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k1ngofc1ubs

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Removed brother's administrator password and tried a clean windows7 install and now keep getting errors. Startup repair error says boot missing or corrupt. Can't install any version of windows. Also no recovery iso's will work because no version of windows installed on hard drive. Tried bootrec in cmd still wont load. Lost..please help....thanks
 

k1ngofc1ubs

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First, thank you for response. Did everything step by step and still Windows cannot install required files...error code 0x80070570. The versions of windows I'm trying to install are from downloads (tried several) iso cd and iso flashdrive. Also contacted Microsoft with product key and was told to contact manufacturer, because they were the one who installed windows? Does this site have access to disc or have a link where I can find it. Thanks
 

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I've gone here https://www.heidoc.net/joomla/
in the past and used MS Windows and ISO download Tool.
You download the tool then run it.
If MS hasn't pulled the Win 7 ISOs, they will show up in that program.

I haven't run it in a few years because I have all the Win 7 ISOs I need.

What version of Windows 7? Is it 32 or 64 bit?
 

k1ngofc1ubs

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64 bit, funny I have older dell laptop and I used same usb iso and it installed with no errors but hard drive only has 68g. What the heck
 

k1ngofc1ubs

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Thanks to all for help, tried win7 iso tool and had same errors. Thinking hard is problem. Awesome site very helpful users...thanks again.
 
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