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Windows 7 Home Premium OA SEA Installation Media ISO

Q: Windows 7 Home Premium OA SEA Installation Media ISO

Dear Expert.
I have a laptop currently running on Windows 7 Home Premium OA SEA. Lately, The operating system was crash and i need to reformat this laptop. apparently, i found out our IT department dont have the installation media and i try to download from Microsoft
website, Link->(https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows7), After key in the 16-digit product key the website return an error page to me.
Is there any way i can download the ISO?
current OS version: Windows 7 Home Premium OA SEA
Laptop Brand: DELL

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Preferred Solution: Windows 7 Home Premium OA SEA Installation Media ISO

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I Have Notebook with Windows 7 Home Premium K (korea) 32 bit, and I want to change to Windows 7 Home Premium K (korea) 64 bit..
How can i get the Installation media for Windows 7 Home Premium K (korea) 64 bit ?
I have serial number in OA stiker for Windows 7 Home Premium K

Balasan forum technet

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I bought Windows 7 Home Premium from a Retail store. I got two disks in it. One is of 32 bit version and one is of 64 bit version. Can i install only one of them or I can install only one? Please let me knows guYz.

A:Installation of Windows 7 Home Premium

You can install only one at a time.

If you have a 64 bit processor and more than 4gb of RAM then try 64 bit first. Drivers are a little bit harder to find with 64 bit, although most drivers will be in the installer or quickly updated via optional Windows Updates.

Don't activate it until you're sure you want to keep 64 bit and not change to 32 bit.

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Hi guys,
I'm trying to reinstall Windows 7 Home Premium (64 Bit) back on to my laptop but can't find my installation disk. Does anyone know where I could download an ISO?

A:Windows 7 Home Premium Installation ISO

You can download a ISO image of Windows 7 at the Window Seven Forums.  You will need to burn the ISO image to a DVD to create a bootable disc.
This ISO download is legal, it was hosted by Digital River who is a distribution partner of Microsoft.  You will need a valid product key in order to activate this copy of Windows 7.
To burn a ISO file to a CD or DVD please downlaod ImgBurn and install it.
Insert blank CD or DVD into your CD/DVD drive.
Open ImgBurn, and click on Write image file to disc.

Click on the Browse for a file icon:

Locate the ISO file you want to burn, and click on the Open button.
Click on the blue arrow to start burning the bootable CD.

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i am using HP Pavilion dv6t-6c00 CTO Quad Edition Entertainment Notebook Model #: A1U59AV ; i recently (10 days back) formatted and re-installed windows from my recovery dvds. from that time, i cannot install updates to windows ; ie., the windows update screen searches for updates for days but in vain (network activity lights dont blink in my modem-router). i tried to install windows updates using offline installers but they continue to run for hours but in vain. i am using the builtin windows firewall with default configuration. also if i try to install dot-net framework 4 using offline installer (which is required by a 3rd party firewall and antimalware program) it gets stuck after unpacking and file-verification. i have followed the instructions posted at Windows Update Posting Instructions and then zipped the CBS folder and uploaded it CBS.zip. please help me. many thanks in advance.

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Two days ago i bought a Windown 7 home premium installation CD, so i decide to install it on my Windows 7 ultimate . Since my DVD Drive nor working properlly[ i dont know why.... i rarely use my DVD Drive ..... but still it can work properlly..], so i make a bootable usb windows 7. I try to boot on my dad pc and it works properly but went i try on my pc, IT FREEZE UP ON THE BOOT SCREEN : -

this what i mean by " boot screen", here where i get stuck......

Everytime i connected the windows 7 usb installation to my pc, it will freeze up on the boot screen, i manage to click the F12 but it never take me to the boot screen, it just freeze on the boot screen .

I try to make with different usb [ i try 4 type of usb with different brand..] still this problem not solve.....

It works fine on my dad & mom notebook but not mine......

So, could anybody help me....

A:Windows 7 Home Premium usb installation can't boot


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Hi everyone, I hope you can help me, this is a last ditch attempt at solving this issue, before I pay some one. I purchased a complete system from a shop here in nz, Along with the hardware I purchased a Windows 7 Home Premium pack.

I have built and installed many pc's over the years, and this issue has me stumped.

I built the system, and started to load the OS, after the first two installation bars, it went to the "starting windows" screen, where the 4 coloured balls turns into the windows symbol, and the system hung, so I goggled a fix, and preceded to turn off all non needed things in bios, and remove any non necessary peripherals, and pci cards. Reboot, and try reinstall. Success! or so I thought, now we get to the flower style splash screen with the bird, excellent!. NO Failed, hangs again. I restarted the install, this time in safe mode, hangs on disk.sys. So I tried a few more things, like new vid card, new HDD, new windows disk, new dvd rom, no luck. I try again, and I had some success, I got to the installation part, followed through with install to the part where you reboot, then it hangs again restart, this time at the black windows screen, with the pulsating windows symbol. I leave it overnight, just in case i am not being patient enough, and still no luck. By this point I have had enough, I cant complete the installation in safemode, I tried loading chipset drivers in the install screen and reinstall, still no luck. So i took the HDD out, a... Read more

A:Windows 7 Home Premium installation issues

Troubleshoot the problem driver (could be video, lan, sound) in Event Viewer or Diagnostics-Performance log and update or change out that particular driver.

