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    Default Error trying to install Windows 7 64-bit

    After building the PC with successful posting, I popped in the oem Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit disc, it ran for awhile then BSOD'ed.

    Stop: 0x0000007F (0x0000000000000008, 0x0000000080050031, 0x00000000000006F8, 0xFFFFF8000CF066E3)

    Does anybody know what this error code exactly mean?



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    Default Re: Error trying to install Windows 7 64-bit

    dont be lazy, google it like any one else will
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    Default Re: Error trying to install Windows 7 64-bit

    What frequency and timings are st now?
    Run a pass or two some memtest86+ first.

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    Default Re: Error trying to install Windows 7 64-bit

    You could try installing Windows with just 2gb of memory installed,seems to me like a memory or northbridge voltage is off,try disabling all floppy drives and drive A from the bios too,even if you don't have a floppy drive as this can affect win 7 installation sometimes
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    Default Re: Error trying to install Windows 7 64-bit

    All are 'optimum settings'.

    HDD & TSST DVDRW drive connected to the only two Sata2_6 & 7 connectors on MB, respectively.

    Disabled the following in BIOS:

    Floppy Support
    Serial Port
    Parallel Port
    ESata Controller (USB is more convenient)
    Sata Controller: Enabled & set to Native IDE
    GSata Controller: Enabled and set to IDE
    Boot Drive Sequence: 1. DVDRW 2. HDD

    Windows Installer would stall or hang. When GSata Contreller is set to AHCI, WI would get past logo screen animation to "Setting Up" then BSOD.

    A bit of success this time when GSata Controller is set to RAID/IDE (I hate RAID), Windows Installer would run smoothly up to Step 2 where it asks for language, keyboard, etc, but when clicking 'next' I get a message saying that it needs a driver for CD/DVD drive and an option to 'browse' and 'rescan'. I popped in the Dell Drivers CD, but it couldn't even detect the CD no matter how many times I click 'browse' and would only show the default Windows Installer root directory instead.

    Am I on the right track choosing RAID/IDE?

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    It shouldn't ask you for anything,are you connected to internet? It should search online and download/install all the drivers for you,set to ahci not raid/ahci
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    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    It shouldn't ask you for anything,are you connected to internet? It should search online and download/install all the drivers for you,set to ahci not raid/ahci
    How can I connect to the internet without Windows??? It's a fresh install from a newly built system.

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    Default Re: Error trying to install Windows 7 64-bit

    I have no idea what "optimized defaults" are for any given system, is memory at 1333 or 1066?
    Try to set it to 1066 is it's at 1333 manualy (memory clock x5.33).

    If you do not use GSATA ports disable it.
    Try to disable SATA3

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    Default Re: Error trying to install Windows 7 64-bit

    Quote Originally Posted by Chike View Post
    I have no idea what "optimized defaults" are for any given system, is memory at 1333 or 1066?
    Try to set it to 1066 is it's at 1333 manualy (memory clock x5.33).

    If you do not use GSATA ports disable it.
    Try to disable SATA3
    All at stock settings, no tweaks.

    I'm only using GSATA (SATA2) to which the DVDRW & Hard drives are connected so I'm not going to disable it.

    Do you think disabling SATA3 and adjust the memory clock are requisites for Windows 7 installation? This is really weird. I've done OS installation b4 but have never ever dealt with an OS that is so picky like 7.

    On the other hand, I might get myself a new DVDRW drive and see if W7 will still ask for a driver.

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    Default Re: Error trying to install Windows 7 64-bit

    Quote Originally Posted by Salamander View Post
    Do you think disabling SATA3 and adjust the memory clock are requisites for Windows 7 installation? This is really weird. I've done OS installation b4 but have never ever dealt with an OS that is so picky like 7.

    On the other hand, I might get myself a new DVDRW drive and see if W7 will still ask for a driver.
    Disabling Sata3 ports is not required by Win7. It is just recommened that you disabled any unused ports. If you dont needed disable it is the rule of thumb.

    DVDRW drive should not require drivers to be installed for windows to see the drive. Only software needed to do the actual burning and that is not really needed as win7 can burn to dvd drives.
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