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Error 0X80070003 pops up when trying to install KB958559-x64 on a Win7-64 machine

Q: Error 0X80070003 pops up when trying to install KB958559-x64 on a Win7-64 machine

I'm trying to install XP Mode on my Win7 Pro machine (64-bit). I was able to install the XP Mode application, but when I try to install the KB958559-x64 update I get a "Windows Update Standalone Installer" error message that reads: "Installer encountered
an error: 0x80070003. The system cannot find the path specified."
Virtualization is enabled in the BIOS and I've attempted to run the file in a "clean boot". I've also uninstalled XP Mode and tried installing fresh. Always with the same error when I go to install the update (again, XP Mode loads fine). I'm not sure what
path the file is trying to locate. I have successfully installed XP Mode on three other machines, with no issues.
My research to date shows that this error also occurs in Vista machines and has to do with the windows update. No resolutions that I found seem to be relevant here.
Does anyone have insight into why I'm getting this error?
Thanks a million!

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Preferred Solution: Error 0X80070003 pops up when trying to install KB958559-x64 on a Win7-64 machine

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A: Error 0X80070003 pops up when trying to install KB958559-x64 on a Win7-64 machine

Are you installing the update from a network share? Copy the update to a folder on your HDD and run the installer again."A programmer is just a tool which converts caffeine into code" CLIP- Stellvertreter http://www.winvistaside.de/

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This started happening few days ago probably after a windows update. I tried uninstalling HyperV component restart, readd restart etc no luck. My existing hyperv virtual machines fail with the same error, to create a new one also fails.
Please advise, Thank you.
The server encountered an error while creating New Virtual Machine.
Failed to create a new virtual machine
New Virtual Machine failed to realize
Failed to access configuration store 0x80070003




Gokhan Varol

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Hi, I've just installed an SSD into my system and put a fresh copy of Windows 8.1 on to it. I've got the Program Files set to be on my normal HDD using an mlink junction, everything else is on the SSD. Everything works fine, except installing Metro apps, none of them will install, I just get the error 0x80070003. I'm not too bothered as I don't use them much but its just annoying :P

Any suggestions on what could be up, is it a registry change needed?

Many thanks

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Hi everyone,
Got error msg (Installer encountered and error: 0x80070003) when trying to install Remote server administration tools for windows 7. Any idea?
Many thanks!

info:
win7 pro 64bit sp1
admin access
package from: KB958830

A:Error when trying to install Remote Server Administration Tools for Windows 7 (0x80070003)

error: 0x80070003. The system cannot find the path specified.
Are you running the installation from a network share ? Try it locally.Benoit Lecours | Blog: System Center Dudes

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This update for Virtual PC KB958559 has installed successfully and it working properly with Windows XP mode, however it has 2 other pending updates which constantly prompts me to reboot. I reboot and it just wants me to reboot again. It's stuck in this mode and I have no idea how to stop it. I've tried uninstalling Virtual PC with the update KB958559 but it still wants to reboot.

Any ideas?

Thanks in advance.

A:KB958559 Install Successful but also shows pending

Anyone have any ideas?

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Hi everyone,

First of all, my PC specs

EVGA GT430 1gb DDR3
4 gb RAM (2x 2gb)
ASUS M2N68-AM PLUS (NVIDIA Geforce 7025/nForce 630a)
500gb HDD Samsung (SATA)
AMD Athlon II 640 4x 3.1ghz
Windows XP 32-bit
BenQ DVD+-DL burner (SATA)
LG DVD ROM (IDE)

The problem is that when I try install Windows 7 or even Vista, While rebooting up after part installation, the BSOD shoots out, with a ACPI error and when I disable ACPI 2.0 it shows another BSOD.

I'm sure it's the BIOS of the mobo, because I've read lots of ASUS mobos with this problem.
But I also think it maybe the HDD; On other OS eg. XP, it shows 128gb available, so i have to use partition magic to recover the rest.
So if an of you could help with this problem it would be great.
I can install all other O.S. on this PC.
I've installed XP 32 and 64 bit, Ubuntu aswell.
And I've tried wiping the HDD completely with Dariks boot and nuke (dban) and then installing, still no luck.

If there is anything else you need just post here or email me, I will get back to you ASAP.
Thanks

A:BSOD pops up, every time I try install Win7(32/64) on nforce 630a mobo

Make sure you have the latest BIOS update. If so, Reset CMOS: Clear CMOS - 3 Ways to Clear the CMOS

While in BIOS setup set SATA controller to AHCI mode to try install. Remove all but one HD and all peripherals, physically uninstall any floppy drive and unplug your CD drive.

Where did you get Win7? Confirm ISO integrity, burn another with ImgBurn at 4x speed. If this fails write to flash stick using Universal USB Installer with Win7 in dropdown menu, boot under USB, Removable or HD's. Unplug the DVD drive while trying this.

Remove all but 2gb RAM to try install, swap RAM sticks, test RAM: RAM - Test with Memtest86+

Next test your HD with maker's HD Diagnostic extended CD scan.

When I run out of time to troubleshoot failing installs I move the HD to another computer plugged in alone to install, then SysPrep it before returning to target machine where it will start up to reinstall all drivers, requesting several restarts: SysPrep to move HD to another computer

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I have an old XP machine.

An Acer Aspire.

I put Win7 Ultimate on it but it hasn't taken. Always gives me an error message and asks for the install disk again - which was a USB stick - but when i provide it nothing changes.

So I need to get it off and start again.

I have 3 physical disks divided into 4 virtual disks.

Disk manager describes them like this:

Disk 0: 20G Fat32 System. That's C drive
Disk 1: 75G NTFS Active That's D drive
Disk 2: 98G NTFS Active That's E drive
135G NTFS Boot That's G drive.

WinXP is installed on the G: boot drive.

I had 20G free on the D drive and I just let Win7 find it and install itself there.

All the advice I find on the web says delete the partition of the Win7 OS you want to remove. Well I don't want to delete that partition because it has gigabytes of data already existing before Win7 installed itself there.

So how do I go about it?

Is it simply a matter of deleting the Windows Folder and editing the boot manager text file?

There was another old XP OS on that drive used before I installed this one on G: and win7 has renamed it windows.old. That's fine. There's also a Program.data folder that seems to have been made at the time of this win7 install. That should go too?