A Bootlog may be necessary if not revealed in Event Viewer or Diagnostic-Performance log at Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Performance Information and Tools\Advanced Tools

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I have bit of a problem , I have the following pc which I bought 3 yrs ago , so I suppose relatively old Compaq Presario SR2125UK Desktop PC - HP technical support (United Kingdom - English)

Its running 2gb of mem , 140 GB , duo core intel proscessor ( I cant remember the exact speed - i suffer dyscalculia but I bought this when duo core pretty much just came out ( if that helps )back in march 07 here in the uk from pcworld with Windows preinstalled.

To recall how this happened aint easy and TBH has been recurring issues for some time that I managed to sort with antivirus software , but never truly sorted until i suppose it got out of hand ( fan whirling all the time ) and myself resorting to using the netbook i am on now.

At the time I thought it was just a bad virus that had somehow got in there ,so I tired various antivirus software like kapersky , spybot which helped up to point ( at least got rid of some viruses ) but for somer reason it never truly fixed and whatefer the issue was.

This actually started to happen if I recall by doing a Microsoft update so as result I just ignored it , as it just seemed to cause more problems too.

Tonight then I attempted to sort this ,using software I bought called Paragon disc manager . My idea was to just formart it ( thinking it would delete / replace anything else in there ) and then restore disc, but unfortunatley this did not work out as planned.

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A:Windows Home Premium Installation Issue


I have bit of a problem , I have the following pc which I bought 3 yrs ago , so I suppose relatively old Compaq Presario SR2125UK Desktop PC - HP technical support (United Kingdom - English)

Its running 2gb of mem as opposed to the 1 originally in there but other than and upgraded graphics card the same machine , duo core intel proscessor ( I cant remember the exact speed - i suffer dyscalculia ) and of course I cant boot up the pc to check and 140 gb if i recall .

To recall how this happened aint easy and tbh has been recurring issues for some time that I managed to sort with antivirus software , but never truly sorted until i suppose it got out of hand ( fan whirling all the time ) and myself resorting to using the netbook i am on now.

I tired various antivirus like kapersky , spybot but for somer reason it never truly fixed and whats worse was its was also not doing a system restore - which I dont think has ever happened to me before.

Tonight then I attempted to sort this , though I must confess I wasnt in the best frame of mind ( ill health plus 6 weeks of being stuck indoors thanks to weather you see )

Any how I got hold of this program called Paragon hard disc manager because i wanted a fail safe way to format the partition on my hard drive ( thinking it would help resolve whatever the funk was going on once and for all )

I also should not note i tried checking the intergrity or something like that , of the system files itself which of course I kne... Read more

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Hi all,

If it helps I have this computer exactly Amazon.com: HP Pavilion Elite E9140F Desktop PC: Computer & Accessories

I am trying to install Windows 7 64 bit and it goes through all the installation processes and then gets stuck at the "completing installation" screen. Somethimes it even goes black. I have left it on overnight thinking it was a long installation but still have the same problem. I have tried switching to the onboard graphiccs instead of the ATI card and still nothing. I have unattatched everything except my wirelsess usb mouse/keyboard and my monitor.

Anyone have a solution? My frustration level is going through the roof, thanks!

A:Windows 7 home premium 64 bit installation gets stuck a

Is this an Upgrade from Vista, or a clean install??

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Update 1 :When I turn on the Computer this is the display message I get , what does it mean?.I can still boot the Windows Installation Disc after that Display message by pressing F1 to boot. Is this why Windows isn't installing properly.

Update 2 [Recent]

I was able to bypass the Windows Installation Error 0x80070057 by following the guide step by step , I posted below , however I have encountered another issue. It shows me a warning sign with the message "windows cannot be installed to partition 0 disk 2". I will post a picture soon.
Error 0x80070057 when you format a hard disk drive to install Windows 7

A:Windows 7 Home Premium Installation Error...

Try cleaning the HDD first.

To clean install:
1) Clean the HD Drive, using Step one in this tutorial:
SSD / HDD : Optimize for Windows Reinstallation
2a) clean install with the OEM manufacturer's Recovery Disk.
2b) Clean Install Windows 7
2c) UEFI (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface) - Install Windows 7 with

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hi, i have an hp desktop. had a system crash and tried to reload windows home premium. installation comes up ok, and i have chosen custom. done this at least 20 times over 3 days, changing bios for booting order and everything i have been able to find in the forums.

i still cant get it to complete.

32-bit, original disk

please help

A:windows 7 home premium cannot complete installation, ???? help please

Quote: Originally Posted by k turner

hi, i have an hp desktop. had a system crash and tried to reload windows home premium. installation comes up ok, and i have chosen custom. done this at least 20 times over 3 days, changing bios for booting order and everything i have been able to find in the forums.

i still cant get it to complete.

32-bit, original disk

please help

Clean Install Windows 7
In which step of tutorial you get stuck? What happens exactly then?

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Cant install C ++ in windows 7 64 bit Pl help

A:Windows 7 Home premium 64 bit C++ installation problem

Visual Studio? What version? 2005? 2008?

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Hello All,

I am trying to run a Windows 7 Repair installation and the install is stopping because I have a more recent version of Windows than what is on my DVD. Which is true. I am running Window 7 SP1 and the DVD is just Windows 7.

I am following the tutorial here:

Repair Install

I basically chose an "upgrade" vs "custom" when I was asked about the type of upgrade that I wanted to run. The installation proceeded and then stopped and stated that I had a more current version of Windows than what I was trying to install.

