
2GB DDR2 PC5300
256MB Intel Graphics 45EG Integrated Video

A:Start Menu Issues in 7048 64-Bit

Hello PotatoMan, and welcome to Seven Forums.

You might see if it is the Visual Effect settings. Uncheck the Animations in the taskbar and Start Menu option to see if that helps. You might also see if this tutorial can help as well.

Hope this helps,

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Well, I've installed Windows 7 7048 on two different machines and both of them are crashing when I open up media player.

Faulting application name: wmplayer.exe, version: 12.0.7048.7000, time stamp: 0x499e5537
Faulting module name: mf.dll, version: 12.0.7048.7000, time stamp: 0x499e6252
Exception code: 0xc0000094
Fault offset: 0x00264eb2
Faulting process id: 0xae8
Faulting application start time: 0x01c99d4c6604910f
Faulting application path: C:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Media Player\wmplayer.exe
Faulting module path: C:\Windows\System32\mf.dll
Report Id: a9240250-093f-11de-a86d-001c235b7f39

After I debugged it in Visual Studio it turns out it's an unhandled division by zero...

> mf.dll!69504eb2()
[Frames below may be incorrect and/or missing, no symbols loaded for mf.dll]
kernel32.dll!75c58562(... Read more

A:Win 7 7048 x64 media player Crashes

Nope, mine's running fine. Both 32 and 64 bit WMP. Did you upgrade install or clean install? Have you ran SFC yet?

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Since upgrading to 7048 this morning Ive not managed to get any office 2007 app to load. Are there any known fixes about?

A:Office 2007 not loading in 7048

The MS Office 2007 working perfectly and smoothly with Windows 7 ver 7048. Try again.

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I've been trying for ages to make a bootable ISO, but it just 'aint working. I have the Trial of UltraISO, but it's a bit useless as you can only burn up to 650MB, and I'm not paying ?25 for something that I'll only use once. I've tried using ImgBurn's method of setting a boot file from vLite, but when I try and load it up from the BIOS, it just says 'CDBOOT: CANNOT BOOT FROM CD : CODE 5'. I'm currently running a 32 bit version so I can't run it from Windows itself. I also don't have a USB stick that has 4GB capacity, and I'm not buying one as I don't need it. I've also changed the autorun.inf file a bit so not it just runs setup.exe, not splaat.exe. Whatever that is...

Does anyone know how I can do it? I'm not downloading another ISO file...Thanksss.

A:Windows 7 7048- making a bootable ISO

If you had a full version of ultraISO you could do it easy, could use the bootfile from another build, not sure what to suggest if your not prepared to pay for the needed tools.

Maybe there are similar free apps like ultraISO.

EDIT: i haven't tried but you can probably do it with vLite.

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These files were created by the Lilypond music typesetting program, they play fine with WMP from builds 7000 and 7022 or from previous versions of Windows, and WMP still plays WMA and MP3 files fine, but trying to play a MID file with WMP results in an error dialog containing Close and "Web Help" buttons and the text "Windows Media Player encountered a problem while playing the file". Clicking on Web Help takes me to the page Microsoft Windows Media - Web Help.

None of the reasons listed on that page seem applicable - sound device is fine as I can play other format files, and the midi files themselves are fine as they played ok on previous builds of Windows 7 and and play ok if I take them to another machine running WinXP.

A:Build 7048 WMP won't play midi files

Confirmed here (though I'll admit it really took me a while to find any MID files on my network to test with).

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