There's also a Program Files folder that doesn't seem to have been made by Win7, because of folder dates. I don't know about it. Is it part of that ancient XP install or is it part of the new Win7 install?

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A:How Remove Bad New Win7 Install from Dual install with XP machine?

Post a maximized/resized screen print of Disk Management so all info is displayed using these instructions:
Disk Management - Post a Screen Capture Image






Quote:
I had 20G free on the D drive and I just let Win7 find it and install itself there.


I'm not sure what that really means, or what would happen installing an OS that way.

I install Windows into a pre-defined empty partition, or into unallocated space.

I suggest using WizTree free so you can more easily see all files/folders on a partition.
It displays hidden and protected files without making any Explorer view changes.
They have a Portable Zip available, no installation needed.
Antibody Software - WizTree finds the files and folders using the most disk space on your hard drive

To me it sounds like your Disk Management is a mess and needs cleanup

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I have been searching forums for days to no avail. I have also posted this question on the Microsoft forum, still waiting on an answer.

New Machine Specs:
AMD FX-8120 3.1GHZ AM3+ 8 Core
Corsair Vengeance 8GB Memory x2
Corsair Force Series GT 120GB SSD
Biostar TA990FXE Motherboard
Video Card PNY VCGGTS4501 GeForce GTS 450 1GB
Lite On DVD
Installed Win7 on new SDD. Loaded motherboard drivers (nic, sound, chipset), updated windows 115+ updates. SP1 would not install.

Reinstalled Win7, deleted partitions, clean install, loaded nic driver only, still would not install SP1.

Reinstalled Win7, deleted partitions, clean install, loaded nic driver only, installed all updates except for SP1, downloaded SP1 to install manually. Windows cannot install.

I then gave up and reinstalled one last time. When SP1 is available in windows update I get the following error: TRUST_E_NOSIGNATURE (0x800b0100)

For all of the above attempts I had no other software installed, windows firewall turned off. Any ideas?

A:Win7 SP1 Won't Install on new machine

I did have the option a couple of times to download the "System Update Readiness Tool" . The last time it ran successfully. SP1 still not installed. Tool not available now in windows update.

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I just built a computer and I'm still working the bugs out of it......like not being able to install windows. I am trying to install win7 ultimate 64x from a DVD. I have 1 SATA optical drive and 1 SATA hard drive. I uesd the RC for a while on my old comp and it would install wicked fast. On this machine it takes about 10 minutes before it gets to the partitioning interface. After about 10 more minutes letting it try to format I get an error code that I can't remember, so I formatted my drive with gparted instead and tried to install on the fresh partition and I got an error code I do remember. 0x8007045D comes up and gives me some guff about files not being there. It's an OEM copy I purchased with my computer parts so It's totally legit. I am totally puzzled and could only think to come here for help.

A:Can't install Win7 64x on a brand new machine

You could try a IDE DVD Drive.

Take a look at these posts:

http://www.sevenforums.com/installat...-problems.html
Tutorial quick reference list for Installing Windows 7
Questions to use for help with Installation Issues
Clean Install Windows 7
USB Windows 7 Installation Key Drive - Create

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Just in case it becomes necessary if Win10 is a bust is it possible to install Win 7 on top of Win 8.1 and get some piece of mind.

dick

A:Win7 install on a Win8 Machine

You will have to wipe the drive before installing.

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For some reason, I cannot install Win7 onto this new gateway PC that I have, but am able to do it on my older PC. Both are capable of running 64 bit, both have new and working memory, hardware. Now I understand that when you do install windows for the first time, your hard drive "marries" your motherboard. Thus when I put the hard drive into the new machine after a fresh install, it gets stuck on "windows is starting" and refuses to boot (ClassPNP.SYS in safe mode). So is what I am trying to do possible? If so, how do I do it?

A:Transferring Fresh Install Win7 HDD to another machine?

If you use a program like Acronis True Image with their Plus Pack add-on it allows you to do a Universal restore to unlike hardware.

There are other programs which do the same thing.

You will need a separate license to do this.

But I must say that if you can't do the install on that hardware then something is wrong with the hardware and moving the OS from one PC to the one you can't do the install on may not work.

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I'm going to be rebuilding my wife's Dell Inspiron's Win7 installation because it is just dragging hopelessly (cursor can spin for 5 seconds upon right click of item in Windows Explorer). It will also be an opportunity to blow away all the cruft from the original Dell-supplied software that we never use!

This will take a while, and I'd like to minimize the down time for her.

Can I do the install (including drivers, etc.) on an external drive connected to my Win7 machine and then just image the result over to her boot drive (after suitable backups, of course!)?

A second question: I'm thinking of installing an SSD to speed things up for her, using a hard drive as the backup drive. What kind of capacity do I need to fit all of Win7 easily? Is 64GB enough, or do I need a 128GB to make sure there's enough room for apps on the SSD?

Thanks in advance for the help.

A:Clean install Win7 on external drive on different machine?

1. Installing on another system is possible but iffy. I would not do it. The little time you gain you may lose 10 times in trouble shooting.

2. I run all 3 of my desktops with 64GB SSDs (one since 4 years). But I would recommend 128GB. The price difference is not big. It gives you a bit more room - e.g. if you also want to run a virtual system. I am now upgrading this system to 240GB for that reason. I run Windows 8, Mint and Zorin in virtual on a Windows 7 host.

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Hi,
I hope to install onto a new ssd windows 8 x64 downloaded from anytime upgrade.

The target machine is a Sony Laptop, given that Sony deems it necessary to lock out the most useful areas of the legacy BIOS; what would you do if you purchased a car from a dealer and they will not give you the key!
Anyway, how can I check if bios is set to AHCI, if not, cannot do too much about it, also how to check if it is UEFI or BIOS. The machine is not a spring chicken therefore assume its bios.

I have read a number of posts on various forum that suggest clean/update install on a non UEFI machine is pretty much a nightmare with no clear installation procedure offered?

The laptop current O.S. is windows 7 x64 I have the win 8 any time upgrade code & key.
Can I just execute 'setup.exe' from within current O.S.?

Any guidance would be much appreciated.
An install/upgrade steps up to select install option Upgrade or Custom would help enormously.
Now doubt many will think this post is dumb, therefore, if there's already answer to my query please advise reference.
Many thanks
Confused of Bournemouth.

