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error code 0xc0000005 while installing windows 7

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March 22, 2014 1:04:17 AM

The ram or the HDD is not damaged as it was working till i started installing windows 7. Windows 7 was perfectly working in my laptop , I wanted to install ultimate 64 bit edition and formatted the disks and started installing windows 7 when i got this message. What should i do to resolve it? Tried to re install it several times!

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March 22, 2014 1:09:26 AM

delete the primary partition and the system reserved partition. this should make the disk raw. 1s done create a new primary partition. windows will then take 100mb and create a system reserved as well as a primary partition. quick format and install the primary partition.

reason? not all partitions for different o.s's are compatible. so its always best to start with fresh created 1s unless you need to do recovery.
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March 22, 2014 1:54:00 AM

HEXiT said:
delete the primary partition and the system reserved partition. this should make the disk raw. 1s done create a new primary partition. windows will then take 100mb and create a system reserved as well as a primary partition. quick format and install the primary partition.

reason? not all partitions for different o.s's are compatible. so its always best to start with fresh created 1s unless you need to do recovery.


Can you be more clear
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March 22, 2014 2:00:18 AM

HEXiT said:
delete the primary partition and the system reserved partition. this should make the disk raw. 1s done create a new primary partition. windows will then take 100mb and create a system reserved as well as a primary partition. quick format and install the primary partition.

reason? not all partitions for different o.s's are compatible. so its always best to start with fresh created 1s unless you need to do recovery.


Windows is creating a 350mb system reserved ?
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March 22, 2014 3:58:02 AM

350? thats strange its normally only 100mb for win 7... will look into it.

it seems windows 8.1 creates a system reserve partition of 350mb by default. so are you sure its win 7 your trying to install.
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April 30, 2014 9:00:40 AM

HEXiT said:
350? thats strange its normally only 100mb for win 7... will look into it.

it seems windows 8.1 creates a system reserve partition of 350mb by default. so are you sure its win 7 your trying to install.


Yep sure it was an Windows 7 installation. However the problem is now solved. What i did was completely formatted all Volumes and merged them as one. Then changed them to basic. And then again partitioned it into 2 volumes one with 100 gig space for Windows installation +... and another 220 gig partition for personal use. Now no error shows up and installed successfully! Thanks for your reply!
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