I’m having an issue installing Turbotax Premier 2016 (Win 10). I’ve use up hours on the phone with Turbo tax reps and to no avail. Basically when I install from the CD or for that matter directly from the download they provided, everything looks as though
it worked correctly but the program will not run. It opens to a blank pale screen with the words ‘Turbo tax Premier 2016’ in the superior left corner but that’s it. I think I’ve tried every potential fix I can find on the net and nothing seems to piece. I truly
would appreciate some help. Thanks! Read More
Having installed and reinstalled hundreds of Win7 O/S pcs and always run the updates before proceeding with any other effort, I was surprised when recently updates were completely non functional after a fresh setup on my ordinary oem build as supplied. It
just sat there “checking for updates” for hours or days and multiple reboots, no matter what I did,
I tried all the fixes for updates I knew, still nothing. Installed from a different win7 disk – twice, still nothing. Several hours research later I found a reference to
YOU MUST run this patch though DISCONNECTED from the internet otherwise it will continue in the same checking loop.
reboot and its fixed and all updates run immediately
Now I am in Australia so I don’t know if we hit different renovate attendant or proxies but how does this cheap crap get out and how does it adjourn broken for so long. Think I first hit this is November 2016 and it still occurred 10 Jan 2017. It must definitely be
Microsoft give us a break. We are out here import your product, installing it, hard it, following it and losing money hand over fist because you won’t listen!!
Starting on Tuesday, January 10, 2017, the familiar monthly “Patch Tuesday” updates arrived for my Windows 10 Pro 64-bit laptop.
Everything downloaded and effectively installed EXCEPT for the following:
Critical Fill In for SQL Maitre D’ 2016 MSVCRT Prerequisites KB3164398
The error, which has happened each spell I click Retry on the Windows Fill In screen, is the following
1. Is there a place I can go to get a edition of KB3164398 that, different the one meeting in the Windows Fill In “pending” queue, will actually install?
2. How can I remove that “update” from the pending queue (in case the answer to question #1 indicates there is no such masterpiece-around)?
I’m trying to install a UWP app called Grover Pro onto my Lumia 950. I’ve already installed it on my PC without a problem.
On the mobile the install process runs OK until the very end. The download and Restoring client data phases complete OK but at the end of the installing leg it easily says “Error -see details”. Pressing on the error box results in the following
Try that again
Something went wrong.
The error code is 0x8007007A, in case you need it.
I’ve tried a flexible reset but it makes no difference. I have installed another couple of apps for assess purposes and everything was fine.
I know there’s tons of threads on updates causing laptop not to boot, but I cannot find anything with my exact issue and none of those others have fixed my issue.
I have a Lenovo y50-70 finger laptop. All was well until now the Bluetooth driver disappeared and I restarted and installed the most recent updates.
During restart the renovate made it to 25% and then restarted to continue installing. At this point, my laptop powered up, keys lit, processor running, no beeps, and there it stayed with a black screen for 2 hours. It never brought up the boot screen at all.
I force restarted and the same phenomenon happened. Black screen, power running, processor running, never went to boot.
I left it like that another hour, and tried force restarting and holding f8, and f10 again. Still nothing. Again tried with holding windows key and c for safe mode but nothing.
I’ve now let the battery die and wonder if anyone has experience with this same issue on the latest renovate.
Thanks for helping me out!
I am powerless to check for updates or keep informed Windows 7 in Windows 7 keep informed due to a message saying that Windows 10 is ready to install and I must restart my machine. Once restarted the machine boots back into Windows 7 with the same problem in Windows keep informed.
I have managed to manually install some Windows 7 updates by downloading them individually, stopping the windows keep informed tune and rebooting after each up date. I have also run the latest Windows Keep Informed fixit gizmo which did not work out the problem. I really
would like the Windows keep informed for Windows 7 effective properly again and I have no intention of updating to Windows 10 due to no Media Center, Spyware, Adware and powerless to point off auto updates and manually choose which updates I install. I look forward to
someone providing a fix for this issue. Thanks. Read More
Many years ago, I had install windows 7 32 bit on the same computer for few times because of the other software problems in just two days, I need phone activation for fews times and they gave me new
key to activate. Now I want to have a clean install from 32 bit to 64 bit in the same computer, can I use the same key that came from the DVD box and no need to reactivate or I need to phone activation. Read More
I have been trying to download my Print Perfect Deluxe cd disk to install the different gear on it for like greeting cards and I keep getting a cyclic redundancy error I was always able to get it to install on my personal computers now it seems that my
new laptop wont let me it is a HP Lap top
I did not have access to the CD which Windows was originally installed from, but I assumed all it really needed was the data, as I already had a verified Windows 7 installed. The CD has the same edition of Windows 7 on it as was originally installed (Professional).