Can I still run a repair install?

Thanks, Bill

A:Windows Repair Installation for Home Premium 7 64 Bit will not run

I've heard of this problem before.

Not sure, but I think the solution may be to download an ISO of Windows 7 with SPI, burn it to a disc, and then run the repair install from that disk.

Get the ISO from mydigitallife.info.


Let others confirm this as a solution. I'm just going from memory.

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I've seen a few posts similar to this one, but none of the fixes I found could solve my problem.

I built a computer recently and am held up by the windows 7 home premium 64bit installation.

My specs are as follows:

Intel Core i5 4670k
2x8gb kingston ddr3 2133mhz RAM
Corsair H100i CPU cooler
Xfx 750 W fully modular PSU
XFX double dissipation R9 290X
MSI ATX DDR3 2600 LGA 1150 Motherboard Z97 GUARD-PRO
Western Digital 7200rpm 1tb HDD

I am installing windows 7 home premium via a flash drive due to a lack of an optical drive.

I have gotten to various stages in the installation process, the furthest being the restart after copying windows files, expanding windows files, installing features, and installing updates. After the restart I see the option to open up my BIOS for a second, then the computer begins to load windows files. What follows is the windows 7 logo for a few moments, then the screen turns black, but is still on, and the computer is still running.

Initially assuming this was an amd driver issue, I removed the 290x which had been connected to my monitor via hdmi, and hooked up the monitor via VGA to my motherboards IO. I never got past the previous restart without the same problem.

I also often get stuck on the step: Copying Windows Files (0%)...
Whether or not the graphics card is installed.

If there is an apparent fix, it would be greatly appreciated.

A:Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit Installation Problems

Make sure you have written a fully intact ISO to stick from Steps 1 and 2 of Clean Reinstall - Factory OEM Windows 7.

Set HDD first to boot in BIOS setup, trigger stick using one-time BIOS Boot menu key, which may prevent the stick from starting after reboot. If not unplug it.

Let us know how this goes, then if necessary continue the steps for Overcoming Windows 7 Installation Failures - Windows 7 Help Forums

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Hello, I decided to start from scratch.

I have backed everything up. I managed to set up RAID 1 using two of the drives using the Intel RAID controller. I set up two partitions (Windows and Documents). I configured the Windows drive as a primary partition.

When I try to install Windows Vista Home Premium edition (using a Asus P5K-E/Wifi-AP Motherboard (Socket 775)), it hangs after the computer restarts for the second phase of installation.

Could someone please suggest what I must do to resolve this problem? Also, should I configure my drives as RAID or AHCI?

I just flashed the BIOS with the latest version, then deleted the partitions created by Acronis. I then deleted the RAID 1 setup and recreated it. Then went through Windows Vista installation setup. Got to the part where you choose where you want to install Windows and picked the unformatted C: drive. This went well, then I got to phase two (Installing Windows) again, when it hung once more.

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My problem is on an old pc I upgraded the hard drive with an ssd 120gb so I had to do a fresh install.
Evrything was smooth and fine till Windows had to start updates,first of all i had a problem after update the windows Updater but i fixed that one and had 200+ of windows updates to do.So I tried to update all together and i tried few at a time.The problem that I have is that I can only boot windows F8 disable driver signature,if i dont do that i cant load even safe mode.

Spec:Mobo: Asus P5KPL-VM
CPU : Intel Duo Core E2180 2000GHz conroe
RAM: 4GB duall channel 800Mhz
HD : SSD Adata 120 GB
Graphic: Nvidia GeForce 9600 GT
OS: Windows 7 HomePrimium SP1 build 7601

Few troubleshooting I did was tried fresh install of WIndows from different CD,from USB same ISO. to exclude bad install
I tried the BCDedit comands to disable driver signature,didnt worked.Tried the BSDedit command for test mode this didnt worked either,although after using F8 and disable driver signature windows laod in test mode.
run sigverif and it shows 51 drivers not signed,checked few of them and its windows drivers.
Tried Graphic card drivers,didnt notice any problem with them.
Asus provides me with win 7 64b drivers for chipset and Audio.Flashed BIOS to latest one.Tried also windows,didnt worked either.
Then i tried to boot windows by F8 and Not restart after failure.I got BSOD Fatal System Error c000021a

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A:Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit fresh Installation problem

I don't understand why you're having such problems on a win 7 installation.
I would say that your installation disk isn't original or is corrupted.
Download a Win 7 installation iso disk: Microsoft Windows and Office ISO Download Tool

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After repairs and installation of a new hard drive I am unable to connect with my HP LaserJet 5MP. I have installed a Gigaware 6 foot USB-A to Centronics Parallel Printer Cable and installed its software. I also got Windows to find the 5MP driver but removed the printer when I found it did not work and tried reloading and finding it again.

It seems that you cannot choose add a printer with usb as "Windows will find it". It does not seem to be locating it when selecting add a device. I mistakenly chose the first time to add a printer and that is when Microsoft did find the driver.... but again it says not to choose "Add a local printer if you have a usb"

The printer will produce it's own test page.

A:HP LaserJet 5MP installation issue with Windows 7 Home Premium

Has it ever worked using that cable and converter?

I've not had any luck using USB to parallel converters. So that would be my first suspect.

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Hi All,

I'm new to these forums. New to Windows 7. But an old computer guy. So I know when I need to ask for some help.

