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Windows 7 frezze during installation on windows start up Ace

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by 18cmwzwisie, Jan 5, 2019.

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  1. 18cmwzwisie

    18cmwzwisie Thread Starter

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    So laptop is **** works slow on windows 10 , I want to instal w7 and after the windows setup when the logo appears installation frezzes. Windows is good , usb is good tried installing on a different pc works good. The specific nr of the laptop is aspire e15 e5 523 93tu
     
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    How exactly did you try to install 7 ?
     
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    Well , created a bootable USB went to bios changed order ,disabled secure boot changed legacy to uefi , restarted spamed f12 and booted from the usb.
     
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    Thanks for the details.

    Assuming it's Windows 7 64 bit; install it again but this time disconnect any other drives, have only the drive you want Windows on connected. Then when it asks where you want to install 7 click on advanced and delete all the partitions then continue with the install. If you already did all that I'm not sure why it doesn't work.
     
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    The problem is that it doesn't get to that point during installation. Anyways I noticed that a lot of users had the same problem and it looks like booting it from cd will fix it. Gonna try it tommorow.
     
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