A:Guidance on install win 8 to non UEFI machine running win7

Some folks have said that Win8 x64 requires UEFI and GPT -- which is interesting, because I have an older BIOS-MBR machine that installed Win8 x64 just fine, and upgraded to Win8.1 x64 without problems.

However, to protect yourself in case anything goes wrong, BEFORE the upgrade, you should consider the following:
1) download and install the free version of Macrium Reflect (MR)
2) do an image backup using MR to an external drive of your System Reserved partition and OS partition
3) use the option in MR to create a WinPE boot USB or CD

NOW, you have a way of restoring your current working setup in only a few minutes -- so you can charge ahead with the Update.

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I'm not sure if this problem is more related to hard drives than windows but either way:

I just built a new computer with a 1tb hard drive and a 64gb SSD figuring I could install windows to the SSD for a boot up time. When I installed windows 7 ultimate the computer recognised both hard drives in the Bios but when I tried to install new drivers for my graphics card I found it could only access the SSD. I turned the computer off checking over my boot locations in the bios but when I turned it back on the computer asked me to install boot software despite the SSD still being plugged in.

The computer still recognised both hard drives in the bios and when I eventually just tried reinstalling windows 7 ultimate the computer got to expanding files before it hit error "0x80070003 file does not exist windows can not install file". I checked the SSD priority in Bios and it considers itself the primary hard drive but everytime I turn it on Windows jumps to an error recovery process which fails after several minutes. I removed the SSD and installed windows onto the 1tb hard drive without incident.

Is there a way for me to remove windows 7 from the SSD (or whatever is causing the problem) and the 1tb drive then install windows to the SSD and have it not try to ignore windows and demand boot software or cause installation errors the next time I turn it on?

I paid $200 for this disk and have managed to waste two of my three installs so I would be grateful for any certainty a... Read more

A:Windows can not install file 0x80070003

Check your rearm count - last tab "Licensing" - go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=52012

See if these offer help on removal of HDD -
- http://social.answers.microsoft.com/...d-3b6af8b186e9
- http://www.vistax64.com/vista-instal...e-another.html

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I tried to install Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 after I formatted my HDD, but it pops up an error when "Expanding Windows File (36%)" and I get this message:






Quote:
Windows cannot install required files. The file may be corrupt or missing. Make sure all files required for installation are available, and restart the installation. Error code: 0x80070570


I install it via USB and in .iso format and I download it from Microsoft directly. Help me please!

A:Tried to install Windows 7 Ultimate SP1, but it pops up an error!

Confirm you downloaded completely the correct ISO for your licensed version and wrote it to flash stick with Windows 7 USB-DVD Download Tool.

Then boot the installation stick to delete all partitions during install, create and format new partition(s) to install, ignoring the small boot partition it will create.

If problems persist work through the steps for Overcoming Windows 7 Installation Failures - Windows 7 Help Forums

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This is new. Now, I got a pop up message saying: Something...overflow Line:6. What is that??? Please direct me on the right track...

Pls help - Ive been getting pop ups from different websites epsecially Win Anti Virus Pro 2006/07. A couple of times what seems like streaming video (sound only minus the video)
just started playing. No browers windows or applications were open.
I came across Tech Guy.org and read similar stories like mine. I started to educate myself with some of your possible solutions and ideas. Unfortunately i didn't get far. For starters I unsuccessfully tried to download "Hijack This" from http://www.thespykiller.co.uk/index....tpmod;dl=item5 as suggested by one of your very informative experts. An error message appeared each time i tried to install saying:
An error occured while trying to rename a file in the destination directory:
move file failed; code 5
acess denied.

Any advise will be greatly appriciated.
Thanks in advance,
dp
 

A:Unable to Install Hijack This - error message pops up

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I have a script that installs a predefined set of Microsoft hotfixes on new systems that come through our shop.  I'm having an issue where I can not get any hotfix to install over a mapped drive.  If I copy the .msu files to a local drive and/or usb attached drive they install with no issues.  This occurs on multiple machines.
 
OS: Windows 7 Pro SP1 32bit (Note same error occurs on Win7 SP1 64 also when using the appropriate 64bit hf)
 
The error windows displays: Windows Update Standalone Installer: Installer encountered an error: 0x80070003. The system cannot find the path specified.
 
Event Log entry: Windows update could not be installed because of error 2147942403 "The system cannot find the path specified." (Command line: ""C:\Windows\system32\wusa.exe" "Z:\Documents\DV\OS_Hotfixes\Win7-2008\32bit\Windows7SP1\Windows6.1-KB2446710-x86.msu" ")
 
Any suggestions?

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BACKUP FILES ERROR,BACKUP ENCOUNTERED A PROBLEM WHILE BACKING UP FILE C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\CONFIG\SYSTEMPROFILE\APPDATA\LOCAL\VIRTUALSTORE\PROGRAMFILES(X86)\FREE YOUTUBE DOWNLOADER CONVERTER.ERROR:(THE SYSTEM CANNOT FIND THE PATH SPECIFIED.(0X80070003)).I DON'T HAVE IT IN MY DOWNLOADS AND I DON'T RECOGNIZE IT ON THE HARD DRIVE.HOW DO I DELETE IT SO I WON'T HAVE THE ERROR?

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Here's my story:

My sister's PC had been corrupted in lots of unnecessary programs and apps.
I deleted those craps. Windows Action Center then prompts me to update my windows, and I did.
PC restarted and POOF!!!, I am seem to be forever stuck in the Startup Repair Loop.
So I tried System Restore, but it's giving me the error code stated above (error 0x80070003).
I also tried System Image Recovery, and it's not also of help. Also, checking Hardware Options didn't help.
Lastly, I tried the Command Prompt option and it gives me nothing.

So how can I possible fix this error? ((

thanks in advance for those helpful respondents ))

A:Startup Repair Error (Forever Loop) Error Code 0x80070003

Hello Cath, and welcome to Seven Forums.

You might see if the tutorial below may be able to help with this.

Startup Repair Infinite Loop Recovery

Hope this helps,
Shawn

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I'm trying to do a clean install of Win 8.1 Home on a laptop with a inoperative version of Win7 Home.
Three times I've tried and three times, at various stages, I get the error message:

Windows cannot install required files. The file does not exist. Make sure all files required are available,
and restart the installation. Error code: 0x80070003.

What next?

John

A:Error code: 0x80070003?

Where/how did you get the install media? Sure sounds like bad media.