I had an old HP laptop running Vista and the the video died but, the hard disk was still good. The computer itself was not worth repairing. I replaced it with a new Dell XPS running Windows 7. I took the old hard disk and installed it into an external USB enclosure. I can plug it into the new computer and transfer the data easily.

But what about the applications, application data, user settings, etc...

Any help and direction would be appreciated!


A:Transferring Old Vista Installation to New Windows 7 x64 Home Premium

You'll need to reinstall programs.

I would also not import AppData settings as they are a corruption path into a new install. You'll want new settings for new installs anyway.

The exception of course is importing your mail and possibly settings for Windows Mail, Office outlook, etc.

Here are tips to Clean up factory bloatware to tame the preinstalled crapware including useless Dell utilities which have much better versions built into Win7 itself.

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My problem is the following : On my Dell laptop (Inspiron N5010) i installed 2 antiviruses (avira and norton) and suddenly after this, my pc kept crashing (blue screen and all).
The way i was able to fix this was simply by running diagnostics and restarting the computer.
After a week, the computer completely failed, the blue screen of death appeared this time, i had to reinstall windows 7. I didnt know how to, so we called an experienced pc guy who fixed it, using a windows 7 professional 64 bit (instead of home premium) disc as boot. All was fine, until a week after the guy had done this : The computer shutdown suddenly and i was unable to access anything, except the bios menu (and window 7 logo ).
I then used the same disk the guy used (he gave it to us) to reinstall the os.
I did the steps as he did (i promise), but the installation got stuck a 14 %, and said : Error 0x8007045D invalid file or...etc...
I searched on the internet and othe forums, and found the following answers :

1--> The ISO file i used was corrupted
2--> My HDD was broken

So, i kept trying to fix the 1st problem, with no success ( i downloaded at least 4 different windows 7 home premium 64 bit isos and tried to install them with usb)
But same failure : error 0x8007045D
please advise me what to do, what steps i should do to try and make one of the isos work, because abandonning the HDD will be the last thing i will try :/

Thanks to all that have read this !
My hope lies on you !

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A:Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit ERROR 0x80070057 at installation

Never run two AV's, especially when one is Norton Bloatware.

I would uninstall both as a test and install recommended Microsoft Security Essentials.

You'll need to run the special uninstall tool for grossly bloated AV's: Uninstallers (removal tools) for common Windows antivirus software - ESET Knowledgebase

If this fails then try to System Restore back to before you installed the two AV's when it was working correctly.

If that fails then download, install and decline trial for Malwarebytes and SUPERAntiSpyware - Downloads
then run full scans with both.

Folllow that with SFC /SCANNOW Command.

Report back all results.

Then look over the steps for doing a perfect Clean Reinstall Windows 7 which includes everything that works best with Win7 based on tens of thousands of installs we've directly helped with here at the top tech forums.

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While updating HP Active Support Library in windows vista home premium it downloads and checks for space allocation and then gives me Error 1316.A network error while attempting to read from file c:\windows\installer\HP active support library.msi Then after the rolling back action I receive Error-1603-Fatal-error during installation consult windows installer help (msi.chm) or msdn for more information. I have tried to go to the latter but have been unsuccessful in eliminating this problem. Is there anything that can be done short of restoring my laptop back to its original out of the box settings?

A:Receiving Error-1603-Fatal error during installation of update for the home support library in windows vista home premium

Worth reading, IMO: http://www.zolved.com/synapse/view_content/20113/Error_1316__A_network_error_occurred_while_attempting_to_rea


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Hey All,

So I am pretty sure that my Windows 7 home premium installation has become corrupted somehow. I've just noticed thins not 'working' well and have been experiencing more and more BSODs over time.

I have ran many disk / system file checks (sfc /scannow), and it states that there are certain files that are corrupt but cannot be repaired.

When I try to run a 'Startup Repair' from my Windows 7 DVD it is unable to find ANY Windows Installations, which concerns me.. and therefore leaves me no options to fix.
Yesterday, I decided to try and do a 'upgrade' repair from the Windows 7 DVD in hopes that it would completely clean/replace all system files.

It took forever, but finally upgraded. All my files remained (which is what I wanted), however, nothing seems to have changed.

When I tried to do the startup repair, it still dosen't find any Windows installations on my system.. which makes NO SENSE.

Obviously I have a working windows installation, since if I take OUT the Windows 7 DVD, it will boot normally, and things seem to be working (other than a few weird glitches/ BSODs everyonce and a while).
Can you please help me with the following:

1). Is there some 100% method to see if my Windows 7 Installation is corrupted / not working right?
2). If Startup Repair dosen't recognize any Windows installation, does this mean my installation is corrupted?
3). Is there anyway to fix the Startup Repair?
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A:Windows 7 - Home Premium x64 | Startup Repair System Installation

Why not invest now in a perfect Clean Reinstall - Factory OEM Windows 7 which you can then save after setup as a backup image and never have to reinstall again.

You'll get and keep a perfect install to the extent you stick with the tools and methods in the tutorial.

Otherwise post back a screenshot of Disk Management - Post a Screen Capture Image - Windows 7 Help Forums.

You can sometimes force Win7 install to show in WinRe by running these steps How to run the Bootrec.exe tool in the Windows Recovery Environment to troubleshoot and repair startup issues in Windows.

But we need to make sure the correct partition is still marked Active so post back the screenshot first.

