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Solved: Win7 install error 0x80070570

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by ourselfish, Mar 3, 2009.

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    I didn't think you could install 7 from an OS, ill give this a try thanks.
    Will it work with MagicDisc or alcohol?
     
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    alcohol has issues with win 7 it is not compatible to install on win 7 so iam not sure how it would work i reccommende imgburner to use to burn iso as i know it works no idea on magicdisc try having a look here http://www.imgburn.com/index.php?act=download
     
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    i have a new issue, My Broken install of windows 7 has changed my drive {letters}locations, and has hidden my xp drive, IS there anyway to change the drive letters from the bios, or from the cmd prompt in the repair section of the set up?

    ok lol googled this. ... :Zz

     
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    X:\Sources
    X:\Sources>cd/

    X:\>
    X:\>diskpart

    Heres what I get:
    Microsoft Diskpart cersion 61.7000
    Copyright (C) 1999-2008 Microsoft Corporation.
    ON Computer MININT-OS16Q02

    DISKPART> _ ** "Make note of the number of the simple volume whose drive letter you want to assign, change, or remove."

    What volume note?

    Select Volume 2
    assign letter=V

    Works like a charm!

    select volume 4
    Remove Letter=?

    Repair|Load Drivers|ok|Select: My computer

    Code:
     C:/199
    D:/ 5.01
    E:/ 30.1
    F:/17.6
    X:/ 32.3
    NOTE: enter CD/ after entering Diskpart for a cmd list! :D

    Says it works but it doesnt.... Is there another way to access the prompt? from the bios? before the drives are searched?
     
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