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No audio after installing Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit on Laptop

Q: No audio after installing Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit on Laptop

Hi,

I recently installed Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit on Toshiba Portege M500. However there is no audio came out although in the device manager it worked properly.

I have installed realtek audio driver but still no audio.

Could you please advise how to fix this issue? Thank you.

A: No audio after installing Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit on Laptop

If you installed RealTek, it did not take. The generic basic function Windows installed High Definition Audio Device is all that is showing for sound. Are you sure this PC has RealTek?

Looking at the Device Manager listing, this PC has other unidentified device problems. If there are motherboard chipset drivers for this model, install them as a first step.

More on the specs of this PC is needed. I looked at the Toshiba site but there are many different Portage M500 models.

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Hi,

I am really hoping if someone could help me with this issue that I am facing ever since I installed Windows 7 Ultimate (32 Bit).
I was using Windows XP Home edition prior to this.
After the installation of Windows 7, I saw in the Device Manager under the section "Sound" : Multimedia Audio Controller. This also had a yellow exclamation mark.

On my desktop, on the bottom right hand corner, if I click on the speaker icon (It has a red cross on it), it says "No audio devices are installed".

I have integrated sound card.

Can someone please tell me how to check what sound drivers I need and from where to install it?

I would really appreciate the help.

A:No audio after installing Windows 7 Ultimate

You find your driver at the mfgr's website.

Tell us what hardware you have and we can be helpful.

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I have two laptops: one with Windows 7 Home, and the other one with Windows 7 Ultimate.

I am currently using the newer laptop with Windows 7 Home, but I would like to install Windows 7 Ultimate from the CDs I purchased (which I used for the older laptop). What do I need to do? Do I need to unregister the laptop with Ultimate or can I just install Ultimate in this newer laptop?

Thanks.

A:Installing Windows 7 Ultimate in another laptop?

Hello vmhatup, welcome to Seven Forusm.



You will need a Windows 7 Ultimate activation key to activate the installation to the second laptop, you cannot use the same activation key you used for Home Premium.

1 Windows install = 1 activation key

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A:Installing ENG Windows 7 Ultimate on a Japanese laptop

  
Quote: Originally Posted by samhfoley


I cannot seem to figure out how to get the keyboard layout to install correctly. Every time I install whether it's japanese keyboard IME keyboard everything to the right of the U, H and N keys comes up wrong. my j's k's and l's are all numbers. ANy idea how I can solve this? Install in English and then add Japanese keyboard later? Any help welcome. Thanks


open control panel, region&languages, install/unnistall langauges, pop up window should appear, choose windows update, it should take you to some MS link to choose what language you want to install.
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A:Laptop became slow after custom installing windows 7 ultimate

Please bare in mind, however that doing a fresh installation of Windows 7 may require a purchase of a new product key.

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Hello,

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Plz advice.

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May I request if someone can provide a clue?

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You can get the drivers from the manufacturer support site. (see link below)

Sony eSupport - VGN-NS140D - Support

Make sure to choose the correct version of Windows.

If you don't have internet connection on the laptop you can save the files to

a disc or USB drive and then transfer them to the problem PC.

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Hello
How are you
I bought the system and Windows 7 Ultimate
But I could not install it
Possible give me the threads or the like for the installation process

A:Help installing Windows 7 Ultimate

Try cleaning the HD Drive first, using this tutorial:
SSD / HDD : Optimize for Windows Reinstallation

Than install OS using this tutorial:
Clean Install Windows 7

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hi all
just a general question on windows ultimate, can i install this edition on another drive while keeping my existing windows 7 home edition on the original drive? what i was going to do was disconnect my hard drive with the win 7 home on and just connect the drive i wish to have ultimate installed on and be able to have a choice to boot between operating systems while i transfer files etc over to ultimate. would i encounter problems if i wish to keep both operating systems on my pc? its a bought full retail edition (ultimate). the win 7 home was installed from factory.

A:installing windows 7 ultimate

Yes, there is no reason why you can't do what you suggest.

You don't say which files you are going to transfer to the Ultimate drive, but be aware you can't transfer applications - they will have to be installed again.

Once you've got both systems installed, you can then configure the BIOS to choose which drive is the first boot device.

Use the BCD Editor to rename the operting systems if need be.

BCDEDIT - How to Use

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I know there's a tutorial somewhere on the internets about how to do this, but can someone link me to where it tells you how you can make it so when you're installing Windows 7, you can have it install Home Premium instead of Ultimate?

Last thread today I swear..

A:Installing Windows 7, but don't want Ultimate

But you will have to use a crack because the keys are only intended for ultimate. And I would not recommend them as you never know whats in the goody bag.

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A:Windows 7 ultimate not installing

  
Quote: Originally Posted by Ericb982


I am not certain the ISO I have put on my flash drive is valid.


Why aren't you certain?

How do you plan to activate Windows 7 after you get it installed?

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Running windows 7 ultimate (64bit) on an asus board with a HD 5450 video card in addition to integrated [COLOR=blue ! important][COLOR=blue ! important]hdmi[/COLOR][/COLOR] video on the board, no audio from the hdmi output to either the TV set speakers or to the speakers of my component system.

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indicates that it is unplugged.

I have seen a couple of articles on this site that advise making the hdmi the default connection but this option is not selectable (grayed out).

Anyone know how to resolve this so that the audio will be transmitted with the video via the hdmi cable?

If anyone has a link or knowledge addressing this, it would be appreciated as I have been unable to find anything on this with a Windows 7 64bit operating system....

thanks....rocknroller
 

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i have installed windows 7 ultimate.once i intalled xp and it records audio.but now in 7 not
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My audio driver is not working and not able to detece speaker and microphone.I already instlled "Realtek High-Definition (HD) Audio Driver" with file name "sp69611.exe" but still not working..Please help....

A:audio driver for windows 7 ultimate 64 bit

Hi, Did you upgrade/downgrade your computer ? Have you tried the second one which is      http://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp69501-70000/sp69629.exe from   http://support.hp.com/us-en/drivers/selfservice/HP-15-Notebook-PC-series/7486447/model/7748033 If still doen't work and you did downgrade/upgrade your machine, you need to install the following drivers (on the same link)  and reboot first      Intel Chipset Installation Utility and Driver     Intel Management Engine Interface (MEI) Driver then install       http://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp69501-70000/sp69629.exe Regards.

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Hi, there has been a recent discussion thread at PlanetAMD64, where I am a member, about audio problems on Windows 7 Ultimate.

It appears to be a 'bug' in the low-level Windows drivers, where only 2-channel (ie stereo speakers) are allowed. Anything higher (eg 5.1 or 7.1) that is set in (for example) a higher-level program, such as the Creative Audio Console, is ignored.

Here is what I found, when I tested my own system here (this is from my most recent Post at PlanetAMD64):


Quote:




Hi Hugh, here are the results of my testing here, using the Creative Audigy 2 ZS Platinum Pro sound card/external mixer, with the Creative Inspire 5.1 Digital 5500 Speaker system:

The problem definitely seems to be with the Windows 7 system drivers.

Here are the tests/actions that I performed:

1) Updated my motherboard (ASUS M4A79T Deluxe) BIOS to the latest version (2304).

2) Disabled the onboard audio, in the BIOS settings.

3) Set up the Creative Audio Console to use my speakers (5.1 digital surround sound speaker system).

4) Ran the speaker test, only the left and right front (ie desktop stereo speakers) were working.

5) Enabled the onboard audio, in the BIOS settings, and disabled the Creative sound card using Device Manager.

6) Plugged the digital speaker system into the SPDIF output jack on the motherboard.

7) Tried to set the SPDIF output format to '5.1 speakers', but the option was not available from the Windows 7 driver.

8) Ran... Read more

A:Audio problems on Windows 7 Ultimate

FYI - I just returned from a conference at Microsoft where I learned that it's the 3rd party manufacturer's who determine if something is "compatible" with Windows 7 - NOT Microsoft.

Also, there are numerous issues with Creative drivers on the web. Both with Win7 and with some Vista installations. I doubt that this is a "Windows bug".

This site: http://www.microsoft.com/windows/com...Platinum%20Pro states that the device is only compatible with 32 bit versions of Windows. What version are you using?

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I put my computer's stats in my details. My sound card is integrated on my motherboard. I've tried everything I've read on these forums. 1) installed audio drives (for win 7 x64) from my motherboard's website. 2) tried installing the latest Realtek drivers off their site. 3) tried installing both as administrator.

Not sure what I'm doing wrong, but I can't seem to figure it out. About to go back to Win XP cause of it.

A:Audio not working: Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Click on Control panel, then click Troubleshooting, click view all (left side panel). Choose Playing Audio. See if anything gets resolved and let us know.

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Hello guys I hope you can help me with my problem..

For some reason my PC does not play sound anymore. I didn't do anything to it in fact everything was working fine the last time I used it. I was just surprised the moment I turned it on that I'm not getting any sounds!

I already tried windows troubleshooter and it said "Troubleshooter couldn't identify the problem". Already did a system restore but to no avail. Checked physical connections, tried using a different working headset but it still didn't play sound.

i already checked the device manager and it says the hardware is detected.

Please help me

A:Audio not working (Windows 7 ultimate 64 bit)

Hi, and welcome to TSF.

Exact make and model of machine please?

Also, what is the sound device listed as in device manager......RealTek?

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how can i get my audio to work?

Please Help!

ps... I believe I saw on another forum that windows ultimate only works with 64bit?
Is this true?

A:Windows 7 Ultimate Installed... No Audio! :(

You need Dell sound drivers, non-Dell sound drivers will either not work or not work correctly. Dell does not support Vista or Win 7 on this model, thus you will have to install a PCI sound card that is compatible. That is what others have reported doing on the Dell users forum.

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Any help can be appreciated....Thanks in advance!!

A:Installing windows 7 sp1 64 bit on ultimate 32bit

  
Quote: Originally Posted by jpchint


Should i install ultimate 64 bit first,then sp1 or directly sp1 64bit??


Either way will work. You can install Ultimate without SP1 and then add SP1 or you can install directly to Ultimate SP1 if you have that.

There's usually no big benefit from upgrading to 64 bit if you have only 4 GB of RAM, but it certainly works fine.

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Thanks Hope someone could help me

A:Problems installing Windows 7 Ultimate x64

You don`t need to change the boot device in the bios with a usb flash drive, just use the one time boot key to choose the flash drive.

Are you certain the flash drive was prepared successfully ?

Where did you get the Windows 7 files to put on the usb drive ?

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You have a problem with the installer. Where did you get Win7? How is it being activated? Did you burn the ISO to disk yourself? If so confirm the ISO and burn another using ImgBurn at 4x speed.

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Also - (sorry) The Laptop has 2gb RAM, since ive installed windows 7 it now only shows as 1gb. would this also have something to do with my black screen problem..