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So I'm trying to install Windows 7 on my notebook through a USB boot but I keep getting the ?Setup was unable to create a new system partition or locate an existing system partition.? error no matter what I try. I've read other threads in hopes of getting help but nothing seems to work for me. My notebook has no CD/DVD drive so I've been using a USB flash drive boot which I created using bootcamp on my macbook pro.

Here is are screenshots of where I'm stuck, disk part and details of disk 0 (HDD):

My notebook has no OS now so I'd really like to get this fixed!


A:Windows 7 Home Premium installation error with system partition

Hello emsetsfire, welcome to Seven Forums!

Have a look through the information below for some additional ideas and be sure to post back with any further questions you may have and to keep us informed.


As a start and to rule out format errors up front, boot the Windows 7 installation media to diskpart and run the clean command, once the clean finishes, exit diskpart and use the Windows 7 installer to create and format a single 100GB partition to do the install to.

If that does't work, after another clean, use diskpart to create, format and mark Active a single 100GB partition to see if that works, use Step #2 in the SSD/HDD tutorial for reference.

Once the clean finishes, exit diskpart and use the Windows 7 installer to create and format a single 100GB partition to do the install to and be sure to post back with any further questions you may have and to keep us informed.

After you have copied out or made back-ups of the data you need to external media and want to start fresh with a clean installation or clean install with an upgrade version of Windows 7 have a look through the information below and be sure to post back with any further questions you may have and to keep us informed.

It may be a help to over-write the HDD Master Boot Record (MBR) before you start any other procedure using the diskpart clean command, rather than the clean all; it takes just seconds to complete so you will have "unallocated" space to use ei... Read more

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Set the machine up, plugged it in via direct USB connection to the computer. The printer seemed to install correctly, as Vista regnized the model and the popup in the system tray indicated that the drivers had been successfully installed. The printer appeared in the Printers folder. Printing a test page resulted in the error message "Test page failed to print. Access is denied." Printing also failed from all applications (Word, Excel, Firefox, Acrobat...) Error messages ranged from "Unknown Error" to "There are no printers installed." There does not appear to be any spooling occurring, as the printer icon never appears in the System Tray, not even for a moment.

Can anyone please help me on this, this is the second printer im setting up, i just returned a canon pixma printer yesterday thought it was a driver issue not compatible with vista but it is also occuring to my new epson nx 330 series

A:Printer Installation Error in Windows Vista Home Premium x64

2 things to check.

1 Is the spooler service started?

To do this click on your window start orb then type in services.msc in your "start search" box.
click on nam,e to put everything in alpabetical order and press P. Ensure Print Spooler has been enabled.
Next ensure that you have installed the printer as administrator.

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My laptop didn't come with the recovery disc. I have a blank HD with no recovery partition. Are there any options to freely obtain the install media? I have the license sticker on my laptop.

Thank You!

A:Install Media - Windows Home Premium 64Bit

You can order the Microsoft official OEM Recovery disks from the ASUS OEM manufacturer's website.
Essentio Recovery Software

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I am so frustrated, I can't even find someone with my kind of problem online. Its really affecting my use of the internet and my business.

Recently I discovered these problems

*my encarta 2009 opens but when i open an article, it says "windows media player is not installed on this PC. go to blabla to download the latest version" (something like that) But WMP is installed and plays music well.

*firefox usually asks me to install WMP plugin and then asks for a manual instal or something

*yahoo messenger doesn't show sent messages in the im window. When I'm typing, its showing what i'm typing, but then I press enter and the message doesn't show. I get replies and they don't show too.

*internet explorer 8 and other trident engine browsers didn't open hotmail then I downloaded IE9, could it be IE9 disabled some addons or something?

I removed avast and installed bitdefender antivirus pro 2011 recently, but Ion think its the problem.
I've uninstalled and reinstalled encarta and THE ANTIVIRUS and lot of other programs that had problems then I discovered ymessenger and knew the problem is just not with encarta.

I've also put off and on windows media player in windows features so many times.

I deleted system restore points before I discovered the problem, so I can't restore.

I don't know what I did or didn't do.
-I don't use WMP as my default media player
-I have cometplayer as default just to test newly downloaded music
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Media Player will not recognize or format a new disc

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Media Player will not recognize or format a new disc

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Following the Windows Update Posting Instructions I have met a difficulty in that I see the maximum zip file upload is limited to 8MB. My CBS.zip file is 27.2MB and I would appreciate advice of any steps I should take before proceeding further.

I have installed the System Update Readiness Tool and the installation of KB976932 fails with the display of error code: 8024200D.

A:Windows 7 Home Premium Installation SP1 Fails Error Code:8024200D

This image shows the contents and file sizes of my CBS folder
Attachment 268353

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I have been trying for a few months now to install my my Lexmark X1185 all in one printer (printer, scanner, copier-X1100 series), which I used to use with my Windows 98 computer, on my new Gateway Laptop which has Windows Vista Home Premium on it.
The computer's # is Gateway T-1625 Notebook PC, with Windows Vista Home Premium, and the processor is an AMD Turion 64 X2 Mobile TechnologyTL-60 2.0 GHz, 512KB x2 L2 Cache, HyperTransport technology at up to 1600MHz. The ports/ connectors are 3 USB, 1 HDMI V1.2, 1VGA, 1 Headphone, 1 Microphone, 1 Kensington Lock Slot, 1 AC Adaptor.
I just gave you as much info on the computer as I could. Now please understand that I know almost nothing about computers, and I use this mostly to surf the web and for fun. I've tried to download the driver (program cjrX1100EN.exe) from the Lexmark support site, and my computer wouldn't accept it. I've gone to the support site at Lexmark.com, and chatted with someone, and their advice didn't help me.
Isn't there an EASY way to get my computer to accept this printer? I'm basically computer illiterate, but this printer is pretty much in perfect shape. I hate the idea of getting rid of it, and having to buy a new one just because I bought a computer that has Windows Vista on it.
If there's anyone who can help me, please speak to me in the simplest terms possible (like you're teaching a baby how to do something for the first time), because I don't understa... Read more

A:Lexmark X1185, Windows Vista Home Premium Easy Installation Help????