Are you trying to install 32 or 64 bit? If 64 bit does your hardware meet the requirements?

System requirements - Microsoft Windows

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Someone, please define Error 0x80070003! (DEC 32775)
Yes, this is out of context for a reason since either this has a different meaning depending on the context or does have a general definition. Somewhere there has to be a reference on this specific HEX error code. 

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I keep getting this STOP 0x124 errors. It is a Hp slimline s3500f series desktop with 4GB RAM. I tried to debug a bit and it looks like I need to decipher some information out of the MCi_Status field and I am lost here. Please help me here to find out if this indeed a Hardware issue. I am also attaching the log file of the kd debugging output.

1: kd> !analyze -v=20
*******************************************************************************
* *
* Bugcheck Analysis *
* *
*******************************************************************************
WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR (124)
A fatal hardware error has occurred. Parameter 1 identifies the type of error
source that reported the error. Parameter 2 holds the address of the
WHEA_ERROR_RECORD structure that describes the error conditon.
Arguments:
Arg1: 00000000, Machine Check Exception
Arg2: 86706024, Address of the WHEA_ERROR_RECORD structure.
Arg3: b6218000, High order 32-bits of the MCi_STATUS value.
Arg4: 00000175, Low order 32-bits of the MCi_STATUS value.
Debugging Details:
------------------
PEB is paged out (Peb.Ldr = 7ffdc00c). Type ".hh dbgerr001" for details
PEB is paged out (Peb.Ldr = 7ffdc00c). Type ".hh dbgerr001" for details
BUGCHECK_STR: 0x124_AuthenticAMD
DEFAULT_BUCKET_ID:... Read more

A:Stop 0x124 error on Win7 RTM x86 Ultimate machine

See this post by a former expert on this stop error.. -=> here

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Hey, everyone! This is my first post here, so excuse me if it's quality is lacking, as I do not know what information to provide.

Windows Update will not update my drivers for my Nvidia GTX 980. So I went around on forums and eventually did sfc /scannow in administrative cmd. This is what it told me.

Okay so after I did that, I proceeded to type in, Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth.This is what the result looked like.
So my question is, how do I find 'Source Files' like it's telling me? If that's not the issue, then my next question is, how do I make Windows Update work without giving me the 0x80070003 Error? Cheers!
-Dennis

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Hello

I have purchased and downloaded both 32 bit and 64 bit Windows7 Professional (no CDs or media here only download version)

I sucessfully upgraded from Vista 32 to Win7 32

Then I upgraded my hard disk (140Gb 500GB) and RAM (3GB to to 4GB)

Now I would like to go from Win7 32bit to 64bit

When I try and run the Win7-P-retail-en-us.x64.exe file it upacks the box then stops with this error:"We are unable to create or save files in the folder in which this application was downloaded. Please check the folder properties to make sure that you have security permission on the folder to write flies and that that folder is not read only"
I am the System Admin and I have full rights, and have moved the exe and the setup box files to My Documentsand I have modified the directory properties/attributes but I still get the same error over and over.

I searched the posts and some people stated one needs a clean install others say you can upgrade from any version so I am trying the upgrade here especially since the upgrade from Vista 32 to Win7 32 was smooth and did require all the extra work of a reinstall.

Can someone help me here?

Thanks

A:Win7 (32bit) to Win7 (64bit) upgrade install error

I believe to go from 32-bit to 64-bit, you will have to boot off the DVD. The installer is a 64 bit application that won't run under 32-bit. Find instructions to create a DVD if you don't already have it.

Good luck!

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Guys, can someone help me out on trying to resolve an issue I'm having on my network.

I have 3 Main PCs.

One in the Gameroom--Media Server (Windows 7 64bit, onboard Gigabit Nic). MSI AMD 780G Chipset.

One in the Office--(Windows XP MCE, INTEL Gigabit PCI)

One in the Living Room--HTPC (Windows 7 32bit, onboard Gigabit Nic) GIGABYTE AMD 780G Chipset.

I just upgraded all my systems to new hard drives in hopes of archiving all DVDs onto the server and streaming them from there to the other machines.

All connections are working fine and I can move around files between machines no problem.

My issues I can get 70-80 MB/s between the HTPC and the Server.

The most I can get out of my Office and the Server is 37-40MB/s.

The 2 OS drives in the Office and HTPC machines are Identical..Samsung F3 drives. The drives on the server I'm sending files to are Samsung F4 drives.

I just did fresh OS intalls on these drives when I placed them into service.

I used all windows drivers except for the Intel NIC in which I used the supplied drivers for it.

Can anyone tell me why my XP machine can't pull the same mustard as the other machine? It really has me puzzled.

Thanks,
Mike
 

A:Slow Transfer Speeds from XP to Win7 machine. Win7 to Win7 Fine.

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I recently switched out some hardware and I now have a 64 bit processor, so I'm trying to install Win7 64bit through a custom install. Unfortunately I can't even get through the "Collecting Information" step due to this error:

"A required CD/DVD drive device driver is missing. If you have a driver floppy disk, CD, DVD, or USB flash drive, please insert it now.

Note: If the Windows installation media is in the CD/DVD drive, you can safely remove it for this step."

I looked for quite some time browsing through forums. I usually never have to make help posts because there are solutions already out there. I've seen this error come up a lot for people, but they either didn't burnt heir disk correctly or didn't have the right drivers installed for their mobo. I'm barely 15 and built this computer myself, so it is likely I screwed up in a few places.

Hardware to notice:

Hard Drives Hitachi - HD725050GLA360
OS windows 32 bit - trying for 64 bit
CPU i5 2500k Sandy Bridge (OC to 4.2 GHz)
Motherboard MSI P67A-GD65
Memory 8 GB (2 x 4 gb) G-Skill
I do have a PCI-E card to convert my IDE CD/DVD ROM and burner to SATA because my mobo doesn't have an IDE slot... Does it have to do with that driver (I didn't install it yet)

Or is there something else i'm doing wrong? In BIOS I have it set-up to load through the CD/ROM and even my USB. (I have a slow burned DVD of Win7 and bootable USB with WIN7 made on Ubuntu...)

I can feel I'm close to getting this fi... Read more

A:Win7 32 bit Custom Install to Win7 64 bit - Error (new motherboard)

Do you have a driver for the PCI-E card? If so, install it when you get that message. Nothing to lose and a good install to gain

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I get a BSOD whenever I attempt to run Windows Update.
I have attached the DM Log Collector file.

