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Funny thread names huh?..Glare

anyway..

Im trying to instal Windows 7 SP1 and here is the deal...

the update installs succesfully.. I restart the computer and then starts configuring the service pack.. it reaches 11% the 1st time and then restarts.. after system boot up it continues configuring the service pack..only this time starts from 7%..and as soon as it reaches 11% I see the message Failure Configuring Service Pack, Reverting Back Changes, Do not turn off the system..

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are you using a dell windows 7, they have been known to have problems to install service packs on. (since they integrate their own updates that can interfere)

if not maybe the service pack file is corrupted or incomplete (dl it from the microsoft site) make sure you have enough hard drive space

You might want to check the "smart" status of your hard drive to make sure its not failing, If you bumped your pc the other day it could of caused a "head crash" causing sever damage to the drive.
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this happens from the 1st time I have tied to instal the service p... I also tried to download it from mc's website but still no luck... and what do you mean by dell windows 7??
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Is it the same PC that BSODs all the time? That would explain this fail as well Tongue
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(03-24-2012, 03:56 PM)Bositman Wrote: Is it the same PC that BSODs all the time? That would explain this fail as well Tongue

as I said..this happens from the 1st time I tried to instal the service pack,which was BEFORE the BSOD massive nuclear attack...and yes is the same pc...unfortunately...
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Looks like a bad RAM timing...
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#7
nope, this is classic OEM pc's. they remove ***** that the service pack needs to complete.

run the windows system update readiness tool http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/det...x?id=20858
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#8
nah..the hot fix didnt help at all...
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Try following this: http://beerpla.net/2011/05/06/how-to-fix...tallation/
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I tried.. but I believe I did something wrong.. anyway redoing it...
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