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I have Windows 7 premium in my Laptop, i urgently need Windows XP installed as i have some software that only run in XP, some PLC software only run in XP platform.. no way except installing XP
I'd like to install windows XP in another partition in my hard disk , so i can have 2 dual boot..
Wen i start doing this , the process going and computer boots form the CD and in one stage i get blue screen that does not allow me to complete the installation ..
is there any help would be highly appreciated

A:Windows XP installation as dual boot with Windows 7 Home Premium

The ancient XP CD doesn't have modern SATA drivers so can't see your hard drive. Easiest solution is to virtualize XP in Win7 using freeware like VMWare or Virtual Box.

The only way to insert the SATA driver if you can find it for your SATA controller if you still have a floppy drive SATA Drivers - Load in Windows XP Setup on Dual Boot or you can try slipstreaming in the XP CDr: SATA Drivers - Slipstream into Windows XP CD.

Then shrink the C partition, boot XP CD to create and full format the partition in the shrink space, install there. Dual Boot Installation with Windows 7 and XP

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Dear all,

i am newbie to this forum.i came to know about this site from my friend.
i was looking for a solution for my issue for past 3-4 months for the solution of Installation Problem of MS Office 2007 SP1 Update on Windows Vista Home Premium.

please find attached file of windowsupdate.log for the error report.

advance thanks to all.


A:Installation Problem of MS Office 2007 SP1 Update on Windows Vista Home Premium

I would say that the simple solution is probably to do a repair install of Office 2007. There is, however a KB that addresses this problem for Office 2003, which may apply to 2007: How to troubleshoot common Windows Update, Microsoft Update, and Windows Server Update Services installation issues

Hopefully that helps.

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I have just started to set up Windows Media Center on my new Vista computer
However halfway through scanning for my music I knocked the keyboard and it stopped with only half my songs added
Cant find a way to sort it out and delete the ones added and start again
Found out it could be the .wmdb file I have to find and delete?
Is that so as just can't find it on the computer.

A:Vista Home Premium - delete Windows Media Center library files?

You can tell Vista to scan again and it will find the missing files.

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Using W 7 Home Premium. AVG 2011 Free. Windows Media Player 12.

Hello Everyone!

I am a little concerned about this question, as it may be construed that what I am trying to do may be called 'pirating.'

I have been loaned a CD-R from a friend who has copied 113 tracks lasting for 7.8 hours onto it, (El Barrio - Discografia, probably a compilation of all music from all 10 or 11 CDs)

I have my WMP 12 set to automatically rip a new CD.

The CD will play in WMP 12, but I can not find a way to copy it when I put it in the tray.

It shows all the tracks, and their names, but there is no "RIP" button at the top or any indication under any of the tabs how to rip it.

My conclusion is that WMP will either not copy a CD that has been made privately by somebody. (This is the first privately made CD that I have tried to copy/rip) or, there are too many tracks and WMP does not like this!

I would like to know if there is a way that I can rip it or copy it to my Music file.
If what I am asking is considered to be "Illegal" or "Improper" please inform me and I will withdraw the question.

A:Cannot rip CD in Windows Media Player 12Using W 7 Home Premium. AVG 2011 Free. Window

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I am having HP pavilion DV2122tu LapTop.Which comes with windows XP media centre.
I had installed a clean copy of windows Vista home premium by using using upgrade utility disc and operating disc provided by HP.
Every thing went alright but after installing windows vista home premium. I came to know that my inbuilt Hp webcam icon missing and i am not able to use it further.
in addition to this HP quick play icon also missing from program list and even not working through quck play keys provided at top of key board.
another problem which i found recently is when i connect headphone to the socket provided for the same sound comes from both headphone and laptop speakers.
Rest were fine with Windows Vista regarding Speed and features.I am satisfied with performance of vista and want to stick withn it if all of the above get solved.

The deatails of my laptop are:

Model: HP Pavilion dv2122tu
Processor: core2duo t5200, 1.6GHz
RAM: 1.5 GB
Graphics Card: 128 MB

if anyone can provide me the solution for the problems stated above.please do reply.

A:Problem after installing a clean copy of Vista home premium from Windows media centre

Could be hardware compatibility issue. You should call HP and see if there are any incompatibilities in vista that is related to your Webcam.


What version of quickPlay was is it? QP version 2.3 is only XP compatible. Vista is only compatible with version 3.0 or later, therefore if the version you have is below this then an upgrade is required.