If a run Windows Update Troubleshooter I get "Windows update error 0x80070003 not fixed".

I have run BlueScreenView which states:
Page_Fault_In_Nonpaged_Area
Bug Check Code 0x00000050
Caused by Driver/Address ntoskrnl.exe+748c0

I have run Memtest86 overnight and chkdsk - no errors showing.

This has been happening for about a week but only when I run Windows Updates. When I recover using a backup System Image there are no further crashes. In the interim I have switched off automatic Windows Updates.

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

A:BSOD Windows Update error 0x80070003

Hiya and welcome to SevenForums!

Code:
BugCheck 50, {fffff8a02302b88d, 0, fffff8800137c678, 2}

Unable to load image \SystemRoot\system32\DRIVERS\MpFilter.sys, Win32 error 0n2
*** WARNING: Unable to verify timestamp for MpFilter.sys
*** ERROR: Module load completed but symbols could not be loaded for MpFilter.sys

Could not read faulting driver name
Probably caused by : MpFilter.sys ( MpFilter+31678 )
Run sfc /scannow and chkdsk /r.
Install the latest updates from Windows Update.

Do the exact same steps for chkdsk /r but instead of typing in sfc /scannow type chkdsk /r.

SFC /SCANNOW Command - System File Checker

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My Windows Backup Utility has been failing. I keep getting the error code 0x80070003. I am using a 1TB USB hdd to store the backups. Has been working for over two years since I bought it.

Any help would be great, as I am also doing my own google search too

A:Windows Backup with error code 0x80070003

Im finding lots of hits on Google, but nothing I have found is working.

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I'm getting the error code (0X80070003) attempting to download Build 1903 for W 10 on a HP G3 Pro Desk. I'm logged on the "Administrator" and settings for Group Policy are set correctly. The HP G3 Pro Desk has successfully updated 19 other updates with no problems just the error for Build 1903.

Thanks in Advance

Ripcord2
 

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One Win7 machine on our work domain can only connect via wireless adapter. Realtek NIC card gives error "Connection doesn't have a valid IP configuration". SBS2003 server handles DHCP (correctly for all other machines in domain). I've read several threads here but nothing seems to work. Bonjour off, ICS set to automatic - when i try to start manually it starts then stops.
Win7 thru NIC adapter sees "unidentified public network" and has no internet connection. Wireless is too slow and need to figure this out.

Thanks!

A:Win7 machine at work has error Connection doesn't have a valid IP conf

Hello,

Try to manually enter the Default Gateway in your Windows 7 Network Adapter?s IPv4 settings instead of Auto assignment, it's some sort of bug in Windows 7.

Please let us know if it works or not, then we'll try a diff tactic.

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Whenever I do the File History Backup; at completion it gives me the following message: "Backup encountered a problem while backing up file C:\Users\Admin\SkyDrive\Pictures. Error: (The system cannot find the path specified. (0x80070003))". I believe this occurred for the first time after I upgraded from Windows 7 to Windows 10. I no longer have a SkyDrive folder it was replaced with a OneDrive folder. For some reason it is still looking for the SkyDrive folder. In the "Exclude from File History" screen I am unable to exclude the SkyDrive folder. I guess that doesn't surprise me because I no longer have SkyDrive folder. How then do I prevent this error occurring when doing a File History backup?

A:How can I stop getting File History Backup Error 0x80070003?

I would suggest you to run check disk and see if that help, the following are the steps to run check disk
1.Open Computer by clicking the Start button , and then clicking Computer.
2.Right-click the drive that you want to check, and then click Properties.
3.Click the Tools tab, and then, under Error-checking, click Check now.
If you're prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.
To automatically repair problems with files and folders that the scan detects, select Automatically fix file system errors.
Otherwise, the disk check will report problems but not fix them.
To perform a thorough check, select Scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors.
This scan attempts to find and repair physical errors on the drive itself, and it can take much longer to complete.
To check for both file errors and physical errors, select both Automatically fix file system errors and Scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors.
4.Click Start.
If the above steps fail, I would suggest you to try the following steps.
1. Click Start, and then Run.
2. In Open, type cmd, and then press ENTER.
3. Use one of the following procedures:
o To run Chkdsk in read-only mode, at the command prompt, type chkdsk, and then press ENTER.
o To repair errors without scanning the volume for bad sectors, at the command prompt, type chkdsk volume:/f, and then press ENTER.
o To r... Read more

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Whenever I do the File History Backup; at completion it gives me the following message: "Backup encountered a problem while backing up file C:\Users\Admin\SkyDrive\Pictures. Error: (The system cannot find the path specified. (0x80070003))". I believe this occurred for the first time after I upgraded from Windows 7 to Windows 10. I no longer have a SkyDrive folder it was replaced with a OneDrive folder. For some reason it is still looking for the SkyDrive folder. In the "Exclude from File History" screen I am unable to exclude the SkyDrive folder. I guess that doesn't surprise me because I no longer have SkyDrive folder. How then do I prevent this error occurring when doing a File History backup?

A:How can I stop getting File History Backup Error 0x80070003?

I would suggest you to run check disk and see if that help, the following are the steps to run check disk
1.Open Computer by clicking the Start button , and then clicking Computer.
2.Right-click the drive that you want to check, and then click Properties.
3.Click the Tools tab, and then, under Error-checking, click Check now.
If you're prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.
To automatically repair problems with files and folders that the scan detects, select Automatically fix file system errors.
Otherwise, the disk check will report problems but not fix them.
To perform a thorough check, select Scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors.
This scan attempts to find and repair physical errors on the drive itself, and it can take much longer to complete.
To check for both file errors and physical errors, select both Automatically fix file system errors and Scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors.
4.Click Start.
If the above steps fail, I would suggest you to try the following steps.
1. Click Start, and then Run.
2. In Open, type cmd, and then press ENTER.
3. Use one of the following procedures:
o To run Chkdsk in read-only mode, at the command prompt, type chkdsk, and then press ENTER.
o To repair errors without scanning the volume for bad sectors, at the command prompt, type chkdsk volume:/f, and then press ENTER.
o To r... Read more

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I had a Vista machine I was trying to add a third partition to. I made the new partition active and then my computer won't load. Bootmgr is missing Press ctrl+Alt+Del to restart error.

