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If it seems way slow then I'd test it. The program where i'am working from is a very bad installed windows xp, it crashes all the time. Anybody have a quick fix forthat one?Sorry if this is a little off topic. I don't yet know if I have a bad port 1. http://wikisky.net/windows-7/bsod-windows-7-with-new-installation.html

My System Specs Computer type Laptop System Manufacturer/Model Number Gigabyte P37 OS Windows 10 CPU Intel i7 4720HQ Motherboard Gigabyte Memory 16 GB DDR3 Graphics Card Nvidia Geforce GTX 970M Monitor(s) Some of the boot sequences also wanted to run CHKDSK, which I did. Ur_Mom, Nov 10, 2010 Ur_Mom, Nov 10, 2010 #5 Nov 10, 2010 #6 jiminator [H]ardForum Junkie Messages: 9,793 Joined: Feb 2, 2007 eh, probably installed W7 a dozen times without doing Didn't work: 0xc00000e9 error.

Windows 7 Install Very Slow Expanding Files

Good luck. Installing drivers made no difference in boot speed far as I could tell. solved Can't install windows 7. Report • #5 wizard-fred July 23, 2011 at 02:56:12 The Win 7 install should create the 100 MB partition as long as it has enough space and primary partitions available.

Without changing them back, Windows 7 would freeze everytime I tried to access my HDDs. After reading all of the other user's helpful tips, my issue was resolved by simply ejecting the DVD while it was stuck at 0%.  It prompted to retry the disc, so Microsoft USB installer is here: http://store.microsoft.com/help/iso-tool Disable 3.5" floppy drive support. Windows 10 Installation Very Slow I just deleted that fricking partition and left it as unallocated space.

AVG would load but not run. Windows 7 Completing Installation Taking Too Long The OptiPlex 755 in small form factor comes with a POS laptop style cd/dvd drive. Saturday, January 01, 2011 3:15 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hi All, If your still experiencing the 'windows expanding files (0%) problem.

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Was trying to install Win 7 pro from XP. Windows 7 Install Stuck At Expanding Files 0 Now I'd like to do a clean install on my wife's laptop. Rootkit viruses have been around for awhile and have become more prevalent. Windows 7 setup DVD was stalling for hours at expanding files (95%) on my HP Pavilion.

Windows 7 Completing Installation Taking Too Long

Burnt a 2nd copy onto a Memorex DVD+R DL and it worked like a charm. http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/archive/1279161 Perhaps the DVD you're using is scratched? Windows 7 Install Very Slow Expanding Files So I thought that my install CD or CDROM may be bad and may have corrupted necessary drivers causing the extreme lag (I was using unlocked Install disk having 64 bit Windows 7 Installation Taking Too Long This is some type of energy saving something for the cpu.

I've been told that issue also exists with Vista 64. this content Should have worked, right? Not new to performing installations, I said that this is not acceptable. Put it back in and select 'continue', and it took 5 minutes to complete the other 40%. Installing Windows 10 Taking Forever

Proposed as answer by Benjamin JM Johnson Thursday, October 04, 2012 12:37 PM Edited by Benjamin JM Johnson Thursday, October 04, 2012 12:57 PM Thursday, October 04, 2012 12:37 PM Reply I did my laptop in 15 min from my network (dell latitude d630) and my home system (custom built i5 system) in about 20 min from usb drive. It spent at least 45 minutes in the "windows starting screen" and it did not even reach the stage where it said that windows was being set up for first time weblink When i begin the installing of windows 7, it just stops at 95%??

thanks ... Western Digital Data Lifeguard Diagnostic Tool solved Slow internet after fresh install (Windows 7) PLEASE HELP! I remember once someone over the phone asked me to fix something related to the power supply in the bios.

I don't have a floppy drive but it was enabled in my bios.   I disabled this in the bios and now my install flys.

After getting impatient, I just ejected the disc tray and pushed it back in and viola, it was un-hung and the process completed. djstarfox, Nov 10, 2010 djstarfox, Nov 10, 2010 #7 Nov 10, 2010 #8 Azhar Fixing stupid since 1972 Messages: 19,502 Joined: Jan 9, 2001 I've had a 2 hour Windows Vista also something else about changing the CPU from compatibility mode to normal(I don't know how to do that).so please help if you have solution or suggestion about my issue.here is my Windows 7 Running Slow After Fresh Install also it might be worth doing a hardware check on the hard disk to make sure its not got a physicalproblem.

Thanks for every ones input, I'm not sure I would have figured it out if all of this information was not posted. Adding to my issue - even if I used a flash drive to install with that bad DVD drive still in my computer, it still took over 2 hours to install I downloaded the Western Digital Data Lifeguard Diagnostic tool, hooked up the drive and gave it a scan. check over here How can i overcome this?

Got stuck at "Expanding Windows Files" at 71%, could never get it to work until finally I pulled out the USB drive, plugged it back in, and it continued on after Windows 7: Extremely slow Windows 7 Installation (Clean) 20 Feb 2014 #1 mistereisb Windows Home Premium 32 bit 3 posts Extremely slow Windows 7 Installation (Clean) My friend's I updated the BIOS from A11 to A19, verified AHCI is enabled, and I disabled the non-existent floppy drive in the BIOS and still having the issue. ComputerLessons101 1.484.594 görüntüleme 7:10 Windows cannot install required files error-Fixed - Süre: 7:38.

Sunday, December 23, 2012 1:51 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hello everyone, I had the same problem, anerror while expanding files (error code : 0x8007045D). Its might be worth looking into your BIOS and find out the SATA operation setting. I burnt the DVD on several different media... Have a Better Day !