cant fully instal vista

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Installation' started by fatman90210, Jun 13, 2006.

  1. fatman90210

    fatman90210 Guest

    after i clicked the upgrade button and put all the info in i let it instal
    and after awhile it rebooted and i got a message that said that it had caused
    an internal error and was going to go back to windows xp basicly
     
    fatman90210, Jun 13, 2006
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  2. Have you tried alternative methods of installing such as using Virtual Drive
    software such as Daemon Tools or NERO Image drive? Have you tried extracting
    the contents of the ISO to a folder in an existing install of Windows, and
    launch setup from there?

    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.
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    Andre
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    Andre Da Costa [Extended64], Jun 13, 2006
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