Unloading the Box Error on Upgrading to Windows 7 OS

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Hi,

When I tried to upgrade my operating system to Windows 7, I got this error. Unloading the Box:

An error was encountered. Unspecified error. 

Does anyone know what this error means?

I deleted the upgrade version and downloaded it again before I tried to install it. Half way through this error pops up again.

I tried the installation again. Still about half way through it stopped, and the same error seems to come up.

Is it the program download?

But I downloaded the setup from a different site to see if that helped, yet seem to have the same problem.

I’m clueless as to what to do next. What do I do to resolve this problem?

I have posted a screen shot of the error message.

Thank you.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #130872

Unloading the Box Error on Upgrading to Windows 7 OS

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Hi,

You need to start out all over again, with the initial three files that were downloaded. See the subsequent link for step by step directions. This a superb tutorial regarding the way to configure the code Download files.

Tutorial: create bootable Installation Disk from Student download

More info here: See the directions

How I created a bootable Win7 with Digital River

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Answered By 0 points N/A #130873

Unloading the Box Error on Upgrading to Windows 7 OS

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First you need to create bootable Windows 7 DVD. First you have to download windows 7 from here. Burn this setup to DVD. Restart your system and insert DVD, wait for some time, your system will boot form this DVD.

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