Solved: Windows Installation Problem

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Need help to understand why I can't install the Windows on a drive with sufficient space (even more than 70 GB ). I always get an error message saying insufficient disk space .
 

abc777

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So how to fix this.

Form discussion in another forum, what I have been informed is System Reserved H: must be at least 30 MB. I can't use format CD to format the harddisk ( No Device Driver Found ... error message ).

So any help to change, format this system drive
 
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are u loading windows from a dvd?
are u pointing windows to load on the 78gb partition at the start of the install?
is there any info that u care about on the other partitions???
if not...... at the start of the windows install u can delete ALL partitions!!! then proceed with the install
 

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I have booted the computer form a format CD ( boot CD ) and tried the reinstallation of the windows. But the same previous message." Setup was unable to ... "

When I try to format some of the drives, this error message : " No devices drivers were found ... "

What I want to do is install a new window ( want to have two OS ) . I don't want to really format the hard disk and deletes the already installed windows.

Thanks for your response upto now !
If you don't understand this response, ignore this. I will upload the snapshots tomorrow !
 

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Thanks for that link !

I found another video that solves my problem. Actually I have to format that System Reserved H: .

Thanks again for your help and time.
 
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