I have tried to install a fresh copy of windows 7 onto my SSD (120GB) and it works fine until it restarts the installation , it comes up every time with different missing ddl files, i have tried everything , i used diskpart to clean erase the SSD and even tried to align it but to no avail, any ideas?
All the .dll files should of been copied from the windows dvd install. It is more likely the case that any software you installed may require other an install of .netframework by ms to run properly, and any driver software for the hardware. A service pack may need to be installed to fix the problems also, it depends on how old the version of the windows install dvd is for example sp1 or sp2 or sp3 may be required to fix the problem.
thank you for the prompt response, i thought that might be the case but i am using the exact same Windows 7 Dvd as before, i managed to install windows 7 perfectly fine before on the SSD and now when im trying to re-install it does not fully copy all the .dll files and keeps coming up with windows failed to start, its strange how it worked before and now it fails?
1) Would be helpful if you identified your system, Primarily the MB.
2) This is often a case of:
.. A) An BIOS problem that may be resolved by updating your BIOS to the latest revision.
.. B) Incorrect setting in Bios for the HDD. Installation should be done with the BIOS set to AHCI and ALL other HDDs disconnected.
.. C) A hardware problem:
...... Bad DVD, or Problem with DVD drive reading.
...... Memory errors. Should ALWAS verify (even on a NON OCed system) that memory is not producing memory errors. Can do this by down loding memtest86 and create a bootable CD.
Ref, SEE: http://www.memtest86.com/
NOTE, You do not need to Buy cd Just down load the ISO. DO NOT just copy this file to a CD, use the ISO function in CD/DVD writing program. Normally if you drag the file to the DVD drive (in My computer, the correct method for creating a bootable CD will be selected.
make sure your using a stata 6 cable and the right red port on your mb the red port weith a e on it is the 3 party sata chipset you want to use the intel port. acmedia sata ports should be off.
also make sure your ssd running the newest firmware.