Nightmare, but any help would be greatly appreciated.

A:Problems since installing windows 7 ultimate

contecrux,
Welcome to Seven Forums.

Reseat the memory boards.

Sure hope you didn't sit the laptop in a puddle of water.

Water can play havoc with laptops.

After reseating the ram, if the laptop still only recognizes 1 GB, then
WIN | type MDSCHED | ENTER
Choose to reboot immediately.

WIN is the key with the wavy flag.

When the memory diagnostic program starts, you can use the F1 key to change how many tests are run.

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I just got a netbook and it came with Windows 7 Starter, and a whole lot of preloaded crap.
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Also, I'll be departitioning and formatting and installing blank, but if something goes amiss, I don't have a disk to reinstall the starter edition?

I've heard I can turn a USB into a boot drive to install an OS off of, but can I download a backup copy of Starter Edition to put back on the computer in case anything goes wrong?
 

A:Installing Windows 7 Ultimate on my Netbook?

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A:No wifi after re-installing windows 7 ultimate x64

  
Quote: Originally Posted by bacon flavoured


I re-installed windows 7 due to the old version not working with my new raid drive, i went to the asus and intel websites on my laptop and downloaded drives to a disk then installed those onto my new install but it keep saying that no networks are available. I've tried every fix that i found with google bu none of them seemed to work and just to add insult to injury the most helpful things windows has come up with are "search the web for help" and "find an antivirus online", I decided you guys would have more helpful suggestions. Network adapter is an 'Intel(R) 86527V-2 Gigabit Network Connection' according to windows device manager if that helps, going into the properties window it says it is working correctly so i don't think its a driver problem


You mention you are trying to connect wirelessly but the Network Adaptor you described as the 'Intel(R) 86527V-2 Gigabit Network Connection' is of course for a wired connection not wireless.

You will need a wireless NIC in order to connect wirelessly needless to say.

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Hi Everyone

I Have a major problem thats been goin on for weeks now and i have no idea wat to do. I recently installed windows 7 ultimate 32-bit and for some strange reason my audio is not working, when i went to device manager i saw a yellow question beside mutimedia audio controller. I will list the description below of my model PLZ CAN SOMEONE HELP ME !!!!!
I WILL PROVIDE MORE INFO IF NEEDED
Operating System: Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit (6.1, Build 7600) (7600.win7_rtm.090713-1255)
Language: English (Regional Setting: English)
System Manufacturer: IBM
System Model: 8189P6U
BIOS: Phoenix FirstBios(tm) Desktop Pro Version 2.0 for IBM ThinkCentre.
Processor: Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 2.80GHz, ~2.8GHz
Memory: 512MB RAM
Available OS Memory: 504MB RAM
Page File: 574MB used, 952MB available
Windows Dir: C:\Windows
DirectX Version: DirectX 11
DX Setup Parameters: Not found
User DPI Setting: Using System DPI
System DPI Setting: 96 DPI (100 percent)
DWM DPI Scaling: Disabled
DxDiag Version: 6.01.7600.16385 32bit Unicode

------------
DxDiag Notes
------------
Display Tab 1: No problems found.
Sound Tab 1: No sound card was found. If one is expected, you should install a sound driver provided by the hardware manufacturer.
Input Tab: No problems found.

--------------------
DirectX Debug Levels
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Direct3D: 0/4 (retail)
DirectDraw: 0/4 (retail)
DirectInput: 0/5 (retail)
DirectMusic: 0/5 (retail)
DirectPlay: 0/9 (retail)
DirectSound: 0/5 (retail)
DirectShow: 0/6 (ret... Read more

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A:Installing Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit

if I am reading you right it sounds like you need to start from step 1 here.
I'm assuming you have a win 7 upgrade disc
Clean Install with a Upgrade Windows 7 Version

if you have a full version windows disc follow this one.
Clean Install Windows 7

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Hello, everyone. This is my first post as well as my first question on this forum.

I bought an ASUS N56VZ a month ago, pre-installed with Windows 8 Single Language x64 which I do not like. I have been trying to install Windows 7 Ultimate x64 every since the first day I bought this notebook, I have done everything I could, but everything has failed. Now, I have come up with a plan, and I am going to post it here, along with my problems, and see if my plan will work.

My problem now is that I have a 1TB WD hard disk (GPT partition style) with 5 partitions and 222.51GB of unallocated volume. These are the partitions:
1. 300MB EFI System Partition
2. 600MB Recovery Partition
3. 150GB partition (Windows 8)
4. 537.9GB of storage space
5. 20GB Recovery Partition
(Ignore MULTIBOOT, that is my USB, which I plan to use as a bootable WIndows 8 Installer in case anything goes wrong. However, the setup has the same problem as Windows 7 setup, cannot be installed on GPT style partition, and this renders my USB useless)
Windows 7 setup cannot pass through the partition selection screen because it says that Windows 7 cannot be installed on GPT partition.
I cannot remember the other problems I have because there are just so many (I have solved some of them, some are just impossible).

My plan is:
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A:Problems Installing Windows 7 Ultimate x64

1) Downgrade to Windows 7.
Downgrade Windows 8 to Windows 7

2) Using a USB Pendrive on a PC with a uEFI BIOS.
USB Pendrive need to be formated to FAT32 as in
UEFI Bootable USB Flash Drive - Create in Windows
Take note of Step 11 for Windows 7.

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Hello everyone,
Recently I've been having some problems with my PC freezing from a few seconds up to a minute sometimes (during which if I had a video file playing in VLC, the audio would loop and the video would stop). I thought I caught some nasty virus so I decided to format and reinstall Windows.
I usually install Windows from a bootable USB made with Rufus, but this time it wouldn't work. It just wouldn't boot from USB, even though I had followed the exact same steps as before. The only thing different is that, for some reason, my flash drive appeared in BIOS as "Removable device" and not as "TOSHIBA TransMemory 8GB" like before.
So I decided I would install Windows from DVD. I knew something was wrong when it took an unusual amount of time to install. It would usually take me around 20 minutes, but now after 30m it was still expanding files. Then I got an error message. I tried it again with a different Windows DVD, but I got the same error message (linked below).

System Specs

CPU: AMD Athlon 64 X2 5600+
RAM: 4.00GB Dual-Channel DDR2 @ 312MHz
GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GT 630 1 GB DDR5
HDD: 298GB Western Digital WDC WD32
Motherboard: ASUSTeK M2N MCP61
Display: BenQ GL2250H
Power supply: 350W

Other things worth mentioning
Before formatting, I ran memtest to see if it was a RAM problem, but it found nothing wrong.
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A:Having problems installing Windows 7 Ultimate x64 on a PC.

Hi and Welcome to TSF!

Where are you getting your Windows ISO from?

Please preform a hard drive test using this guide here:

How to perform a Seagate's Seatools Test | Tech Support Forum

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I just got a netbook and it came with Windows 7 Starter, and a whole lot of preloaded crap.
Apparently it also doesn't come with a boot disc, that the 'factory settings' are hidden deep within the system somewhere.

Well, I don't seem to like the factory settings, and I want to install Windows 7 full version, clean, with no preloaded crap, but I don't know the best way to go about it, since this netbook doesnt have a disc drive.

Also, I'll be departitioning and formatting and installing blank, but if something goes amiss, I don't have a disk to reinstall the starter edition?

I've heard I can turn a USB into a boot drive to install an OS off of, but can I download a backup copy of Starter Edition to put back on the computer in case anything goes wrong?
 

A:Installing Windows 7 Ultimate on my netbook?

Run this to check your system, but as you have the starter edition of Windows 7 it should be ok.

You can install Windows 7 from an external CD drive simply by setting it to 1st in the boot order in the Bios.

You cannot legally download a copy of Windows 7 Starter unless you pay for it.
 

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Hi,

Can anyone please advise me if I need to reinstall my Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit O/S if I wish to use the AHCI setting for SATA disks?

I installed the O/S with the BIOS setting for SATA at ATA then changed it in the BIOS after install. Unfortunately, the PC will not boot with it set to AHCI for SATA but changing it back to ATA gets it to boot.

I thought that from Vista onwards the SATA setting in the BIOS could be changed after the O/S had been installed, perhaps not ?


Rgds
Auld Bint

A:Installing Windows 7 Ultimate 32 Bit With AHCI

Did you see this?

AHCI : Enable in Windows 7 / Vista

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Hello,

In 2009, I had purchased a genuine copy of Windows 7 Ultimate from a major retailer. I was upgrading from Vista, I believe. Had no problems.

In 2011, I had built a custom pc and tried installing my Windows 7 Ultimate and it gave me problems saying that it will not install on this pc.

I can't remember exactly how but a tech who worked at this major retailer informed me that I can do it on a new drive (of this new custom pc). I had to install it, then decline, activation, then reinstall it.

Can anyone please tell me if and how I can reinstall my genuine purchased copy of Windows 7 via this upgrade copy as I need to reinstall the os on this pc?

I thank you in advance!

A:Installing Windows 7 Ultimate Upgrade

Clean Install with Upgrade Version

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I just finished re-building my computer and performed a clean install of Windows 7 Ultimate (64-bit). I have not had any trouble getting any of the other device driver to install, but my audio does not work. When I mouse over the volume icon in my notification area, it says "No Audio Output Device is installed." I checked Device Manager and there are no missing drivers. The only thing in Device Manager that looks like anything audio related is the "High Definition Audio Controller".

I looked on the Intel support forums for an updated driver and found one that was for Windows XP/Vista. I tried to install it, but it said that the hardware was unsupported by the installation package. I have also tried to run the driver installer in compatibility mode for both XP SP3 and Vista SP1 & SP2, with no results.

I checked around on some other forums as well and saw a recommendation to update the chipset driver, which I have done. All other drivers and the system BIOS were updated to the latest versions. I also checked in BIOS and the audio is enabled. Also, another recommendation that I have tried is to uninstall the "High Definition Audio Controller" and disable audio in BIOS on next boot, then re-enable it after restarting a 2nd time and let Windows find the driver again.
The relevant specs of my PC are as follows:

Motherboard: Intel DG33TL Desktop Board
- From what Intel says, the audio chip is an "IDT 92xx Series"
OS: *Genuine* Windows... Read more

A:Cannot install audio driver in Windows 7 Ultimate (64-bit)

Looks like Intel doesn't provide support (drivers) for Windows 7x64 for that particular board.http://downloadcenter.intel.com/SearchResult.aspx?lang=eng&ProductFamily=Desktop+Boards&ProductLine=Intel%C2%AE+3+Series+Chipset+Boards&ProductProduct=Intel%C2%AE+Desktop+Board+DG33TLSometimes you can get Vista drivers to work (which you have already tried, apparently), but to be honest, updating your hardware is usually the easier (albeit more costly) route.You could look into just getting a PCI sound card: http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&N=100008658&IsNodeId=1

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The audio works perfectly fine in Windows XP, but not in Windows 7. The problem is, I cannot hear anything when I connect my earphones to the front jack. I just get VERY quiet audio through my left earphone, and nothing at all in the right one. I have tried everything - from the stickies to things I've found while browsing this forum, but nothing is working.

