Installation problem. of Windows 7 after formatting

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Hi! I am having a problem with Windows 7 installation in my laptop. Some days ago I formatted Local Disk C. After that I started to install Windows 7. But, at the end of the installation process the below error is showing:

" Windows could not configure one or more system components "

and then asking me to restart the installation. I also tried to reinstall the Windows 7 for several time but the problem remains same. I hope you can tell me what’s going on here and how to fix it up. Thank you.
 

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Installation problem. of Windows 7 after formatting

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It is possible that your installation media is faulty. Did you format your hard drive using the Windows 7 installation disc? If not, try the process again and this time use the Windows 7 installation disc. Try and make sure you Delete your old installation and Format it. If you did use the Windows 7 installation media, then it may be necessary for you to use a different installation media. The one that you have may have been counterfeit (you may have been made to believe it is genuine) media and the installation files contained in it may not be the same as the genuine installation media or may be missing some important files necessary for configuration.

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Installation problem. of Windows 7 after formatting

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Hello Gianetta,

I will suggest that you get another copy of the windows 7 setup and try installing it on your computer system, because the one you are using right now seems to have issues. It is either the CD that the operating system is on is corrupt and therefore the DVD drive cannot read some data from the disc which is important for the setup to finish successfully or the operating system itself has some bugs within that are preventing the process to end successfully.

So I will just advice you to get another CD that has a copy of windows 7 and run the setup and see if it works fines for you this time. It may be also possible that the version of the operating system you are installing is not supported by that particular system, maybe it requires a version like windows XP, so just check that too.

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Clair Charles

 

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