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I am new to vista home premium I don't use these players very much but to play videos via camcorder recordings and pictures from my digital camera wich one is easier and less trouble or do I need both.I do play alot of music is there a better way than iTunes and quick time.Can one of these programs Media Center/Mediaplayer11 do it all,including downloadind and installing on my iPod nano Thank you in advance I apreciate any input

A:Home premium+ media ctr. or media player

How come I no longer get an email when I get a answer to my forum I changed my OS only I did not change anything on TSF settings.and now I don't get an email telling me that someone has re.to my question

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I'm in a similar situation as this guy:

except when I boot up my disk, I only get to the 2nd step:

2) Progress Bar:
The next screen is a more graphical progress bar indicating Windows 7 is still working in the background.

it wont go past this screen.

The same thing happens when I boot it up normally(without the disk for windows 7 home premium), only with the disk in it has the windows 7 rather than the vista look.

Does anyone know what is causing this problem?

A:Solved: Replacing windows vista home premium with windows 7 home premium

You've got this thread started too http://forums.techguy.org/windows-vista/1008564-laptop-hangs-loading-bar-screen.html

Is that one now solved too? You've marked this one solved, could you explain how you solved it in case others need to solve the same problem sometime in the future?



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Greetings Tech Support Guy, The computer I wish to purchase has Windows Vista Home Premium preinstalled, with a ticket to purchase an upgrade To Windows 7 Home Premium.
As I wish to use Windows 7 immediately (without bothering with Vista Home Premium) can you please advise, in detail, how I can delete Vista completely and install Windows 7 with minimum fuss.
All help greatly appreciated,
With Best Regards

A:Replacing Vista Home Premium with Windows 7 Home Premium

When you get the Vista DVD, boot from it and choose Custom "advanced" installation. Then highlight the partition you want to put 7 on (preferably the Vista partition) then click "delete" (be careful which partition you choose) once the old Vista partition is deleted, be sure the new unallocated partition is highlighted and hit next to continue installing 7. Here is a screenshot, your partition structure may be slightly different.

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I ran into a little problem while trying to install Vista Premium 64 bit on my system. I booted from the dvd and I was prompted that If I want to install the upgrade version I need to install from Windows. So I canceled the install and and tried installing through Windows and that didn't work either. I was given a message that said "To install Windows try booting from the install media". How do I exactly do that?

A:Vista Home Premium Installation

Hi pso 20,

Welcome to Vista x64 Forums.

Going from a 32 bit ot 64 bit version, or the other way around, requires a clean install. If you have a upgrade version of Vista, this gets complicated just a bit. This will show you how to do a clean install with your upgrade version of Vista.

Clean Install From Upgrade Vista

Hope this helps you,

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Hey, Ive got the parts, and trying to setup my first self made system :D

The way pre-builts are I dont fancy another fail-box.


Ive got the following.

Seagate Barracuda 7200.11 500GB.(<- I think ...)
Gigabyte P35C-DS3R
4G Cosair XMS2 (2x2) [Upping to 8 later, dont know why..]
Nvidia 9800GT 1024mb
Q8200 CPU
Then the usual SATA disk drive, no floppy, a flash mouse, fans .. whatever.

Its boots up, so I try to Install "Vista Home Premium SP1 (OEM) 64BIT"

I select the language, product key is fine ..

Then it wont detect my SATA hard drive.

This has confused me :S

I think it may be I need drivers, but saying that the drivers should be on the motherboard already. So I put gigabyte's nice driver disk in, and it wont let me load any drivers.

Maybe im doing this incorrectly, but its my first ever build.

I have no idea whats wrong :(

Any ideas?

Thanks in Advance.

EDIT: My BIOS can see my Hard Drive :) Vista Cant. BIOS also tells me something about IDE :S But my Drive is SATA2. (Yes, im VERY new to this.)

A:Vista Home Premium 64x Installation

Here are a few suggestions. One, go into your bios and see if raid is enabled, if it is then turn it off. Then make sure that the hard drive you want to install to is in the boot sequence and if those fail you might try moving the drive to sata 1.

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Well, here we go again. I was trying to do a repair installation of Vista, and managed to get through the installation part of the task with no problems. When the computer was trying to boot up the last time through the installation environment, the last few things I saw were these... "Windows is preparing your desktop" or something to that effect. Then it switched to "Shutting down..." and then "Logging off..." When it went to reboot, this is the error that I got:

Booting 'Windows Vista'


Vista Loader 2.1.2

fallback 1
find --set-root /bootmgr

Error 17: File not found
Booting 'Windows NT/2000/XP'

Fallback 2
find --set-root /ntldr

Error 17: File not found
Booting 'Enter Command Line'

Boot failed! Press any key to enter command line.
I have no idea what to do at this point. I've tried to boot from the CD and use the CD to repair the start up, but that did not work. It took me to an XP version of Acer's eRecovery, but apparently they want a system CD that I do not have. Any help that could be offered would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

A:Vista Home Premium Installation issues

When you first installed Vista, you should have used Killdisk and wiped out the recovery partition
Then install Vista

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Hello, I have a new PC with a trial version of 7 Enterprise installed. I wish to replace this with Vista Home Premium. I have inserted the CD and tried starting the installation process. However, I get the following message before the installation has started: This computer does not have enough space for temporary files. Windows needs at least 440 megabytes (MB) of free space on any partition for temporary files. To install Windows, free enough space and restart the installation. Error code: 0x80070103.

My PC has a 500Gb hard drive with 449 Gb of free space. The only software installed is the trial version of 7 Enterprise. The machine also has 4 Gb of memory.

How do I create the free space that Windows needs for the installation ? Thanks for any help you may provide.