I have integrated audio - Realtek ALC 882. I have installed the latest drivers from both Realtek sites (realtek.com.tw and realtek.cz), but they didn't help. I have tried the pin registry hacks (Pin00, Pin14, and Pin1b) to 04 00 00 00, but nothing happened. I have fiddled with various settings (unticked "enable jack detection", set Onboard Audio to Enabled in the bios, set Stereo Mixer to default playback device), but none of them did anything.

I am at my wit's end here. Really, I will appreciate any suggestions (even obvious ones) at this point. I just want the sound to work!

A:Audio Problems - Realtek ALC 882, Windows 7 Ultimate x32

The big problem is compatibility with Vista/Windows 7. HP does not have sound drivers for Vista or Windows 7, thus it is not supported. Non vendor (non HP) drivers may or may not work.

I used to do a lot of support on the Dell users forum and there were Dell's that were the same way - XP systems that Dell did not support for Vista/Windows 7. In those cases users were installing separate PCI sound cards that were Windows 7 compatible. You may have to do the same thing.

Vista/Windows 7 handles some audio functions differently than XP and the reason XP drivers are not compatible.

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Hi i am new here
I had purchased a new pc last month, it has windows 7 ultimate 64 bit but didn't get speakers now when i get them i tried and saw that voice was very unclear and slow, i tried using headphones and also tried another set of speakers and complete full volume but same problem,the same video file which works fine on my other pc(windows xp sp2 based) gives very slow and unclear voice on my new pc.but the strange thing is that when i play fifa 09 in that sound looks ok to me.
I have the intel DH55TC mother board and audio is on board only
Onboard audio - Channels 5.1 channels
Onboard audio - Codec chip Realtek ALC888
Onboard audio - Codec type HDA
and i have nvidia 9600 gt ddr3
ddr3 ram 4gb
core i5
i cant figure out if the problem is in the compatibility of windows 7 ultimate 64 bit and my mother board as earlier i have having lan related problem which was also on board as every time i switched on pc it showed red cross on connections and i had to restart pc then it worked correctly but then i installed some new drivers and i guess that problem is solved now but there is audio problem so i cant figure out there is a problem with my motherboard or a driver problem or simply a codec problem, i have also downloaded and installed this driver Audio: Realtek* ALC Audio Driver(*Audio: Realtek* ALC Audio Driver) from the intel site but it did not help.please help me figure this out.
thanks
 

A:audio problem withe 64 bit windows 7 ultimate

I found your question difficult to read because of the lack of sentence structure, so please forgive me if I don't tell you what you need to hear.

Download all the newest drivers specific to your motherboard and attached devices for Windows 7 64bit, then install them.
 

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Ok so it doesn't matter what I'm doing, my audio cuts in and out randomly. I thought it might be a faulty board (and seeing as its built into my mother board I can't take it out and try another one) so I tried swapping over to my digital audio out on my graphics card. That yielded even worse results as not only would it cut out but every so often it'd come back artifacted and require resetting the audio on the video card to get it back. This is a relatively fresh install, but it was doing this before I had issues and needed to reinstall. So I'm thinking its a problem inside windows 7 itself.

Any thoughts guys?

A:Audio cuts in and out randomly under windows 7 ultimate

Run the (free) DPC Latency Checker and see what that shows, as a start.

DPC Latency Checker

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Greetings to all,

I had been using windows 7 ultimate 32 bit for nearly 6 months since only 2.90 ram usable out of 4.i have migrated to windows 7 ultimate 64 bit.. for one week the process and working of os was good .. suddenly i has encountered the problem of heating and some buzzing sound which could be heard till next room.. I'm really frustrated by seeing this ****.. please net pals suggest me good ideas to get rid of the this problem. i wanna know whether the problem is my lap OR the current os..
after all the thing my processor support 64 bit..

should i head back to 32 bit again?
 

A:System heats up after installing 64-bit Windows 7 Ultimate

You can try to head back to 32-bit but I doubt it'll help, it sounds like the laptop is over heating due to a broken fan.
 

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Hi
I have HP Compaq dc7700 small form factor desktop that has been running on XP. I wanted to install windows 7 ultimate and the installation started well until the point where windows starts loading services. unfortunately there was a blackout and on resuming the installation, the computer boots from the hard drive but installation is not completed. The computer started displaying this message: "The computer restarted unexpectedly or encountered an unexpected error. Windows installation cannot proceed. To install windows click "OK" to restart the computer and restart the installation." I have restarted the computer but every time it loads the incomplete installation and displays the error. I have attempted to select disc drive and usb as the first boot device but each time the computer boots from the hard disk and displays this error. Any ideas on how to sort this out will be appreciated.
I have also tried booting with a different disc but nothing seems to be working

A:having trouble installing windows 7 ultimate on a desktop that had XP

Work through the steps for Overcoming Windows 7 Installation Failures - Windows 7 Help Forums

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This problem has been solved.






Quote:
This is my first post on the forums so hello everyone!

I hope you can help me find the problem that's causing my system to hang to the point where even the cursor stops responding and I have to do a hard reboot. No BSOD whatsoever, just a complete halting of everything.

The hang up does not present itself with every game. Just to name two of them: Armed Assault and EVE Online. I have had this problem on Vista and now with Windows 7. I do manage to install Armed Assault but when applying a patch to it the system hangs.

My somewhat thorough troubleshooting has made me come to the conclusion that this hang up is caused by large files or large compressed files. I actually had a hang up today when I was trying to extract a 2,5 gig zip file. Since EVE Online is a single file download (that's the one I was trying to extract after unsuccesfull install attempt) and the Armed Assault patches are huge single files this might be the problem. I need to know what's causing the hang up on large files so I can continue playing EVE Online.

Where should I start looking for the problem? What info should I provide to you?

Thank you in advance!

A:Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit hangs when installing games

  
Quote: Originally Posted by XpressO


This is my first post on the forums so hello everyone!

I hope you can help me find the problem that's causing my system to hang to the point where even the cursor stops responding and I have to do a hard reboot. No BSOD whatsoever, just a complete halting of everything.

The hang up does not present itself with every game. Just to name two of them: Armed Assault and EVE Online. I have had this problem on Vista and now with Windows 7. I do manage to install Armed Assault but when applying a patch to it the system hangs.

My somewhat thorough troubleshooting has made me come to the conclusion that this hang up is caused by large files or large compressed files. I actually had a hang up today when I was trying to extract a 2,5 gig zip file. Since EVE Online is a single file download (that's the one I was trying to extract after unsuccesfull install attempt) and the Armed Assault patches are huge single files this might be the problem. I need to know what's causing the hang up on large files so I can continue playing EVE Online.

Where should I start looking for the problem? What info should I provide to you?

Thank you in advance!


Hi and welcome

We need a bunch of info. we can start off by helping you generate a DMP file from you hung process. use these to genereate and upload it. http://www.sevenforums.com/crash-loc...g-process.html

If you have no other choice but to force boot, you might waan... Read more

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I would like to do a clean instal on my Dell Studio pc as I have had nothing but problems since I bought it with Vista Home Premium pre installed. I have decided to move to Windows 7.

The cheapest option is to upgrade. I have run the Upgrade Advisor and been told that I can upgrade to Windows 7 Home Premium or Ultimate. My husband is a mature student so I can get an education licence for Ultimate at 57.99. There is no education licence of Windows 7 Home Premium available so the cheapest is 98. That said, the functionality in Ultimate is way over the top for my needs.

What are the implications of installing Ultimate as and when a new version of Windows or whatever comes out - am I always going to have to instal (and pay for) the top end version?

I have considered biting the bullet now and buying the full version as I'm not sure of the complexity of performing a clean install with upgrades discs. Any thoughts anyone?

Lulu
 

A:Solved: Implications of installing Windows 7 Ultimate

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Hi
I Have Just installed windows 7 and theirs no sound. its giving me the option of Digital Audio (S/PDIF) and nothing else, anybody know why the speakers option is not there?
please help
Kind regards
Adam
 

A:Solved: no sound after installing windows 7 ultimate

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Hi to every one!
I'm Artan and i have a old Fujitsu Siemens PC Scenic BS015 with a P 4 2.8 GHz. and 3 GB DDR with HDD 37.2 GB.
Was installed on it the Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit. I find another HDD of 37.2 GB and i put on to extend dhe HDD. After some times the PC was not working well and I thought maybe is time to re install the Windows 7.
When I try to do so was impossible to re install the OS on the Drive C (where it was) but automatically offers me to install on the other Drive (). I done so but I have now two OS on my computer and I don't need both of them.
Can somebody help me how can I fix this problem?

A:Problem with Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit installing.

Use the install dvd to format the OS you don`t want.

You should have only had a single hard drive plugged in when you attempted to install windows.

Try again.

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Hello,

I am trying to do a clean install of Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit, over a previous installation of Windows Vista 32 bit, using a Windows 7 upgrade disk. When I select the partition, it gives me the error in the title, 0x80300024. This is on a mac pro computer. I did some looking and found the following thread:

Error (0x80300024)

which suggests pulling out all harddrives besides the one I'm installing windows on. Or more specifically, pulling out all harddrives with OS X installed. However, in my case, Vista and OS X are installed on separate partitions of the same harddrive; so I can't exactly remove the OS X drive.

Is there any way of fixing this?

I do have another drive; I could move its content elsewhere and use bootcamp to make that a windows partition, but I only have an upgrade disk, and from what I've read without a previous Windows install I will have trouble with activation.

I would be very grateful for any tips! Let me know if you need more information.

Edit: Never mind. Major brain malfunction there, the two OS's are actually installed on separate drives, so the solution posed in the thread I linked above should work.

A:Installing Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit, error 0x80300024

You can do a clean install with an upgrade disc, see here: Clean Install with a Upgrade Windows 7 Version

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I have been having problems in installing the updates that I have listed below. For each update I attempted to install them individually but they would not install. I also downloaded the SURT 6.1 KB947821 v27. The problem has been going on now for about 2 months. (whenever the issue with the updates comes to mind I am never near my pc). Thank you in advance.


Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer 9 for Windows 7 for x64-based Systems (KB2838727)
Security Update for Windows 7 for x64-based Systems (KB2757638)
Security Update for Windows 7 for x64-based Systems (KB2785220)
Security Update for Windows 7 for x64-based Systems (KB2790113)
Security Update for Windows 7 for x64-based Systems (KB2813170)
Security Update for Windows 7 for x64-based Systems (KB2813430)
Security Update for Windows 7 for x64-based Systems (KB2839894)
Update for Windows 7 for x64-based Systems (KB2726535)
Update for Windows 7 for x64-based Systems (KB2773072)
Update for Windows 7 for x64-based Systems (KB2786400)
Update for Windows 7 for x64-based Systems (KB2798162)
Update for Windows 7 for x64-based Systems (KB2808679)
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A:Windows 7 Ultimate (64) Security updates not installing.

Please follow the Windows Update Posting Instructions and post the requested data

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Good morning,
I have a problem installing Windows 7 Ultimate x64 on a MacBook Air.
The machine is a MacBook Air 11.6", 1.6 GHz Intel Core Duo,4GB memory 1067 MHz DDR3 , 128 GB SSD Disk, running Mac OS X 10.6.7.
Using the Boot Camp Assistant I create the partition for Windows.
I installed then rEFIt 0.14 .
I boot from a external CD/DVD/Blu Ray unit (Pioneer BD-RW BDR-201) using a Windows 7 Ultimate DVD Including Service Pack 1) OEM Systems Builder Pack.
After getting the rEFIt window and select the Window 7 disk, the system took
just one second to ask me to Press Any Key to boot from CD or DVD.
After that took about 3 seconds in the first "Windows is loading files" window.
And after that about 49 seconds in the second "Windows is loading files" window.
When this second loading finished, I observe an access to the external DVD in
about 3 seconds, and another 8 seconds later, and after that nothing for one hour.
The window with the "windows is loading files" keeps exactly the same and there
is no more access to the DVD in one hour.
What can I be missing.?

Thank you for your help with this issue.

A:Problem Installing Windows 7 Ultimate x64 on a MacBook Air

I have exactly the same problem on my macbook air 2011 13".

I tried with bootcamp, refit, but the screen will freeze on the second screen of "Window is loading files".

I tried to install windows xp home with refit, successfully. But when I try to upgrade to windows 7, same problem appear: freeze on the second screen of "Window is loading files".

I think it might be related with 64bit win 7, or something?

Anyone has the same problem or solution?








  
Quote: Originally Posted by arutsuro


Good morning,
I have a problem installing Windows 7 Ultimate x64 on a MacBook Air.
The machine is a MacBook Air 11.6", 1.6 GHz Intel Core Duo,4GB memory 1067 MHz DDR3 , 128 GB SSD Disk, running Mac OS X 10.6.7.
Using the Boot Camp Assistant I create the partition for Windows.
I installed then rEFIt 0.14 .
I boot from a external CD/DVD/Blu Ray unit (Pioneer BD-RW BDR-201) using a Windows 7 Ultimate DVD Including Service Pack 1) OEM Systems Builder Pack.
After getting the rEFIt window and select the Window 7 disk, the system took
just one second to ask me to Press Any Key to boot from CD or DVD.
After that took about 3 seconds in the first "Windows is loading files" window.
And after that about 49 seconds in the second "Windows is loading files" window.
When this second loading finished, I observe an access to the external DVD in
about 3 seconds, and another 8 sec... Read more

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Well, in previous threads I explained how possible RAM problems and perhaps drivers began causing problems with my computer, with ridiculous amounts of BSOD's, problems trying to reinstall windows, MEMTEST 86 coming up with all sorts of problems with my RAM sticks, etc.

It went from bad to worse when my old power supply got fried in the middle of the night.

After some trial and tribulation, I bought a better power supply (a 650 watt Corsair TX650), 4gb of DDR2-800 Corsair XMS2 RAM, put it all in, and I wanted to see what happened. I was relieved to find that the power supply had taken nothing out with it, all the other parts worked.

When trying to install Windows the first time, it 'froze' when 'unpacking' the files during the installation, or whatever it does. I restarted it, tried again, and it went by without a hitch. Everything installed fine (I presume), and I am now posting this from my laptop while staring at the empty desktop of my other computer, the one I just installed Windows on.

It's given me a lot of trouble in the past couple of weeks, and I want to make sure that it is all ready before I start installing programs, using the Automatic Update feature (which is, perhaps coincidentally, where my problems started last time, I tried to install about 44 updates that had gathered up while the computer was stored).

So, my question is: What exactly do I need to update as soon as I install Windows? I'd rather download stuff straig... Read more

A:Just finished installing Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit...now what?

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Hi All,

Like the poster in this thread I'm getting errors everytime I try and install a windows update. It goes as far as the configuring updates startup screen but then fails on 15 %.

Some of the errors I get are error 80071a90 and error 630. I've tried running the microsoft fix it tool, restoring the .net framework to factory settings and updateing etc but all to no avail.

I'm not sure it makes a difference but Windows is running on Virtualbox running on OSX Mountain Lion on my macbook air.

I've also ran the MDAG tool and this is a copy of the report:


Code:
Diagnostic Report (1.9.0027.0):
-----------------------------------------
Windows Validation Data-->

Validation Code: 0
Cached Online Validation Code: 0x0
Windows Product Key: *****-*****-R93K2-6BYFW-XR9G7
Windows Product Key Hash: Nv+7pdtwQ0KYkIGl2pJxlmxjBsI=
Windows Product ID: 00426-069-2596875-86946
Windows Product ID Type: 5
Windows License Type: Retail
Windows OS version: 6.1.7601.2.00010100.1.0.001
ID: {EB53CD4B-CAB9-4A0A-8360-C523F685DA66}(1)
Is Admin: Yes
TestCab: 0x0
LegitcheckControl ActiveX: N/A, hr = 0x80070002
Signed By: N/A, hr = 0x80070002
Product Name: Windows 7 Ultimate
Architecture: 0x00000009
Build lab: 7601.win7sp1_gdr.120503-2030
TTS Error:
Validation Diagnostic:
Resolution Status: N/A

Vista WgaER Data-->
ThreatID(s): N/A, hr = 0x80070002
Version: N/A, hr = 0x80070002

Windows XP Notifications Data-->
Cached Result: N/A, hr = 0x80070002
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A:Errors when installing updates on Windows Ultimate x64

Here are some screenshots of the update history in case it helps

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HI,

The new WINDOWS 7 installation just give me HIGH-DEFINITION AUDIO DEVICE option under playback tab which I can tell it is working properly because I see the green levels going up and down when test option is clicked. However, no sound coming out of the plugged in-ear headphone and no speaker option is available.

I tried several times to install REALTEK HIGH-DEFINITION AUDIO DRIVER => 32bit_ Win7_ Win8_ Win81_ R273, but I followed the installation instructions, and somehow I do not see the realtek device under sound, videos and game controllers in the device manager. I pretty much sure the device has not been installed properly, for some reason.

I am attaching some screenshots with system information and audio info display.

Regards,
TechGi
 

A:No sound coming out after installing windows 7 ultimate sp1

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It's embarrassing to say how many hours I have invested in fighting the UEFI on my MB. Anyway, I need some help understanding how and why you should choose UEFI when installing Windows. Windows 7 in this particular case.

I'll try to start by explaining some of the issues and some of the parts of UEFI I don't understand. let's begin with my boot options that has had me pulling my hair out.

Asus bios boot options look something like this

1.DVD drive
2.SSD
3.HDD
4.UEFI DVD drive (this particular option has caused me some major headache and I don't understand its use. If I try to install windows 7 using the UEFI drive it will disable my mouse at the Windows 7 install screen.
5.Windows boot device. Can't remember the exact label on that but it is usually tied to my SSD booting ability

The way I finally got my install to go smooth was to only have the first 3 boot options available. Disabling 4 and 5

Also, in my bios I can choose between Windows UEFI or Other OS? Right now I'm using the windows UEFI choice, although I'm doubting I'm fully utilizing UEFI since I did not install my copy of with with UEFI DVD drive

I guess what I really want to know is how to use UEFI? What is it? Why should I use it? and last but not least what is that UEFI DVD drive, why is this a necessary boot option?

A:Need help understanding UEFI while installing Windows 7 64 Ultimate

Hi and welcome to SevenForums,
Pretty much can be summed up as welcome to Skylake and the Z170 world where win-7 is a pain to install

I've heard from a birdie using a dvd install isn't too bad
But mostly win-7 uses AHCI mode and Skylake uses XHCI mode.
I'm sure your board has a SP/2 connection for a mouse or keyboard.
UEFI (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface) - Install Windows 7 with

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Hey guys,

I installed Windows 7 Ultimate x64 yesterday and since then I've been getting frequent/random BAD_POOL_HEADER Blue Screens, see attached Log.

Tell me if you require anymore info, thanks!

A:BSOD 'BAD_POOL_HEADER' After Installing Windows 7 Ultimate 64x

Update Windows fully. If it still BSOD's, post updated ZIP file

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Hi, 
I am trying to clean install Windows 7 Ultimate on a Dell XPS 8900 that originally came with Windows 10 installed. The installation keeps going until almost to the end then gives me error message that says"Windows setup could not finish installing hardware for computer...  I have used killdisk to wipe the hard drive and still get the same error. Can anyone please help me with this issue?

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Hello, All!

Here's my system specifications, so please tell me where can I download SoundMax Digital Audio Drivers for my Windows 7 Ultimate? Please give link? I've tried my best but I couldn't find drivers for Windows 7 yet. (I've uploaded my system specifications in .zip format with this thread).

Hope for the answer.

A:SoundMax Digital Audio Drivers for Windows 7 Ultimate?

  
Quote: Originally Posted by Happpy


Hello, All!

Here's my system specifications, so please tell me where can I download SoundMax Digital Audio Drivers for my Windows 7 Ultimate? Please give link? I've tried my best but I couldn't find drivers for Windows 7 yet. (I've uploaded my system specifications in .zip format with this thread).

Hope for the answer.


Hi Happpy and welcome
Since I amm not sure if you are 32bit or 64 (suspect 32) here is the google results for both. Just go there and pick the appropriate driver. SoundMax Digital Audio Drivers - Google Search
Ken

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I installed windows 7 ultimate. When everything was done there was two things wrong.

1. Was not connected to the internet
2. Audio was not working

most important was the internet. I am on a wired connection to my modem. I do not understand why I am not connected to the internet. When I use Kubuntu Jaunty live disk i'm online just fine (like right now) but in windows, nothin.

the second, it says that my audio isn't working, and it isn't in windows. again works fine on the kubuntu live disk.

i don't understand why any of this is going wrong.

my system is rather old, its a Dell OptiPlex GX240, Pentium IV 1.7Ghz processor, 1GB RAM, NVIDIA FX5500.
(yea i need a new system, so far only have $400 and thats definatly not enough)

A:Windows 7 Ultimate Can't connect to internet/audio not working

You will need to go to the Dell site and get the new drivers for W7.
If the system isnt to old they should have all of the including
System
Network
Audio

If you have a thumb drive or something similar it is easy to put them on there and then put it into your computer and run the install.