During the reset, it asked for a proof code, I used the one which is labelled on the margin of my PC, but that is apparently not justifiable. I left it blank, and the installation completed, but I am now on the 30 day activation window.
My laptop computer, HP DVT-6, formally had Win 7 Home Premium on it. The hard drive failed, but was able to backup files. I purchased a new 500 GB Hybrid HD and installed it in the laptop. I downloaded Win 7 Pro as an ISO file and burned it to a DVD.
I Changed the device priority to make the DVD drive first. The ISO file will not load. I attached the new HSD to my desktop computer via USB adapter and was able to at least format the drive. My desktop runs XP 32 bit so still could not install the ISO file.
I tried to exploit the Microsoft USB/DVD Install Utensil, but says that my desktop is missing the Microsoft Mastering API V2 file, which I can not find anywhere on the internet due to Microsoft ending cheer on for XP. So, how can I make the Win 7 Pro ISO bootable?
I have been function on this problem for four very frustrating days!!!! Read More
This is the same renew that will not install on my computer either. Windows Renew has been trying everyday since December 13, 2016.
I did the instructions on page one of this board. Nothing is running. I tried installing manually, Windows Renew troubleshooter, dism, etc.
Next week we should have more updates to install on our Windows 10 computers and this one Renew still won’t install after almost a month.
Just hope that next week there will be an Renew for this one that failed last month in December.
In the mean occasion I’m going to look on Dell website maybe there is a fix over there.
I can’t upload my DISM FILE since I have Onedrive twisted off and don’t use it.
If I download a new Windows 10 from MS and run the media creation gizmo, will it install 1607 over my defective 1511 install?
I have tried and tried to get 1607 on this Win 10 1511 PC via the Modernize process, I have asked the community twice. The last phase was just 36 hours ago. It seems like there is no answer.
My desktop refuses to even offer me the 1607 modernize now. (It did before I deferred it for a few months.)
So my question is a unadorned one. Does the current website (https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10)
give me the most current 1607 version? If so, is there a reason why I might not just run it from inside the current report and install the new set
bypassing my current install?
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I am trying to keep informed my partner’s laptop which has been having issues for a number of months. It is running Windows 8.1 x64 on a Sony Vaio.
- Windows Keep Informed is finding files but will not install a number of key updates: KB3061512, KB3173424, KB3118401, KB3172729, KB890830.
- I have tried to install the oldest KB3061512 manually and it does not complete.
- For a long count no updates would install – of late some are, but they are minor – all of the above are security updates which will not install.
- I have tried running SFC scan in safe mode and as administrator and it doesn’t job “Windows Resource Protection Could Not Perform The Requested Operation”. I then followed this advice (https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-performance/error-message-windows-resource-protection-could/2e8e994e-08b7-4ccf-859c-685c7bf1614e)
- I tried to fix the DISM Component Collection, which it states Error 14089 and that the component collection has been corrupted. I then followed this advice (https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_10-performance/error-14098-the-component-collection-has-been-corrupted/d05b2ddb-e654-453a-84f1-d7d30029d8f7)
- I have run the Windows Keep Informed Diagnostic a number of times (as per:
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/971058), it says it has fixed issues but the issues persist.
- Highlights: Windows keep informed error 0x80073712 (RootCause: RC_DataStore – can’t open CheckSurLog.cab); Problems Installing Recent Updates; Repair Registration is missing or corrupt.
- I have also tried running it manually and I stopped up after the following files where referenced as
- “entry-point DllRegisterServer was not found”: mshtml.dll; shdocvw.dll; browswui.dll.
- “Failed to load”: msxml.dl; gpkcsp.dlll
- “entry-point DllRegisterServer was not found”: mshtml.dll; shdocvw.dll; browswui.dll.
- When running a withdraw installation file for a printer and when running some of the Windows updates, the keep informed fails as it states MFC120u.dll is missing from your computer.
https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-windows_programs/while-trying-to-run-a-program-i-get-a-message-that/570589a4-01c8-4486-b3e1-b767ee7c3e1d – it is in System32 folder. I have updated and repaired Ocular C++ 2013 lucratively but
cannot install 2015 x64 account and the problem persists.
I appreciate quite a list of issues here. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
I am facing the same issue for a long epoch now. I’d appreciate some help as well.
Here are my answers:
1. No, I got Win10 via an bring up to date from 8.1
2. I am using a Dell XPS computer
3. Some McAfee product was preinstalled on this computer but I removed it probably before the bring up to date to Win 10.