A:Installation problem with Vista Home Premium

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My 8yr old XP based pc is in quite a mess and I am hoping that a custom install of 32bit W7 Home Premium will help bring it back to life! Most of my problems seem to come from my system32 folder and various driver issues (BSOD is an almost daily event!). Over the years I have installed and removed far too many bits of freeware etc and would love to clear the whole lot out and start again! I've checked hardware/driver compatibility for my system on the microsoft website and elsewhere and all looks good in that department. However I have two questions about what a new OS will actually do:

1. Will a full custom install of 32bit W7 Home Premium provide me with a brand new shiny replacement for my somewhat corrupt system32 folder?

2. Will the install have any effect on a secondary internal hard drive? I use this secondary drive solely for file storage (mp3, video, pics etc) and am wondering whether I need to back up this drive aswell as anything I want from my C:\ drive or should it remain unaffected.


A:W7 Home Premium custom installation queries

A custom install will create a new windows folder and replace everything that was on the drive with win7 . . the old installation and files will be placed in a folder named windows.old so that you can retrieve any data you need to after the installation. After Win7 is up and running you can delete the windows.old folder to free up space.

Be sure and do a defrag before doing the installation

Installing win7 should not effect the data on the second drive, but it is always a good idea to disconnect any drives other than the one you plan to install on, just to eliminate the possibility that you format the wrong drive.

Be sure to run the compatibility test before you install . . that's a pretty old machine to install win 7 on

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Hi Hope someone can help. I had virus problems with my Acer aspire 5720 laptop tried resetting to factory setup. When turn on the vist operating system try to reinstall the says The coputer restarted unexpectedly or encountered an unexpected error. Windows installation cannot proceed. To install windows, click OK restart the computer, & then restart the installation.
I do this and go around in the same loop. Tried in safe mode and wont allow installtion in safe mode. Any ideas?

A:Vista home premium installation problem

yondertown said:

Hi Hope someone can help. I had virus problems with my Acer aspire 5720 laptop tried resetting to factory setup. When turn on the vist operating system try to reinstall the says The coputer restarted unexpectedly or encountered an unexpected error. Windows installation cannot proceed. To install windows, click OK restart the computer, & then restart the installation.
I do this and go around in the same loop. Tried in safe mode and wont allow installtion in safe mode. Any ideas?Click to expand...

Windows Vista is preventing you from making a common mistake. You cannot install over top you need to set bios to boot to cd-dvd drive before hard drive in order to partition and format and start over.

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This is the third time I've been forced to reformat/reinstall since I got this computer, and I've had this same problem every time, but never to this extent.

I'm using the recovery disk (Vista Home Premium 64 bit), and basically what's happening is every step of the process is insanely slow. Currently it's been going for nearly 4 days, and it finally got around to the "Installing Windows" part (3 hours and it's still at 0%, though).

Also, I'm on the verge of just switching back to XP, but I used the backup feature built into Vista to keep all my stuff. Is it still possible to retrieve my files with XP, or do I have to do it through Vista?

A:Vista Home Premium installation problem

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Hi guys.

I recently built my own computer from New Egg. I know a guy that works at an IT company here in town and he said he had a Windows 7 Pro key he could give me. I had already installed Home Premium and did the automatic upgrade to Windows Pro. I kept getting error messages saying the version wasn't valid, even did the key verification over the phone and I still got the error, so I did a fresh install of my Windows Home Premium and I've been getting BSODs ever since.

I did have my processor overclocked before I did the re-install, and I read that that could be the cause, so I reset the CMOS. I thought that doing that had fixed for a couple of days, but it has continued BSODing just about everytime I turn the computer on. It will BSOD 1-2 times, and then be fine.

Help is much appreciated

A:BSOD on start-up after re-installation of 7 Home Premium.

Welcome aboard.

Boot into Advanced Boot Options safe mode with networking, and do the following things:

1. Disable USB Selective suspense.
USB Selective Suspend - Turn On or Off

2. Disable Search Index.
Indexer Backoff - Enable or Disable in Windows 7

3. Reset windows update.
Windows Update - Reset

4. Uninstall and reinstall Microsoft Security Essentials - Free Antivirus for Windows

5. Disc Check on all your HDD's including externals.
Reseat the sata and power.
Run chkdsk /f/r, following the option two of the tutorial Disk Check
Seatool for dos: SeaTools | Seagate download
Burn it in a blank cd. boot from the CD, click on "Accept", wait for it to finish detecting the drives, then in the upper left corner select "Basic Tests", then select "Long Test" and let it run.
6. Dont attach any external HDD during booting.

7. SFC /SCANNOW : Run in Command Prompt at Boot

Now try to boot normally. Let us know the results.

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I installed the HP J5508 offficejet all-in-one printer software in my new samsung laptop having W7 Home Premium 64 bit.

The problem is whenever I unplug the printer, it disappears from the printers list and whenever I plug it back (usb 3), the computer automatically installs the software again after searching for the latest software. This process takes more than 5 minutes and is annoying.

Any fix for this?

A:HP all-in-one printer installation problem in W7 Home Premium

Why do you keep unplugging the computer from the printer? It is normal for windows to try to install a driver when a peripheral (printer) is connected. If everything is working fine. Just tell it no.

Or are you having issues with the printer?

Try reinstalling the printer software.

Make sure the printer is off while installing the software until you are prompted to turn the printer on to complete the install.

What are you using for software, version, etc?

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