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problem is that i installed driver that is available on hp offical website that is IDT High-Definition (HD) Audio Driver but after installing this driver my SRS PREMIUM SOUND become unresponsive and not working . please tell me the appropriate audio driver i am using windows ultimate x64 

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hello, everyone. I'm having the same problem as this person over here, Virtual Audio Cable Not Working

Unfortunately they closed the forum post without posting any solution. Im having serious issues with Virtual audio cable program and it's really frustrating. I have tried every possible solution from google and cant find one!, when I open my Vac control panel it says "DRIVER NOT LOADED" I ran it as administrator and tried to uninstall the program oh and by the way I cant even unisntall the program, I tried doing it the normal way from uninstall a program. its not even listed there, cant even find a folder. I tried unisntalling the device from device managers and it says error. This program sucks!!!, if anyone can help me that would be great, not to mention im also open to alternatives but right now I just wanna get this crappy program off my PC or get it to work. Thank you

A:Windows 7 Ultimate, Virtual Audio cable not working!!!

oh and I dont get Line 1 and line 2 when I open the audiorepeater, due to the fact that this did not install properly and I cant even open control panel

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Ok. So I've been running my desktop on Windows XP with no problems for almost a year now. Last night, I decided to reformat and install Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit. Now, I can't get the audio to work. I have no sound at all. I tried the Foxconn website, none of the sh*t there helps. Either that or they're not working. I'm no computer genius but I'm guessing I need to find a suitable driver for the onboard audio. I tried downloading the latest realtek driver/software but still nothing. I'll appreciate any help or suggestions! Thanks in advance!

A:No Audio with Foxconn P43A running on Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit

Do you have any drivers for Realtek ALC888GR? (onboard audio of my foxconn p43a) I get no audio as well.

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Hi guys,

I am trying to install the checked build version of Windows 7 Ultimate (32-bit) but I am receiving a BSOD with,

"STOP: 0x0000007E (0xC0000420, 0x8A115A15, 0x89B86628, 0x89B86150)"

even before the installation GUI is shown. The technical information message also shows,

"ACPI.sys - Address 8A115A15 base at 8A0C9000, DateStamp 4ce78f21".

I have the free build version of Windows 7 Ultimate N (64-bit) installed on the same setup, but on a different hard drive, without any problems. I am using the following hardware,

Intel DH55TC motherboard,
Intel Core i5 650 processor
4 GB RAM.

After reading some articles on the internet I tried the following without any success :
Using only one RAM module during installation, as suggested by some.
Connecting only one hard drive during installation, as suggested by some.
Checked that the cooling system on the CPU is in good condition, as suggested by some.
Disabling ACPI in BIOS but the system does not allow it.
Disabling ACPI in Windows but apparently that can't be done for Windows 7.

I also read, at Win 7 checked build installation problem on DG41WV, that the Intel DG41WV motherboard produced similar messages prior to installation.

Does my DH55TC board support checked build versions of Windows? Any help will be much appreciated!

A:BSOD when installing Windows 7 Ultimate (32-bit) checked build

Do you have a known good installer for the Checked Build version? How was it burned to DVD or written to flash stick?

Try wiping the HD first with Diskpart Clean Command.

Reset BIOS to defaults, set SATA controller to AHCI, unplug all other drives and peripherals.

You may also need to supply SATA controller drivers to overcome the BSOD: Checked and Free Build Differences (Windows Drivers)

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hello forum, i recently installed windows 7 Ultimate on another hard drive to dual boot with my windows 7 Home Premium (Dont bother asking why) And when it finished the installation, it logged on correctly, but now the wifi doesnt work (wifi light isnt even on when the wifi cord is pluged in), also the usb3.0 ports dont work either, how would i fix this?
I tried going onto my Home Premium Version and everything worked fine there, specs down below if needed

A:Installing Windows 7 Ultimate makes some devices not to work

Have you done all your updates ? Installed all your drivers ? You do know about these things, correct ?

WiFi cord ? What is that ?

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I installed Windows Vista Ultimate on several machines without incident. Yesterday I installed it onto my desktop. A Gateway that was previously running Win XP I had backed up my hard drive to an external becuase I wanted to do a clean setup. I chose those uptions as they appeared in the setup screen. The os set up fine. I then ran Windows Update. AFter everything downloaded I let the system install the 87 updates. The computer shyt down. I restaeted it and re-ran updates again. After downloading it installed about 7 more updates and shut down. Now when I turn on the machine. I get the "Splash Screen" tehn a black screen and in the top left corner it says:
Booting "Windows Vista"
ACPI
Vista Loader 2.1.2
Done!
Fallback 1
find --set-root /bootmgr

That hangs for about two minutes then I get a screen that says Setup is inspecting your hardware configuration.

Then a screen that says: The file ARFSPK0N could not be found Press any key to continue. I press a key and I get a Setup Failed and it just basically goes back to the beginning.

I have tried installing the Original XP setup disc that came with my computer however it reads it then I get a message saying that Drive "R" could not be read and then my CD drive door opens. There is no disc in that drive as the setup disk is a DVD so it is in the DVD drive.

I went into the whole setup screen and chnaged the boot order but nothing seems to work.

I need HELP!!!

Thank you very much.

A:Windows Vista Ultimate will not boot up after installing updates

Markyajv,
Welcome to Vista Forums!

Was your gateway having any other issues before you updated it? Virus, infection of any type? Or was it just time to upgrade?

The reason that you might be getting that disc error is because that might be a recovery disc, not an installation disc.

Try inserting you vista install disc, make sure that you are booting from the DVD drive before the harddrive. Then, when you go to install, when you are looking to see what partion to install on, make sure that you erase, not format, erase the partion. This usually helps with installation errors.

Let us know,
Ben

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Hey everyone

I have a Toshiba Satellite P105-S9337 with windows vista home premium pre-installed. One day i decided to upgrade to windows vista ultimate edition and as the computer restarted to finalize the installation, all i saw was a black screen for a very long time, so i decided to turn off the computer and turn it on again. The problem is now that every time i turn on my computer i just see a black screen not even a Toshiba logo comes up just blackness! I took it to Best Buy and the people there told me it was a motherboard issue, and i could send it in and get it fixed for around $800.. i didn't want to do this because i thought i could just buy a whole new laptop with that money.
Was it really the motherboard that crapped out? And if it was is there a way i can fix it myself? (note: i have a soldering iron and some knowledge on hardware) It would be really helpful if there was a cheaper solution or a how-to-guide someone can refer me to, thanks.

Karimanator
 

A:Motherboard failure after installing windows vista ultimate

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I just bought a used Dell Latitude E4300 which contains an Intel Core 2 Duo P9400 2.4GHz 64-bit processor and every time I install my copy of Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit, it installs the 32-bit version.

I have been searching for the last 24 hours online for any issues with Windows 7 64-bit and the Latitude E4300 but cannot find anything helpful for my situation; in fact I have found a couple of sites where people have installed the 64-bit version of Win 7 on thier Latitude and they are having other issues.

I have 8GB of memory in the laptop I would like to be able to utilize, but the system type says it is a 32-bit operating system.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

The Intel Processor Identifier utility says it is indeed a 64-bit processor so I am unsure why Windows 7 keeps installing the 32-bit version:

Intel(R) Processor Identification Utility
Version: 4.41.20111201
Time Stamp: 2012/03/03 06:10:29
Operating System: 6.1-7600-
Number of processors in system: 1
Current processor: #1
Active cores per processor: 2
Disabled cores per processor: 0
Processor Name: Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU P9400 @ 2.40GHz
Type: 0
Family: 6
Model: 17
Stepping: 6
Revision: 610
Maximum CPUID Level: A
L1 Instruction Cache: 2 x 32 KB
L1 Data Cache: 2 x 32 KB
L2 Cache: 6 MB
Packaging: ?FCPGA/?FCBGA
Enhanced Intel SpeedStep(R) Technology: Yes
MMX(TM): Yes
Intel(R) SSE: Yes
Intel(R) SSE2: Yes
Intel(R) SSE3: Yes
Intel(R) SSE4: Yes
Intel(R) AES-NI: No
Intel(R) AVX: No
Enhanced Halt State: ... Read more

A:Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit installing 32-bit on my Dell Lattitude E4300

That laptop has an Intel Core2Duo SP9400 in it, which is indeed a 64bit CPU. Assuming it's not somehow disabled in the BIOS (and I can't imagine how that could be, especially on a Dell), it would seem you have 32bit installation media. Given that machine released sometime in 2007 or 2008 (Vista-era) and shipped with XP as it's installation default option, it just sounds like somehow you have non-Dell installation media, and it's a 32bit install.

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I have two 80 GB drives I wish to use in raid 0 for my OS and video game installations.

I already know the system can function in raid, because after setting up hardware raid I was using them for my video games and screen capture (video) software. They run great, with over double the speed of my other, single drive.

But my problem then was that they would never keep their drive letters on reboot. Every time i restarted I had to set the letter again.

Well, I never found an answer to that so I just went ahead and attempted to install w7 on them. It installs just fine. Windows 7 sees the raid array as one single 149GB drive.

Upon the initial boot, it hangs at the logo screen and never moves. I assumed this was due to lack of raid drivers. Obtained the windows VISTA drivers for my motherboard, as windows 7 drivers are not listed on the web site...

Same problem. I read somewhere that windows XP x64 drivers work for this problem, but I dont have a floppy drive and the website only offers a small .exe that will make a floppy disc.
If that is the problem, i just need someone to make this disc and send me the drivers off of it.

If anyone knows that it is something else... please help! The motherboard is an EVGA 780i 132-CK-?? tri-sli (it will show up on google)
For the time being I am at the hospital, so i cannot actually attempt anything but i can answer questions.
 

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Hello there! Let me describe my problem: I have a HP Pavilion 11-n010sn x360 convertible Laptop. It had Windows 8.1 on it, and most of the updates failed to install, then I updated to Windows 10, still some of the updates had the same effects. Nevermind, here is what I did on it: I wanted to install on a new 75GB Partition Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1.
I took the ISOs from an Windows ISO downloader from *cough*heidoc(dot)net*cough*. It ain't having any piracy, just a free downloader that gives you download links from Microsoft. Meh, I think I broke one rule there, nevermind, The issue is that I had an Load Driver error, because it couldn't find the CD/DVD Driver. If you look at the Device Specs, *caps* there is no *censored* driver for any disks */caps*.
I tried changing the USB device with the installer to somewhere else.
One big issue is my BIOS/UEFI. It has just some settings for Virtualization Tech., Secure Boot, and CSM. *caps* nothing else! */caps*. That makes me because I cannot change to boot from USB 3.0, and other stuff. BIOS Version: Insyde F.20 (or something like that). I do think, however, that I can download a driver, that is not compatible, or that has the most success rate, and to download it to the computer. Then, I could load it there, and the installation should be normal...

