How to Resolve Setup Failure in Windows® 7
Read on to know more about the Windows 7 setup failure
Windows 7 is the most advanced and efficient Operating System from Microsoft corporation. Even though the Windows 7 set up got good and reliable support, there are a couple of hardware issues that have been known to trouble the install of Windows 7. RAID is the one generally known hardware issue. This is a configuration becoming more and more popular now that disk drives are cheap to buy and large in size. There are a number of cases reported as far as the setup failure is concerned and the familiarity with its causes and symptoms can help the user to detect the faults in the early stages and thus can resolve it correctly. The advantage about Windows 7 is that the fixing tips are already proved their efficiency.
Following are the causes, symptoms and fixing tips for the set up failure in Windows 7:
- Tips to fix
When upgrading Windows Vista to Windows 7, some systems may encounter failure to upgrade error which causing computer to go into continual and endless reboot or restart cycles which can further result in the failure of setup. Considering many Windows XP users may use Windows Vista as stepping stone to in place upgrade XP to Windows 7, the Windows 7 upgrade failure and perpetual reboot cycle consequence can cause many inconvenience for the user.
The symptom of the problem is that when attempting to upgrade from Windows Vista to Windows 7, the upgrade attempt may fail with the following message stating that this version of Windows could not be installed; the previous version of Windows has been restored, and can continue to use it. However, after system reboot the machine will launch the upgrade process again only to fail with the same message as above, rendering system unusable with endless reboot cycle which will prove as a big annoyance.
Insert the Windows 7 system disk, while the system is booting up, hold down the F12 key for the boot menu. It should be noted that some systems might use different function key such as F10. Choose boot from CD drive so the system recovery console loads up, then select system startup and startup repair will now scan the computer to attempt to find and fix any startup problems. After the finish of repair, restart the computer and take out the System Disk.
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