Had vista as the factory OS

Please Help! I just got a Cisco 2851 last night and I want to play with it instead of fixing my laptop!

A:Vista Machine- Added Active Win7 partition BOOTMGR is missing error

Hello, this may help : Bootmgr is missing

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I went to turn on my computer tonight and it wouldn't load the operating system, instead bringing me to the problem booting error screen where i can choose to do a system repair or start windows normally. Both options lead to it loading the windows system files and bringing me to the system repair. There's a box where i can pick the operating system, but there aren't any to select. When attempting to do any of the options in system recovery i either get the error 0x80070003, no operating system selected, or it just says i am unable to in the case of windows memory diagnostic. I have very little idea how to go about fixing this, and i don't know if hardware helps but my laptop is the Asus n56V.

A:Laptop having Problems booting System recovery Error 0x80070003

Welcome and hopefully i can help you resolve this issue

Im assuming Windows 7 64bit is the operating system on your machine?

Do you have the Windows 7 disc also?
Firstly i suggest you boot in to the Advanced Boot Options screen by pressing F8 continuously at the Asus splash screen and select Last known Good configuration. If that doesnt work select Disable Automatic Restart on System Failure and reboot your computer.






If you get a BSOD (Blue screen of death) upon reboot, like the one below, look up the stop code similar to the one here and post the code back.




Cheers Dave

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Hi, I really hope someone can help.

I have the errors when trying to install Corel Video Studio (]Video-editing software - VideoStudio Ultimate X8

It starts and fails generating the error codes.
Product: Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable -- Error 1935.An error occurred during the installation of assembly 'Microsoft.VC80.ATL,type="win32",version="8.0.50727.6195",publicKeyToken="1fc8b3b9a1e18e3b",processo rArchitecture="x86"'. Please refer to Help and Support for more information. HRESULT: 0x80070003. assembly interface: IAssemblyCache, function: CreateAssemblyCacheItem, component: {97F81AF1-0E47-DC99-A01F-C8B3B9A1E18E}

Which seems a common issue, I tried loads of things based on MS help options and then connected with a MS tech support who ran system internals and pointed me at the attached yellow highlighted area saying it was the cause of my issue, but to fix it would cost me $90 to enroll.
I have declined this as i am very, very unsure.

Please can someone help me with both these issues?

A:Error code 1935 and HRESULT: 0x80070003 and MS Support advice

I'm no expert on such matters but I did find this from Microsoft.

Download Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable Package (x86) from Official Microsoft Download Center





Quote:
System Requirements
Supported Operating System

Windows 2000 Service Pack 3, Windows 98, Windows 98 Second Edition, Windows ME, Windows Server 2003, Windows XP Service Pack 2


I'm not sure why Corel Video Studio would want that particular old version of Visual C++ on a Windows 7/64 Pro.

From the Corel site.

Video-editing software - VideoStudio Ultimate X8






Quote:

Intel Core Duo 1.83 GHz Processor or AMD Dual Core 2.0 GHz Processor (Intel Core i5 or i7 Processor, or AMD Phenom II X6 or X8 Processor recommended)
Microsoft Windows 8 or Windows 7 with latest service packs installed (32-bit or 64-bit editions)

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Hello,
I have the version of IE 11 kb2841134. (opened the browser)
When I try to reinstall it by looking in view updates - it was not there.

My windows update - the IE 11 keeps failing, giving me an error of 9C48.
I've used a Windows Update Diagnostic.
I have an error of 70005, 70002 (when installing IE11 as well), 70057 (during the diagnostic). I've tried the toolkit from windows.

I'm not sure which CBS file it is.
The first CBS file. This is the second CBS file.

Here is the Windowslog file.

I've also included this which was in the log file.


Code:
00:00.000: ====================================================================
00:00.172: Started: 2015/06/06 (Y/M/D) 00:14:27.516 (local)
00:00.234: Time Format in this log: MM:ss.mmm (minutes:seconds.milliseconds)
00:00.734: Command line: "C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution\Download\Install\WU-Windows6.1-KB2888049-x64.exe"
00:00.905: INFO: Windows Update Install: Cleaning up old registry entry: KB2888049
00:01.186: INFO: Windows Update Install: Trying to extract package as: "C:\Windows\TEMP\IEF161.tmp\Windows6.1-KB2888049-x64.cab"
00:01.311: INFO: Windows Update Install: Extracted new file to: C:\Windows\TEMP\IEF161.tmp\Windows6.1-KB2888049-x64.cab
00:02.606: INFO: Windows Update Install: Setup return code: 0x00000000 (0)
00:00.000: ====================================================================
00:00.109: Started: 2015/06/06 (Y/M/D) 00:14:36.799 (local) ... Read more

A:Windows Update fails IE 11, error code 0x80070003 & 9C48

Can someone help? :S

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Hello,

all of a sudden (and for the first time) IE pops up with ads (movies too) although I am not using it at all (I use Firefox instead). It appears I have caught some bug and, since my best efforts at eradication did not pan out, I need some help.
Note that I use AVG Free for virus protection (which by the way I cannot turn off - is there a way short of uninstalling it?. I would like to uninstall it to run some of the recommended diagnostics (like DDs) but cannot.
I have performed two of the recommended tests:
1. Hijackthis. (first time I ran it I removed some items that looked like they should be removed according to other threads I saw. It did not hurt but did not help either. The logfile below is from running it again afterwards and removing nothing)
2. GMER
The results are shown below
1. HIJACKTHIS:
Logfile of Trend Micro HijackThis v2.0.3 (BETA)
Scan saved at 6:21:43 PM, on 1/29/2010
Platform: Windows XP SP3 (WinNT 5.01.2600)
MSIE: Internet Explorer v8.00 (8.00.6001.18702)
Boot mode: Normal

Running processes:
C:\WINDOWS\System32\smss.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\winlogon.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\services.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\lsass.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\svchost.exe
C:\WINDOWS\System32\svchost.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\spoolsv.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Apple\Mobile Device Support\bin\AppleMobileDeviceService.exe
C:\Program Files\Bonjour\mDNSResponder.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\svchost.exe
C:\Program Files\Java\jre6\bin\jqs.exe
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A:Malware on my machine: IE pops up at random

Hi and welcome to TSF.

My name is Iain and I will be helping you clean your system.

