1st boot hang: "Windows 2006 Microsoft" with moving progress bar

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Installation' started by stmckin, Jun 11, 2006.

  1. stmckin

    stmckin Guest

    either:

    1- install to clean partition from XP desktop,, files transfer, 1st boot
    hangs at "Windows 2006 Microsoft Corporation" screen with moving progress
    bar, solid HD light, DVD access loop

    or

    2) dvd boot install, copy files screen, then hangs at "Windows 2006
    Microsoft Corporation" screen with moving progress bar, solid HD light, DVD
    access loop


    Intel D975XBX D830 2G Ram
    2x SATA, 1 - WD WD3200KS-00PFB0, 1 - Hitachi HDT722525DLA380 AHCI on Intel
    Controller
    1x SATA Plextor p716SA 1.09 DVD on intel controller
    disabled SII Sata
    XFX PCIE 6800GT video

    any help appreciated
     
    stmckin, Jun 11, 2006
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  2. try reburning the ISO at a low speed, 2x recommended, also do a CRC check on
    the ISO to find out its integrity. Nero MD5 Verifier is a recommended
    choice. If setup still fails, its likely a bad download.

    I use the one from Ahead Nero
    http://ww2.nero.com/nero6/eng/Nero_MD5_Verifier.html

    Here are the MD5/CRC values for x86 or x64 depending on which every ISO you
    downloaded:

    x86
    - File Size = 3.12 GB (3,355,598,848 bytes)
    - CRC Value = 0x67E089E0
    - MD5 Value = 0E733AB1A8E8FF9A8684FD3639332773
    x64
    - File Size = 4.01 GB (4,309,368,832 bytes)
    - CRC Value = 0x48697711
    - MD5 Value = E43502D0A15EADD551119D5639859E04

    Paste the MD5 Checksum for either x64 or x86 depending on which one you want
    check in Step 1, Step 2 - Browse to where you stored the ISO on your drive
    and open it and it will automatically start the varification process and
    generate the has in the third field, if it matches Step 1, then you are
    safe.
    --
    --
    Andre
    Windows Connected | http://www.windowsconnected.com
    Extended64 | http://www.extended64.com
    Blog | http://www.extended64.com/blogs/andre
    http://spaces.msn.com/members/adacosta
     
    Andre Da Costa [Extended64], Jun 11, 2006
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  3. stmckin

    stmckin Guest

    Thanks for your help!
    I:
    1- verified the ISO with the Nero verifier
    2- mounted the ISO as a drive and ran the install from there -not fixed
    3- burned a 2x dvd- not fixed

    other suggestions?
     
    stmckin, Jun 11, 2006
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  4. stmckin

    PirateTommy Guest

    same problem with me, just realized that Vista setup doesn't include the
    drivers for my SATA hard disc drive and so basically it is trying to boot off
    of a program installed on a disc that it has no driver to understand, i
    believe. I'm currently searching for the fix, I found the driver on HP.com
    but I'm not sure where and when to use it.

    My System:
    HP dv8230us
    Windows XP Media Center
    Intel Duo Core T2300E 1.66GHz Dual Core
    1GB RAM
    2x 80GB SATA HDD
    Nvidia 7400 Grapics Card
     
    PirateTommy, Jun 11, 2006
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  5. stmckin

    stmckin Guest

    wow, you are right, I never suspected that because the SATA driver includes
    so many systems right now..... I started install from the xp desktop, loaded
    the Intel Sata Driver (ICH7 AHCI) and bam... done....

    so.... VISTA BETA 2 DOES NOT SUPPORT INSTALL FROM INTEL SATA CONTROLLERS
    (at a minimum the ICH7 running in AHCI non-raid mode) AND YOU HAVE TO LOAD
    THE DRIVER AT THE BEGINNING OF INSTALL

    Piratetommy... if you start from XP desktop... when you choose the install
    partition there is a button to load drivers... they have to be on a CD or
    floppy...then it'll work....I don't know how to add them on a straight DVD
    install boot.
     
    stmckin, Jun 12, 2006
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  6. stmckin

    -fgw Guest

    Oh. My. God. I am having the exact same problem except Vistax64 doesn't find
    the file on my Floppy disk.

    I have a 945GTP with ICH7GH/GR running in AHCI mode.

    I'll try burning the files to a CD to eliminate the possibility of a
    defective FDD.

    Could you give me more specific information on the drivers you used
    successfully? If this CD thing fails then I'll check the version I'm using
    against the one you are.

    Thanks So Much!
     
    -fgw, Jun 20, 2006
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  7. stmckin

    stmckin Guest

    I installed x86, so I don't know if the Intel driver install will work on
    x64, I'm planning to try out x64 today... if that happens I'll update this
    post. Intel doesn't post Vista drivers yet so I used the XP stuff.
    Additionally, they only provide either a 1) F6 floppy maker that in
    non-extractable (not very useful if you don't have a floppy) and 2) a
    fullinstaller for Matrix storage manager, which has cab's but I can't extract
    the driver.....so.....

    My procedure was: download XP 32 F6 floppy maker, make floppy, copy to CD,
    install Vista x86 from XP desktop to second partition. I used 5.5.0.1035


    FOR ALL INTEL ICH 8 / 7 / 6 AHCI AND RAID 0 / 1 / 5 / 10 DRIVERS:

    XP 32 BIT here

    http://downloadfinder.intel.com/scr...+XP+Professional&lang=eng&strOSs=44&submit=Go!

    XP 64 BIT here

    http://downloadfinder.intel.com/scr...al+x64+Edition&lang=eng&strOSs=109&submit=Go!
     
    stmckin, Jun 20, 2006
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