Windows 7 service pack 1 Unable to Install ?

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When I installed Service pack 1 on windows 7, error shown unable to install "c:windows ystem32 qmapi.

dll is either not designed to run on windows or it contains error.

Please help.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #138782

Windows 7 service pack 1 Unable to Install ?

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You may have 3 problems.

1. If you are installing Win 7 using CD/DVD. Then the fault of CD/DVD drive could be the reason of this problem. Or if you are using USB pen drive to install it, there may be some files are missing.

2. Chipset may be weak and can't install/run/contain that file on the system or pc does not reach the ewin7 requirements.

3. Ram is not properly adjusted with motherboard.

4. The DVD disk is not genuine or it may containing some Error.

5. May be your Win7 pack is over copywriter.

Solution:

1. Please check your DVD rom using 3/4 win7 DVD. If you find the problem please change the DVD rom. Or if you are using a bootable pen drive, then please again make your pen drive bootable. You can use "Winf2lash" soft for booting.

2. Change the motherboard,

3. Reset your PC RAM. Open RAM and clean it and again insert it on to the Motherboard.

4. Your product is not upgraded. Please use better product DVD.

5. If it is copywriter, you must use intel product. You can use WIN7 service Ultimate.

Answered By 563040 points N/A #138783

Windows 7 service pack 1 Unable to Install ?

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I guess you have downloaded the wrong version of the Service Pack 1 update for Microsoft Windows 7. When downloading the Service Pack update, you will be prompted with a list of items you can download and it shows you many files which are quite confusing for those who are not familiar with their system. Before downloading, verify your operating system first if it is 32-bit or 64-bit.

To check the architecture of your operating system, right-click My Computer then select Properties. In General tab under System section, check if you see “64-bit” displayed in it. If you see this then that means you are using Windows 7 64-bit. But if you don’t see it, it means you have Windows 7 32-bit. Once you verified your operating system, go back to the download page or visit Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1.

Click on the Download button. Scroll down to the bottom of the list. Check “windows6.1-KB976932-X86.exe” if you are using a 32-bit Windows 7 or “windows6.1-KB976932-X64.exe” if you have a 64-bit Windows 7. After that, click Next to continue with the download.

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