You may wish to Subscribe to this thread (Thread Tools > Subscribe to this thread) so that you are notified when you receive a reply.

Please read these instructions carefully and then print out or copy this page to Notepad in order to assist you when carrying out the fix. You should not have any open browsers or live internet connections when you are following the procedures below.

Note that the fix may take several posts. Please continue to respond to my instructions until I confirm that your logs are clean. Remember that although your symptoms may vanish, this does NOT mean that your system is clean.

If there is anything you don't understand, please ask BEFORE proceeding with the fixes.

Please ensure that you follow the instructions in the order I have them listed.

Please do not install or uninstall any programmes, or run any other scanners or software, unless I specifically ask you to do so. Also please copy and paste logs into the thread, rather than add them as attachments.




Combofix
We will begin with ComboFix.exe. Please visit this webpage for download links, and instructions for running the tool:

http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/comb...o-use-combofix

Please read all the information carefully! If using Windows XP you should ensure you install the Recovery Console.

You MUST disable your AntiVirus and AntiSpyware applications - please read thi... Read more

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Hello,

I was trying to install XNA 3.1 when I started receiving some VC90 errors. I uninstalled Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 32 and 64, but receive an error when reinstalling. Error 1935 HRESULT: 0x80070003.

I ran SFC /SCANNOW. CBS came back OK. I ran the readiness tool. CheckSUR says I'm fine. The install log seems to error out at:

MSI (s) (70:34) [23:22:13:604]: Executing op: ActionStart(Name=InstallFiles,Description=Copying new files,Template=File: [1], Directory: [9], Size: [6])
MSI (s) (70:34) [23:22:13:604]: Executing op: ProgressTotal(Total=65689,Type=0,ByteEquivalent=1)
MSI (s) (70:34) [23:22:13:604]: Executing op: SetTargetFolder(Folder=C:\Windows\winsxs\x86_microsoft.vc90.openmp_1fc8b3b9a1e18e3b_9.0.30729.4148_n one_80b7c8a91e9dd16a\)
MSI (s) (70:34) [23:22:13:604]: Executing op: SetSourceFolder(Folder=1\Windows\winsxs\-k7oasqv\|Windows\winsxs\ulOpenMPx86\)
MSI (s) (70:34) [23:22:13:604]: Executing op: ChangeMedia(,MediaPrompt=Please insert the disk: 1,MediaCabinet=1\vc_red.cab,BytesPerTick=65536,CopierType=1,,,SignatureRequired=0,,,IsFirstPhysicalM edia=1)
MSI (s) (70:34) [23:22:13:604]: Executing op: AssemblyCopy(SourceName=cqodxjgu.mic|x86_Microsoft.VC90.OpenMP_1fc8b3b9a1e18e3b_9.0.30729.4148_x-ww_f0ccd4aa.cat,SourceCabKey=ul_catalog.30729.4148.Microsoft_VC90_OpenMP_x86.QFE,DestName=x86_Micros oft.VC90.OpenMP_1fc8b3b9a1e18e3b_9.0.30729.4148_x-ww_f0ccd4aa.cat,Attributes=0,FileSize=6501,PerTick=65536,,VerifyMedia=1,ElevateFlags=4,,,,ComponentI d={2021B2F9-AC... Read more

A:Error 1935 HRESULT: 0x80070003 when installing Microsoft Visual 2008

Repair install doesn't look like a choice. It was a MAK and I can no longer get the key. I gave my account full rights to the registry and winsxs. I've narrowed it down a bit more.

Correct Install:

Script:



MSI (s) (4C:1C) [21:29:23:979]: Executing opSetTargetFolder(Folder=c:\Windows\winsxs\x86_microsoft.Read more

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How can support Win 10 this Vpc software windows6.1 KB958559-x64RefreshPkg.msu win 10

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Hi,
I am having trouble connecting from an XP (Home) desktop machine to a Win 7 (Home Premium) laptop to share files.
I have read and followed a lot of posts to no avail.
specifically I have followed the advice in "How to make Windows 7 work with older Windows versions for networking and file sharing"

- both machines are in the same workgroup
- there is no trouble going from Win 7 to the XP box
- on win 7 the network is defined as a 'Work' network
- firewalls are disabled on both boxes
- Advanced Network settings
- Network discovery in ON
- File and Printer Sharing is ON
- Public folder sharing is ON
- password protected sharing is OFF
- Allow Windows to manage Homegroup connections
- the shared folder in Win 7 says its shared (its not in the public tree)
- On folder Advanced setting decurity, 'Everyone' has been added 
- On folder Advanced setting sharing it says "People without a user account and password for this computer can access folders shared with everyone"

The XP box is using XP Home which can only use 'Simple File Sharing'.
On the XP box the win7 machine appears in the Network list under the workgroup.
If I click on the machine I get a login prompt!
Attempting to map a drive to the win7 box the same network is shown browsing to the win7 machine does not list any of the shares. (it also does not ask for a login)

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A:XP machine can't see file shares from Win7 machine

From you r 1st post I noticed:
'Public folder sharing is ON
Password protected sharing is OFF'

That would need to be reversed or better yet just read this...

http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/w7itpronetworking/thread/8f21d25d-8189-48e7-8d7f-d6211ac63d31

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You probably get these threads all the time, but I did google it first.

I am trying to do a fresh install of Windows 7 on a machine with two harddrives. A friend just helped set me up with a new motherboard, CPU, RAM, basically a whole new computer. When we moved the harddrives however the Windows drive (250 GB) refused to boot no matter what we did, so I thought it would just be easier to wipe and reinstall, since all my files are on the other 3TB drive. However, I didn't realize I'd run into so many problems with a reinstall...

The way I had it set up last time was that my Users folder was on the 3TB, which I call 'X', and Windows was on 'C'. I also had my Programs folder on 'X' instead of installing my programs to Program Files. The system worked for me without issues (I followed this tutorial if it helps: Move the User Folder To A Separate Drive/Partition (The Right Way) | Idealistically Caspan ). This is why I do not want to follow the advice I found most often when googling for this issue, which is to disconnect the other drive...because then I cannot install the way I need to. I need both drives in the machine to work, and I know it is possible because I did this the last time.

First I just wiped the Windows 7 partition and tried reinstalling there, but the error kept coming up. I've now even removed the Linux partition I had on the bootable drive and the system reserve partition so the drive is 100% unallocated space. Still Windows 7 will not install to this ... Read more

A:Install error 0x80300024 on machine with 2 drives

Unplug the other drive during install. It isn't needed until afterward when you again link the User Folders - Change Default Location.