4. Norton – no. McAfee – maybe, not sure (I do remember struggling with that pre-installed product.
5. How can I check this?
6. Account 1607 Build 14393.479
In a different filament I saw a request to provide the eventviewer log and and method hasty – I’ve uploaded to here:
I bought a rise alone install of Win 8.1 Pro, but lost the product key. How can I get a new one or retrieve the old one?
I need to advancement windows on my son’s laptop from Windows 7. I have an fresh Win 8.1 install disk and some of the original information. I just can’t find the disk box file with the product key. I have the following information:
Label Part No.
Internal Part No.
End Item PN
I’m just not sure how to proceed with getting a product key for this.
Thanks in advance!
The hard drive on my laptop crashed. Can I use it’s Windows 7 disk and install it on my desktop? Read More
I am installing Windows 7 Best onto a fresh orderliness which includes a DVD drive, SSD, and HDD. I have configured the priority in the BIOS to boot the DVD drive thenthe SSD and I actually disconnected the SATA data cable from the HDD to eliminate confusion.
When I insert the unclear disc i bought off Ebay, the program appears to load completely, the plus up fanlight pops up for a second as if it’s going to go at once into the install process, then a black screen appears with the error message:
Windows failed to load because the kernel is missing, or corrupt.
*I do not currently have access to a computer that i can use to download Windows 7 onto a flash drive or a disc and in 2017 i can’t justify payment $70-100 on an outdated operating system
I am not capable to install Editscript V10.18 on windows 8.1. See below screenshot for the error message. Of note, my pc is updated to the latest account of windows 8.1.
Win 8.1 64 bit Pro
I tried to fix it with ‘Program_Install_and_Uninstall.meta‘ but it also doesn’t help.
I took an advice to uninstall all the Microsoft Visuall C++ and then install it again.. Because a program was trying to install Visual C++ redistributable Package 2013 x86 and it goes in to a loop where no triumph and it tries to install for ever… It won’t
The same loop happened when ‘Program_Install_and_Uninstall.meta‘ tried to uninstall the program…
Further more the list that ‘Program_Install_and_Uninstall.meta‘ displays to choose which application is the problem is not consistent with the ‘Program and feature’ list!
I did managed to uninstall both Microsoft Visuall C++ 2005 from the routine and Visuall C++ 2013 (x86) doesn’t extravaganza up in my routine!
I also tried to install ‘Visuall C++ 2013 Redistributable package (x86), but like the all other attempts It just at a complete loss at the ‘initializing’ process…
but the list that ‘Program_Install_and_Uninstall.meta‘ still shows:
the (x86) & (x64) bit versions of the Visuall C++ Redistributable package 2005 both; ‘Minimum and Additional Runtime’ versions as well as all the versions of Visuall C++ Redistributable package 2013 and 2015 as if they are in my routine… Whole of 8 programs.
Yet, in ‘Programs And Features’ it only shows these three programs:
Visuall C++ 2013 Redistributable package (x64)
Visuall C++ 2015 Redistributable package (x64)
Visuall C++ 2015 Redistributable package (x86)
I also doesnloaded ‘TotalUninstaller’ but the warnings scare me and I don’t even know that’s any ting to do with my problem..
I am experiencing continuing Windows Keep Post failures and I’m having difficulty in a loop. Generally goes reboot to keep post, keep post fail, reboot to render null and void changes, download keep post, reboot.. etc.
There’s alot of threads about this so seems to be a common issue though with different causes, I’m hoping someone can cast off some light on my particular case. I have been following numerous troubleshooting tips to no effect. Also I have run SFC scannow and
DISM, both reported no errors. Windows Keep Post troubleshooter finds and fixes things but this hasn’t had any effect either.
I also tried to create recovery media in order to do an in-place promotion of the OS but the download means failed to create the files.
Here’s links to download my various approach log files:
Any help would be really appreciated, this is driving me mad!
fail to install Cumulative Keep Informed for Windows 10 Story 1067 for x64-based Systems (KB3206632)
Since Dec. 13, 2016, it takes at lease two hours every morning to start off my computer as computer tries to install
Cumulative Keep Post for Windows 10 Type 1067 for x64-based Systems (KB3206632)
and fails to install every schedule.
I am exhausted and I need your help.
I can’t seem to download essentials onto my laptop with windows 7. Having had two sessions with the funding desk, I am no further forward. any advice please?
Moved from Windows
Original entitlement: Microsoft security essentials for windows 7
I am currently running windows 7 SP1. My windows renew settings are set to never check for updates I am being prompted by windows to restart my compute to install important updates. I have restarted my computer numerous times.
I have 4 updates under my renew history that put on view a rank of pending and importance of important. See Below
I have run windows renew troubleshooter a few times and this hasn’t worked. One problem it is finding is Windows renew error 0X80070005 (2017-01-05-T-02_02_28P) then shows not fixed.