What do you think? Will I get the help to install Windows Seven on my Laptop?


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A:Having trouble installing Windows 7 Ultimate due to a *Load Driver*

Just create a usb 3.0 installer using Asus`s EZ Installer Program.

You need a working PC with a DVD rom, a windows 7 install DVD and I would use at least an 8 GB usb stick, you can always try a 4 GB stick.

Get the EZ Installer program from Asus support, it does all the work and so simple a Computer Technician could do it.

ASUS USA

http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/...uide_print.pdf

You have to disable Secure Boot, if you can`t ... well then.

The bios should be set to Legacy or Legacy & UEFI and the hard drive should be MBR, not GPT.

If you can`t do any of those things, then you may be installing Windows 8.1 again, then I`d upgrade to 10.

Good Luck

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Hi all, I have an Asus P6T Motherboard LGA 1366 and an intel core i7 processor with 3 2tb hard drives setup for raid 0. The size of the first array is 300 gb and that is what i want to install W7 onto. When i Load the most recent intel driver for my mobo during w7 install everything runs great until the last step after the reboot, then it tells me "Windows setup cannot install on this system's configuration" or something like that. Help Please!

A:Trouble Installing Windows 7 Ultimate x64 on raid 0 system

Did you setup the raid before install ?

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Ok so I bought a new pc the other day it was delivered with Win 8 preinstalled 64 bit version, its a Packard bell Imedia. I've had a play about with it and I hate windows 8, that's why I have my windows 7 ultimate at hand ready to go on there. I've changed the boot priority for dvd drive first and enabled boot mode. Once I've got to boot mode the dvd drive never shows up in the boot menu, just the 1 of 2 1TB hdds I have in there appears. The drive is working as I've tried to run windows 7 install from the desktop though it has failed and I've read a little online to find out its due to the hdd drives being formatted in GPT format? I have never come across this before I know a little about pc's but not enough to know how to solve this issue. I really want to go back to Win 7 as I got on well with it and I hate windows 8 and I don't have a touch screen monitor to go with it either and nor would I want a touch screen monitor YCH!

hope someone here can help me i'm at my wits end haha

A:GPT Hard drive issues with installing Windows 7 Ultimate..

Hello DrWolfenstein, and welcome to Seven Forums.

Since this is a new PC and formatted as GPT, then you have a UEFI motherboard.

If you have not already, then I would recommend creating a factory recovery USB to be able to restore Windows 8 back to factory conditions on your PC if you should ever want to in the future.Create a Packard Bell Factory Default Backup in Windows 8
Next, double check to make sure that there are Windows 7 drivers available for all devices on the PC. There's no sense in installing Windows 7 if you don't have drivers for the PC.

To install Windows 7 on UEFI, you would first need to create a bootable Windows 7 UEFI USB flash drive using the tutorial below.UEFI Bootable USB Flash Drive - Create in Windows
Next, the tutorial below will show you how to install Window 7 on UEFI with the UEFI USB.UEFI (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface) - Install Windows 7 with
Hope this helps,
Shawn

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Hi,

I've tried to install the sp1 update several times but I always get error 800b0100, I'm running windows 7 ultimate 32bit, I tried running the system update readiness tool and I followed this tread: Windows Update Posting Instructions but nothing works, can someone help me?

Thanks

A:Windows 7 ultimate 32 bits - Error 800B0100 installing SP1

Here's the error list from your CheckSUR scan

Code:
Unavailable repair files:
winsxs\manifests\x86_microsoft-windows-d..-usermode.resources_31bf3856ad364e35_6.1.7600.17013_es-es_c6cfcc02b8ef2772.manifest
winsxs\manifests\x86_microsoft-windows-d..-usermode.resources_31bf3856ad364e35_6.1.7600.21203_es-es_c7643a9fd204a872.manifest
servicing\packages\Package_1_for_KB2685813~31bf3856ad364e35~x86~~6.1.1.11.mum
servicing\packages\Package_1_for_KB2685813~31bf3856ad364e35~x86~~6.1.1.11.mum
servicing\packages\Package_75_for_KB2685813~31bf3856ad364e35~x86~~6.1.1.11.mum
servicing\packages\Package_75_for_KB2685813~31bf3856ad364e35~x86~~6.1.1.11.mum
servicing\packages\Package_83_for_KB2685813~31bf3856ad364e35~x86~~6.1.1.11.mum
servicing\packages\Package_83_for_KB2685813~31bf3856ad364e35~x86~~6.1.1.11.mum
servicing\packages\Package_9_for_KB2685813~31bf3856ad364e35~x86~~6.1.1.11.mum
servicing\packages\Package_9_for_KB2685813~31bf3856ad364e35~x86~~6.1.1.11.mum
servicing\packages\Package_for_KB2685813_RTM~31bf3856ad364e35~x86~~6.1.1.11.mum
servicing\packages\Package_for_KB2685813_RTM~31bf3856ad364e35~x86~~6.1.1.11.mum
servicing\packages\Package_for_KB2685813_SP1~31bf3856ad364e35~x86~~6.1.1.11.mum
servicing\packages\Package_for_KB2685813_SP1~31bf3856ad364e35~x86~~6.1.1.11.mum
servicing\packages\Package_for_KB2685813~31bf3856ad364e35~x86~~6.1.1.11.mum
servicing\packages\Package_for_KB2685813~31bf3856ad364e35~x86~~6.1.1.11.mum
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Hello guys.

i don't usually ask forums or join forums, because i like sorting out my own problems and not bothering other people with my problems, but i need someone that has really good knowledge of windows with this problems, i have been trying to instal windows 7 Ultimate x64 on my custom pc i build about a year ago, the pc was working amazing like 3 months ago, nice and fast (i mainly use my computer for photoshop) then just one morning windows corrupted and since then it has all been down hill.

i can manage to install windows 7 professional x64, i had it for 5 days but honestly my laptop that is running a 1.8ghz i3 is faster than it, and i can't handle that because its a modern i7 with enough ram for my needs, so i have no idea why 7 professional is so slow!

im back to starting with the installation of windows 7 Ultimate, and it wont continue because of the BSOD right after it completes the install.

if anyone can help me with this, i would really appreciate it alot!

PS: sorry for the bad spelling and english

A:BSOD installing Windows 7 Ultimate X64, error 0x0000007e

it doesn't look like there is anyone here that is willing to help. thanks anyway sevenforums

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Hi, I'm not very computer savvy and I've run into a problem while trying to re install Windows 7 on my laptop.

I installed the Windows 8 Press Release on my Asus G73SW laptop. After a few days my laptop crashed and blue screened and it required me to re install Windows 7. I bought a Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bot x64 Upgrade disc from the campus tech store, when I installed it on my laptop everything was working except for the Ethernet devices. I've been looking around online for solutions to this problem but I'm having difficulty figuring out how to fix this problem.

Any help is extremely appreciated. Thank you.

Here's a picture of what my screen is currently showing.

A:Ethernet device driver not installing on Windows 7 Ultimate

get drivers here:

ASUS - Notebooks- ASUS G73SW

chipset
VGA
LAN
Audio
and any other your machine may require--install chipset first

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hi there
i am really frustrated about this issue and i have googled it for three hours and found no answer to it
all people suggest is going to the recording sound devices and chescking the solutions there,i have treid the skype robot as well but it doesnt solve the problem i am really getting annoyed here as i need the mic working as soon as possible
is it possible that there are different drivers for the mic or speakers as well?
please get back on how to solve this issue
nick

A:compaq internal mic not working after installing windows 7 ultimate

Welcome frustrated

You really should let us know exactly the make and model number of your system so that we can send you to the right place to find the microphone driver for your compaq/HP machine.

Normally you can go to the manufacturers web site and look under support and downloads to find the correct driver for the devices on your machine. Give that a shot.

rich

filling out y our system specifications would help go to CP and add the info.

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This is what i have got after upgrading ram and HDD on my TOSHIBA L30-149.

A problem has been detected and windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer.
win32k.sys

PAGE_FAULT_INNONPAGED_AREA

If this is the first time you've seen this stop error screen, restart your computer. If this is a new installation, ask your hardware or software manufacturer for any windows updates you might need.

If problems continue, disable or remove any newly installed hardware or software. Disable BIOS memory options such as caching or shadowing. If you need to use safe mode to remove or disable components, restart your computer, press F8 to select advanced Startup options, and then select safe mode.

Technical Information:

***STOP: 0x00000050 (0xF7910012, 0x00000000, 0x905C6C2D, 0x00000002)

*** win32k.sys - address 905C6C2D base at 905A0000, DateStamp 4a5bc2a2

A:BSOD installing windows 7 Ultimate 32bit. error (don't know where)

i have no dump file since there is no OS in hard drive.

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Hello!

I installed multiple windows 7 ultimate X64 but the BSOD is still remaining ... After I install a windows 7 ultimate x64 and the drivers BSOD randomly retunrs ... after 10 min, after 25, but continuosly ...

I attached the diagnostic tools report...
Thans for helping in advance

PS. I checked with multiple tools memmory, and drive, and others, but is oke.
my new laptop details: Lenovo B590 (20206)
Intel Pentium B980 2.4 Ghz

A:Random BSOD after installing windows 7 ultimate x64 and drivers...

Use these Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) Posting Instructions again, your dump file and some other files seem to either blank or corrupted.

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Hi everyone, recently I've just bought a PC for my younger brother, and upon buying it, Windows Vista (TM) Ultimate was installed, however the name that was registered, my sister's name was spelt incorrectly, and thus she seeing me edit things in regedit, she attempted to change some things in there from her mispelt name to her correct one. Anywho, upon doing that as some of you may have already assumed, Vista may not be running as stable, it ran and booted buh Vista was now unstable. Hence which lead to the problem.

I've formatted the HDD, using Windows XP PRO installation disc, wanting to install xp instead of Vista. So, after it formatted and copied the files, it normally reboots right ? and hence begin running off the files which were copied to the HDD. However, here's the problem that doesn't happen, each time after it finishes copying the file, it restarts and repeats the process, and boots from the cd-rom. I've attempted to change the booting order from, floppy, cd-rom, harddisk to floppy,hard disk,cd-rom and it still wont' run.

Also with the format, I did both a clean(full) sweep and a short(quick) format.

Thats the problem, if you need any more information about it, please let me know and thanks to all that help. I may have some grammatical errors as I am extremely exhausted by this problem.

PC specifics.

Intel Duo Core (E8400) CPU
Nvidia Geforce XFX 512 8800GT Graphics Card
EP35-DS3P Motherboard
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I need to reinstall the Windows 7 Ultimate on my machine because of endless problems I am having after I changed my motherboard.

