Windows 7 ultimate 32bit installation issue

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I’m using Windows Vista as my operating system. I’m planning to upgrade to Windows 7.

One day, I installed Windows 7 ultimate 32 bit  on my PC but sad to say it won’t finish. It will only be up to here. It keeps on restarting.

See picture below.

Please help.

Setup will continue after restarting your computer

Answered By 0 points N/A #128736

Windows 7 ultimate 32bit installation issue


Your installation does not complete successfully. This type of errors are common in every Operating system. Now what you have to do is, insert your Window 7 disk into your CD ROM and start your computer.

Go to your BIOS settings to boot from CD ROM first and save changes and restart. It will start then go to settings and format your older version of Window and start your new installation. If this does not work, then insert Window 98 CD and format it with Window 98 by using the command, format.  It will ask you to choose yes and then it will format your driver where you have incomplete installation.  Now do as above.


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Windows 7 ultimate 32bit installation issue


If your Windows 7 installation won’t continue and always stops there, check again if your computer meets the requirements. To install Microsoft Windows 7, you need 1 GHz or faster 32-bit or 64-bit processor, 1 GB RAM for 32-bit and 2 GB RAM for 64-bit, 16 GB free space for 32-bit and 20 GB free space for 64-bit, and Microsoft DirectX 9-compatible video card with WDDM 1.0 driver or higher.

If what you are doing is upgrading your system from Windows Vista to Windows 7, do a clean install instead. Upgrading is different from doing a clean install. When you upgrade an operating system, you are not formatting the computer or the drive. You are simply installing the new operating system over the existing one keeping all the programs and user account settings intact and unchanged.

With a clean install, you need to start from scratch. This means you need to format the system drive (C) and install a fresh copy of the new operating system. See if this works.

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