Then boot the disk to follow these steps for Overcoming Windows 7 Installation Failures - Windows 7 Help Forums.

Install Programs to C only. They write keys to the registry and thus should remain part of C until uninstalled. This time save a backup image of your completed install so you never need to reinstall again, just reimage the drive in 20 minutes and you're back up and running.

Take the time to look over these same steps for Clean Reinstall - Factory OEM Windows 7 which compile everything that works best in tens of thousands of installs we've directly helped with here since beta. You'll get and keep a perfect install to the exact extent you stick with those steps, tools and methods.

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I recieve ikernel.exe error: (0xa00) when trying to install 98 program in my xp machine. Is anyone have any idea?
thank
 

A:ikernel.exe error when trying to install 98 program in my xp machine

Are you using the compatibility wizard to install the software?

If yes, and you get the app loaded but the error message when you try to start it. Then sometimes you can try an older or newer copy of that file. Just remember if the file you a changing goes in a Windows System folder do not change it.

If you are not using Compatibility to install- Try it.
 

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I am working on a Dell Studio 1745 running Win7 64 Home Premium. I need to run a piece of hardware (Tascam US122) that is incompatiable with the 64bit OS. My plan is to partition the drive and install Win 7 32bit on the new partition so I can run the mentioned hardware. I've done this on another machine (Dual Boot XP and Win 7) and ran into a problems with the bootloader. I learned to install older OS FIRST because of that. I'm wondering if installing Win7 32bit on a current Win7 64bit machine will cause a similar problem with bootloaders? I'd rather not have to mess with the bootloaders, but I really need to run this hardware. And, since this is a Dell, with touchscreen, and most IMPORTANTLY, a friend's computer I want to be 100% sure I'm not going to cause issues I can't fix.

So, again, will installing Win7 32bit on a new partition of a Win7 64bit machine cause problems with the bootloader, or any other foreseeable problems?

Thanks a bunch!

A:Installing Win7 32bit on Win7 64bit machine?

http://tascam.com/content/downloads/products/311/US-122_Win_driver_3_40_notes_E.pdf

This says that the drivers work with 64-bit Vista. Have you tried using the Vista driver?

Driver: http://tascam.com/content/downloads/products/311/US122_Win_3.40f.zip

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i have this box that pops up its tittle is message from webp in the box is nothing but white it shows the number 2 i can click the red exit or the ok button to close it this pops up every time i search the web or click any link i have ran both norton and trojan remover both purchased awhile back no spyware is detected and all registry errors are fixed with auslogics and uniblue registry booster this happens in both firefox and ie i have the latest versions of both i have cleared all history cookies etc even uninstalled then reinstalled both browsers with a reboot on each no signs of pc slowness yet but gets very ignoring

i want to try to avoid a system restore any advice to try?i am running windows 7 home premium desktop emachine model el1331
 

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Hi,

Seen some very helpful posts on here whilst trying to resolve my issue mentioned above, so thought I'd join up and see if anybody could advise on my issue.

Trying to install IE11 on a Windows 7 64bit machine with SP1 installed.

Machine previously had IE8, went to IE11 direct download from the website, which resulted in an error saying it had failed to install.
Tried performing the update from Windows Update, on system restart the machine had IE10 installed with the error "9C59", having researched this error code it seems it's not very informative.

Microsofts suggestion for this code was to uninstall IE9 and try again.
I uninstalled IE10, tried again, and then uninstalled IE9, tried again, same result each time.

I then ensured all Pre-Requisite updates had been installed by manually checking each one from microsofts website, then repeated the installation attempt, no luck.

Ran the SUR tool, which seems to indicate no issues.
Then SFC, which has highlighted a few errors.

I've attached the CheckSUR.log, CheckSUR.persist.log and the SFC details from the CBS.log.

Hopefully somebody has some pointers into how this issue can be resolved.

Thanks in advance, your time and expertises are greatly appreciated.

A:IE11 won't install on Windows 7 64bit Machine, Error 9C59

I'm no expert so wont try to read logs but Googling this as "ie11 install error 9c59" I would say you need to ensure two things. That you've done an Elevated Disk Cleanup (Tutorial Step 6 HERE) and ensure that your system is otherwise fully up to date. IE11 wont install until SP1 is installed and you haven't mentioned that. Is your system totally up to date otherwise?

SP1 installs easier if you disable any antivirus during the process.

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Okay, so I downloaded my copy of Windows 7 from DigitalRiver from the 741 offer for students. It gives me the three files as usual, but when I click on the .exe, I get a command prompt saying "Program is too big to fit into memory" before quickly closing.

I didn't even get this expandedSetup file that people are talking about, so I can't make a .ISO out of it or anything.

I am running Vista Home Premium 32-bit, attempting to upgrade to Windows 7 Home Preimium Upgrade 32-bit.

I've tried re-downloading it.
I've tried using a different computer.
I've tried increasing virtual memory.
I've tried running as administrator.

Nothing seems to work, and I'm beginning to think I'm the only one so far with this problem. I even asked my computer science professor, and he thought the lack of virtual memory was the culprit. I have 3GB of RAM, and was able to free up 2GB to no avail.

Any help is appreciated.

A:A very odd error when trying to install Win7

  
Quote: Originally Posted by The Killswitch


Okay, so I downloaded my copy of Windows 7 from DigitalRiver from the 741 offer for students. It gives me the three files as usual, but when I click on the .exe, I get a command prompt saying "Program is too big to fit into memory" before quickly closing.

I didn't even get this expandedSetup file that people are talking about, so I can't make a .ISO out of it or anything.

I am running Vista Home Premium 32-bit, attempting to upgrade to Windows 7 Home Preimium Upgrade 32-bit.

I've tried re-downloading it.
I've tried using a different computer.
I've tried increasing virtual memory.
I've tried running as administrator.

Nothing seems to work, and I'm beginning to think I'm the only one so far with this problem. I even asked my computer science professor, and he thought the lack of virtual memory was the culprit. I have 3GB of RAM, and was able to free up 2GB to no avail.

Any help is appreciated.


You are far from alone Micrsoft is having problems with digital Rivers downloads, keys, etc. They have to work something out but no answer yet.

Ken

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