Currently installed OS is Ultimate 64bit which is an upgrade from Vista Home 64bit. The problem is I lost my both Vista and Ultimate DVDs and need to buy a new one.

If I buy Ultimate upgrade version, will it work? Can I install it over my current Ultimate, or will it require a lower grade of windows installed on the machine (e.g. Vista, W7 Home, Pro etc.)

Thanks for any help.

A:Installing W7 Ultimate upgrade over ummm... W7 Ultimate

Just use Magical jellybean keyfinder (or something similar) to extract the key that you used when installing win7 ultimate. Then just find a win7 ultimate installer (borrow a disk from a friend or download a clean iso off the web), install and use the extracted key to activate.

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I have an HP Pavilion m9402f system that uses the RealTek ALC888S chipset and I have it digitally connected to an Altec Lansing DP/N 028YKP – 4770-0CH-2C81 Rev A00 Amplifier by an SPDIF coax. The Altec Lansing AMP is connected to two front, two back and one base woofer speakers.

I am running windows 7 Ultimate (64Bit) using your latest device driver from your Web Site R2.68 download which shows up as the Rev 6.0.1.6602 driver. I have also tried using the original driver supplied by HP Rev. 6.0.1.5190 and both have the problems listed below.

Problem: I can only enable the 2-channel audio device. I cannot configure the speaker arrangement as five speakers on the Reltek HD Manager Display control panel. In addition the configure button is grayed out on the windows "Sound" Display Control Panel.

The displays shows only two channels of audio enabled. But the Default ConfigurationButton is Grayed out.

The Realtek HD Manager Display recognizes and shows that I am using an SPDIF Digital Coax Connection. I have a Digital Output Tab on that display but I do not have a Speakers Tab or a Microphone Tab displayed.

What do I have to do to configure the speakers? Is it a register setting that is not being properly set up? What are the registry keys for this device?


Thank you for your help!

Vic

A:Realtek HD Audio Speaker Configuration Problem Windows 7 Ultimate 64

Not sure about yours, but on many, two channel is all you can get out of digital.

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Hello everyone.

I recently built a brand new computer (Core i5, GIGABYTE mobo, 8gb ram, 500GB hd) and I've been trying to install a copy of Windows 7 Ultimate onto it.

The first issue I ran into is that I didn't check to see if the new motherboard had an IDE ribbon cable port for my DVD and CD-ROM drives in my old computer that I planned to port over. The new motherboard does not, so I attempted to run the computer using my old hd and planning to install the new drivers over it. This was met by having the computer get to the startup logo animation, continue for about 0.5 seconds, and then immediately restart. Once it had restarted, it gave me the option of Startup Repair or Start Windows Normally. After I had messed with it a bit, I looked for a reason why this could be happening. The biggest response I saw for other people was that there was a conflict between the drivers and that a clean install would be the best option. Since I don't have a DVD or CD-ROM drive (yet), I had to find a solution for that problem.

The solution I found was a tutorial by a Microsoft employee on how to create a USB Boot Drive. I correctly followed the instructions and attempted to install Windows 7 Ultimate on the new machine. The installation setup was very fast on the new system, but when it got to the first actual step of installation (after selecting language and pressing "Install Now"), an error message stated that there were drivers for my DVD and/or CD-ROM drives that were not ... Read more

A:Installing Windows 7 Ultimate on New System; Complicated Driver Issue

Why are you installing 32 bit with 8gb of ram?

Take a look at these posts:
Windows 7 Installation Errors : Troubleshoot Step by Step
Common Installation Problems and Their Solutions
Questions to use for help with Installation Issues
Tutorial quick reference list for Installing Windows 7

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Hi,

I hope someone can help me, I'm not overly techy so I've give you as much info as I can. Trying to do a clean install of Windows 7 Ultimate on brand new pc with this spec:

Intel? Core 2 Quad Q8300
Motherboard: Asus P5P43TD (Intel P43 chipset, 4x DDR3, PCI-E 2.0)
Memory: 4GB DDR3 1333mhz (2x 2GB)
Hard Drives: 500GB S-ATAII 3.0Gb/s
Optical Drive: 22x DVD?RW DL S-ATA
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 9500GT 1GB
Sound card: Onboard 7.1 Audio
PSU: 400W
Monitor: Viewsonic VX2260wm lcd display

Initially I got quite a way through the installation then it came up with an error saying the computer closed unexpectedly and had to restart to continue installation. I had got my monitor connected to the nvidia gt 9500 via divX. Said Ok, pc shut down, then restarted with exactly the same message. Read up on the Net and said that it could be the nvidia card, so got to device manager and removed drivers so it had to use standard vga drivers and switched to the vga connection on the graphics card (I dont' have onboard graphics on my motherboard).

Well, now it doesn't have the old problem it has a new one. I am booting straight from the dvd drive and it lets me get to the Windows install page, I select custom install and it gets to anything between 2 and 72% of expanding the files (second stage on list) and then it blue screens with various errors. the last one being this:

STOP: 0x0000008E (0xc0000005, 0x81851844, 0x86914B04, 0x00000000)

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A:Idiot installing Windows 7 Ultimate BSOD/nvidia drivers

Hi powerjen ... welcome to the forums... Navigate to c:/windows/minidump and zip up the .dmp files and upload them for analysis...

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Hey, new to these forums.

My laptop is having some crashing issues which I believe is due to a faulty installation of my current Windows 7. I want to re install it with Windows 7 Ultimate as a clean install. When I go to start up the installation and choose to receive updates, I get the error: "Windows installation encountered an unexpected error. Verify that the installation sources are accessible, and restart the installation. Error code: 0xE0000100"

From what I have read, this is due to a partition problem. Do I need to clear and format all partitions and boot the setup from a DVD? If so, how do I do this? Currently I am just running it using Daemon Tools Lite mounting software.

A:Trouble installing Windows 7 Ultimate 64 Bit. Error code: 0x0000100

Hi there
you can try this

1) boot from Windows install / recovery disk and choose repair system ==>tools ==> command mode

type the following in
cd/bootrec
fixmbr
fixboot.

Now try and install again.

If you STILL get an error then get into command mode again via the Windows install disk

now type these commands in
DISKPART
LIST DISK

Choose the disk you want to install windows on -- or the only disk if its a normal laptop

SELECT DISK X where X is the disk number

CLEAN

CREATE PARTITION PRIMARY

ACTIVE

FORMAT FS=NTFS QUICK.

(This will re-format the entire HDD - you can easily re-size afterwards with tools like GPARTED).

Now restart and install Windows -- if it STILL fails then you've got something wrong with the laptop.

Cheers
jimbo

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Hey.
I've got this problem with my PC starting yesterday. I had an update for SP1 Windows Vista Ultimate, and so I installed it. It asked me to restart the PC after the update was done, I did so. Thats where the stuff begin. My computer loads to up to screen that says " Microsoft Corporation" and then restarts. That happens again and again. Also it has a message saying "k8 npt data change- please update to DMI" I have no clue what that means. I tried to restore the Pc with the Vista Cd. it makes the restore and the Windows loads up to the screen that says " Installing Service Pack 1 1of 3 and the the %. After it is done installing it it shutdowns and restarts over and over AGAIN/ Im confused I dont know what to do. i really need an answer. Thank You all!!

A:Windows Vista Ultimate keeps restarting after installing Service Pack 1?

Without your system info it's gonna just be a lot of guessing here.
I wonder if it's an HP - and if so, if it has the AMD/INTEL fault in it (the 2 drivers conflict)
This happens because HP loads a lot of drivers that may not be needed by your system.
HP has a patch for this - but it must be installed before installing SP1.

So, I'd suggest restoring it to an even earlier time.
If that doesn't work, then I'd suggest saving your data by using an external drive enclosure. Then wipe the hard drive and start over.

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Hi,
I had a new system made up for me a few months back and as I was so insistent on excellent cooling - fans - RAM etc, I didn't pay enough attention to the HDD's.
Subsequently the system was installed on an SSD 60GB. For a normal user this would be adequate, but I work with a lot of digital programs that write to the app data folders and I can't safely move those onto the D:\Drive where I have programs and Docs - all libraries. I have hard linked everything I could, but the more Windows updates and other updates I do, the Winsxs folder is already 7.2GB.

I only have 30GB's left after a very short time and would like to be able to install another Windows 7 x64 on a 1TB drive I can free up easily. Ideally, I want to keep the SSD drive as an OS to use for general use and get all my graphics programs onto a different system for work purposes.

I have not ever dual booted before and have no idea how to go about it - or I do but it could be wrong.
Is it even possible to have one OS on an SSD and the other on a normal HDD? I do have an extra unused OEM version of Win 7 x64 ultimate and hope that is legal to use two identical OS's on same machine - with different keys!!

If I cannot dual boot I am willing to erase the SSD, probably use the space for something else, and use a normal spinner. It's that important for me to be able to work without disabling everything and have space left over.

Any advice and/or assistance is most appreciated.
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A:Assistance with Installing another instance of Windows 7 x64 Ultimate Dual Boot

Shouldn't be any problem with the dual boot.

When you go to install Microsoft doesn't make it very easy to distinguish one partition from another, and people sometimes install in the wrong place. That's why, in a situation like yours, I advise to do your partitioning work ahead of time--create the partition you want and give it a unique name (e.g., "Win7 Ultimate Work"). If Disk Management won't do whatever you desire use another partitioning tool. I use the free EASEUS Partition Master.

If you want any more information on this phase it would be good if you showed a screen shot of the Disk Management window.

Then boot to the Windows installation DVD (you may have to change the boot order) and select "Custom" install and make sure you select the carefully named partition. As long as you select the desired partition the worst that will happen is that you will need to start over.

After you can boot to either installation you can then, if desired, change the default boot and shorten the default wait time.
 

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Hii, i'm using Windows Vista Ultimate now and im not happy with it! Sure, it looks better but i have much more problems with vista and some programs i really need doesnt work
SO, i need help! I've heard that not all computers can run windows xp!
Is it possble to downgrade the operating system to windows xp?

I have xp on a disk i just want to know if it works with my computer!!!

Some info:

Name: HP A6335
Processor: AMD Athlon 64X2 5000+
Memory (RAM): 3 Gb
HardDrive: 500 Gb SATA, 7200rpm
Grafic: ATI HD2400 Pro 256-1535 Mb

Sorry i couldnt transfer all the info to engllish ^^ Hopy you guys can read it!
 

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Hello My name is Tanel.
I did buy new computer.

Computer has new Asus Rampage 3 extreem motherboard
i use OCZ-VERTEX2 ATA Device (111 GB, IDE) 120Gb SSD
And i am trying to install winows there.
Tho evry time installation goes thro like it should Step by step installation shows completed on those steps:

# Copying Windows files (Done)
# Expanding Windows files (Done)
# Installing features (Done)
# Installing updates (Done) After this computer reboots
# Completing installation (Not Done)


And then as windows installation requiers 1 restart it will make that.
Occures for split second this window:


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and then computer will instantly restarts again.(like endles restarts).
Time to time will ocure the windows that tels me that windows did not close normaly last time and how i want to start computer giving me options like to start computer in safe mode etc.
When i select option start with safe mode this is what i get:


I contacted Asus and OCZ and from asus i received this info:

You will need to preinstall Intel's 5 series inf files.
It is located in Intel
Read carefully the ReadMe.txt file on how to proceed on installing the file. It is a long procedure however everything is straight forward :_)
Obviously more and more users can't install Windows 7 on these newer motherboards although Microsoft has "reportedly" update there drivers list.

http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Sear...lation+Utility
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Welcome Tanel

Did you read our Question for Installs Lists :

Questions to use for help with Installation Issues


No extra USB peripherials connected. No second monitor or TV card.
What is the Bios setup for the Hd ? IDE, SATA, AHCI ?

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m audio 1010lt sound card

not sure why..usually when I shut down it restarts automatically..recently i was watching a movie and it restarted out of no where..any help appreciated.... windows ultimate 7 amd 6000 3.0 ghz processor 4 gb ram I did do some searching i do have m audio 1010lt and someone here had similar problems with audio being glitchy...just looking for help

Problem signature: Problem Event Name: BlueScreen OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.256.1 Locale ID: 1033

Additional information about the problem: BCCode: 1000007e BCP1: FFFFFFFFC0000005 BCP2: FFFFF80002D02741 BCP3: FFFFF88003A2BB68 BCP4: FFFFF88003A2B3C0 OS Version: 6_1_7601 Service Pack: 1_0 Product: 256_1

Files that help describe the problem: C:\Windows\Minidump\091412-19390-01.dmp C:\Users\Exactly\AppData\Local\Temp\WER-36863-0.sysdata.xml

If the online privacy statement is not available, please read our privacy statement offline: C:\Windows\system32\en-US\erofflps.txt


Uploads wasnt working so I uploaded file to my sky drive here:

https://skydrive.live.com/redir?resi...FBzOqIS7INYINo

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here it is upload worked

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I had my new computer assembled (64 bits) and running Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bits. Now I am trying to make work some of my old computer's software, that I want to use. I am having some software and hardware problems:
1 - I want to install my printer, but the options for ports that appear on the list are: LPT1 to LPT3, COM1 to COM4 and XPSPort(local). The computer not has where to connect my LPT cable and I never heard of XPSPort(Port), any suggestion?
2 - I installed CoolEditPro 2.0 without error, but, when I want to run it, I receive the message WMVcore2.dll is missing. I found this file on my old computer's folder C:\winnt\system32. Probably only copy this file to my new computer, will not solve the problem. It probably is part of any other software that I not installed on my new computer. Any idea which software would install this dll?
3 - Installation of my Office2000 went fine. All works well, exception Outlook2000. I was able to open my pst file but, when I click on Addresses, I receive a message that wab.dll is missing. In my old computer, I not found this wab.dll, only outlwab.dll. I downloaded Thunderbird, installed it and was able to import my emails and address book.
4 - my scanner is a Genius CP-HR7x Slim. I tried to install the drivers that I have on the CD that came with the scanner. The driver installed without error, but Windows not recognizes my scanner. Is there any safe place where I can download 64 bits drive for my scanner?
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A:Solved: Problems installing older softw/hardware on Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bits

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Please help, My friend Wants to Buy Windows 7 Ultimate but first wants to try the 30-day trial version. He's using an HP laptop with Windows Home Basic 64-bit OS. He is wondering how to do this so in turn I am asking you guys out here right now. Does it need a clean install? He already downloaded a retail dvd for the Windows 7 Ultimate OS ISO. Also one of his concerns is that there is an image backup of his OS with the system factory settings, we're both wondering if it would still be accessible (it's on a different hdd partition) once he successfully installs the Ultimate OS.


He's doing this at first, and then he's planning to try out Windows 7 Professional next and then decide which to Buy to replace his original OS.


We'd really appreciate any feedback about this.

A:How to Install Windows 7 Ultimate on a laptop with Windows Home Basic

Im afraid there is no trial of Ultimate, just Enterprise

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I have installed Windows 7 Ultimate on my computer after reformatting it.
The installation is successful but there is no Audio.
When i click on the properties of the Sound & Audio,
the error says: "Cannot start this device. Code 10".

I have tried to update it through Windows update, but there is no update for the audio driver,
it always says 'Your Audio Driver is Up to Date'.

I have manually tried to download and install the Audio Realtek HD sound Driver,
Still does not work.

Please Help!!

A:No Audio after installing Windows 7

Let's make sure that your playback devices are enabled.

Right-click the speaker icon on your taskbar > Select 'Playback Devices'
In the empty space, Right-click and select both 'Show Disconnected/Disabled Devices'
Do you see icons for your speakers and headphones now? You may need to enable both of these.


You can also try the troubleshooter to discover any connection issues that may exist, instructions are below:


Click 'Start' > Select 'Control Panel'
Type troubleshooting in the top-right search field > Select 'Troubleshooting'
Click 'Hardware and Sound' > Select 'Playing Audio'

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I now realise a clean install is the way forward but is SP1 an essential? Or can I get by without it?

A:I'm struggling to install SP1 on my windows 7 ultimate 32-bit laptop.

Windows SP1 is not required however it is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
Some updates will not be possible unless you have SP1 first. There is also a lot of programs that sometimes required SP1. Besides a lot of the updates only help in the later road. There has been many times when a user is experiencing problems and i come to find out his OS is not updated. After the updates are downloaded and completed what do you know, the program is working like it's suppose to be.

It is entirely your choice.

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I installed windows 7 ultimate last night on my Toshiba satellite laptop and after it has finished installing it rebooted to activate windows but didn't start up again, I need your help on what should i do?

A:Laptop won't start up after windows 7 ultimate installation

and welcome to the Forum

What exactly happens when you try to start it?

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I have Hp 16 d000tu laptop with 2gb ram and 500 gb hd... in bios UEFI boot option is there but I can not run installation in UEFI.. please help me how to install window 7 on my uefi hp laptop...
tutorials will be helpful...

A:Install windows 7 x64 ultimate on HP UEFI Laptop

My installation is almost complete... but after booting disabling the legacy mode and enable UEFI mode, now windows struck at Windows Logo.. please help

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Hello

My laptop takes lot of time for boot up.

Config :
Name : Asus K53SV - SX520D
Ram : 4GB DDR3
Processor : i5 2430 2nd gen
HDD : 750 gb (5400 rpm)
OS Installed : Windows 7 64bit .
Major softwares installed : Visual Studio 2010 , Sql server 2008 (evaluation) , Office 2010.
Few other softwares like browser, filezilla , vlc etc.
I've added a wifi connection.

Drives : C (24gb free - total size 73gb) , D (262 free - size 299gb) , E ( 211gb - 325gb).

I've updated all drivers to latest version. I'm using CCleaner , daily clean files and registry , defragment drives, disabled everything from bootup using ccleaner (in msconfig all options are untick) .

Still laptop takes lot of time before the "Welcome" screen appears and when the "welcome" screen (in between the bg changes to black ).

I tried creating boot trace but then I got a BSOD, I used system restore to fix it .

Can any one help ?

Thank you

A:Slow boot up of Windows (64 bit Ultimate) on laptop

actually you could go ahead and do this since you did get a bsod.
http://www.sevenforums.com/crashes-d...tructions.html
That will give me more information about the system environment than you ever could.
especially interested in the contents of the c:\windows\minidump folder.
(you will need to zip them then just attach with the paperclip icon. )

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Ok, so i have a HP laptop model 6690ej.

i had on it the windows 7 RC, the 7100 model,
and when the version expiry date arrived i installed a windows 7 ultimate copy i got from a friend
i used this loophole i found online to edit a certain file, so that the upgrade will include the 7100 version even tough it's not supposed to. (what you do is copy the files of the installation onto your hard drive, then change this .reg file if i remember correctly, and voila - upgrade works..)
However, ever since the upgrade, every time windows starts, after a few minutes (it varies) , i get BSOD
The error is 7F (which to my knowledge means software right ?)
I don't know what to do, i have to at least find a way to backup my files and i can't because of the bsod and when i try hooking up my ipod in safe mode it won't let me use it (because it's safe mode)

if anyone has a way to fix this, or for me to use the ipod to backup all my pictures and documents from the last 2 years, i'd appreciate it a lot!

i'm pretty much desperate here..

Thanks,
Michael, Israel.

A:BSOD after upgrading laptop to windows 7 ultimate

  
Quote: Originally Posted by blast0il


Ok, so i have a HP laptop model 6690ej.

i had on it the windows 7 RC, the 7100 model,
and when the version expiry date arrived i installed a windows 7 ultimate copy i got from a friend
i used this loophole i found online to edit a certain file, so that the upgrade will include the 7100 version even tough it's not supposed to. (what you do is copy the files of the installation onto your hard drive, then change this .reg file if i remember correctly, and voila - upgrade works..)
However, ever since the upgrade, every time windows starts, after a few minutes (it varies) , i get BSOD
The error is 7F (which to my knowledge means software right ?)
I don't know what to do, i have to at least find a way to backup my files and i can't because of the bsod and when i try hooking up my ipod in safe mode it won't let me use it (because it's safe mode)

if anyone has a way to fix this, or for me to use the ipod to backup all my pictures and documents from the last 2 years, i'd appreciate it a lot!

i'm pretty much desperate here..

Thanks,
Michael, Israel.


Michael we actually need the DMP file. use this to find and upload it to us. http://www.sevenforums.com/crash-loc...d-problem.html

thanks

Ken

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Hi, my HP Laptop Notebook was working just fine until I instaled Windows 7 Ultimate. I had already had Windows 7 preinstalled.

When I type, my keyboard strokes end up in different places and also when i browse the internet, the keyboard cursor often selects other functions. It seems to select a function key that highlights text and then deletes. I've noticed this in several browsers. It occures in all programs, including word, browswers, even here as I type, so I have been unable to isolate the problem.


I have run Norton Virus and keep my system protected, so there's no current virus plauging my computer.

Any ideas. I've gone to Windows Update to download the windows update drivers but not sure if that's going to fix the problem. It's so annoying and is an itnermittent problem.

any suggestions? I'm at a loss, I'm not new to computers... but this one has me confused and very frustrated. Thanks in advance.

Sandy

A:Windows 7 Ultimate created problems on my HP Laptop

Norton doesn't kill/protect from Malware though, it only finds run-of-the-mill viruses, download and install Malwarebytes and scan with it.

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