How do i get this to finish installing so that windows renew will not prompt me to restart my computer.
I am having weigh down with Windows update KB3206632. It attempts to install, but upon rebooting, at about 15% complete it indicates that the revise cannot profitably be installed, and undoes the revise, only to try again in the near future. The approach log
indicates error 0x80070538.
I have tried the following solutions, to no avail:
- Windows revise troubleshooter. Each era, it says that it fixes some corruption in the revise database, but the revise still fails.
- Offline install of the update, both in normal boot and in safe mode.
- Manually stopping several services and then restarting them, including wuauserv, crytpsvc, bits and msiserver.
- sfc /scannow, which uncovers no issues
- Using the DSIM gizmo, i.e., DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth
Here is a link to my msinfo file:
Here is a link to my approach log file:
Thanks in advance for your help.
Recently suffered the blue screen of death , after I left it on for a few days my laptop started to repair itself , and restored to original settings , however I have lost the Microsoft office 2013 package I was running , which my spouse purchased through
her then employers , and the dvd app I recently purchased from Microsoft , am I going to have to buy these apps again ? , after we have bought them“legitimately Read More
Does this position of the keep informed means its download is complete and if so why is my feature keep informed to windows 10, edition 1607 is not install with other couple of windows update? Please i need a way to install my feature keep informed to windows 10, edition 1607
without the other been completely downloaded.
So I have my Microsoft account connected to the free advancement translation of Windows 10. I’m looking at building a whole new organization and installing a retail translation of Windows 10. My question is can I just get the software for the OS, install that, then connect
my Microsoft account to that and still have everything work?
If not, and I need to install a retail copy, can I link my Microsoft account to that translation of the software? Do I need to unlink my account to the free advancement translation of Windows before I link it to the retail version?
I recently was bequeathed a PC from a dearly departed cousin. He had a windows 7 build 7601 on it according to the typeface in the lower corner and it asks for the key to make sure its a legit install. I was never given the key nor do I have access to it for this.
So instead I figured it was best to get a copy of an OS I knew was legit and be done with it after dealing with it for a few weeks. I purchased Windows 10 after verifying that my new PC could run it safely and properly. Paid for the download edition on Microsoft’s
website and began the download then it rebooted and came to a odd screen and gave me worry bombardment options and more, one option was to plainly ride off the pc so I tried that figuring it just needed to reboot. Then it loaded back up and said I couldn’t do
it because of this error:
Error 0xC1900101 – 0x20017 The installation failed in SAFE_OS phase with an error during BOOT operation
I am not very competent with computer hardware or anything but I figured it was best to ask around about it so any help would be greatly appreciated.
I had a VB app which accessed an Access database (and it worked). Now it fails with a "LoaderLock" error. I have tried to clear the exception, then the organism gets hung up with a "preparing to install". I have since tried to create a new application
with vb using an Access DB and they get hung up. I have tried vb 2008, 2012, 2013, and 2015 all with the same results. I have searched the internet and tried every emulsion offered. If anyone has any ideas I would greatly appreciate them. Read More
My PC is an Acer TC-220; Windows 10 was pre-installed.
A easy Factory Restore went dreadfully awry and I found myself in a position that none of the
Recovery Disks (including a split Applications & Drivers disk) I made when I unboxed the PC or the
Win 10 Order Repair Disk I created a midstream while later were of any assistance in getting my computer up and running. No matter what I tried I could never get past the ‘entering Setup’
screen. I let it sit one day for over 4 hours & it did not change.
It was suggested that I remove the HDD and format it and proceed with a clean install.
I have a HDD enclosure so I put the HDD in the enclosure, connected it to my laptop and proceeded to format the HDD.
I then returned the HDD to my PC.
I downloaded the Windows Media Creation Tool.
I installed it on a formatted 32GB thumb drive and also burned the ISO files to a DVD-R.
I also downloaded a file called Rufus.
Try as I might, I am no further ahead no matter which class of media I try.
Actually, I cannot now even get past the logo screen.
Clicking F12 is designed to proceed to the Setup screen except nothing happens when I do; but that makes me wonder how the computer would recognize a usb mouse and/or keyboard if they have nothing more than a blank HDD to access?
I am absolutely lost. Can anyone offer any Dummy stride-by-stride instructions that would assist me in
installing Windows 10 Home to a BLANK formatted hard drive?
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Hi! First gadget you need to know is I am old and low-tech, so please keep it as down-to-earth as you can. When I try to install Skype on my new-to-me laptop, I get the message "Cannot locate Windows Installer…" I ran the repair utensil as suggested on the Windows
locate, but it did not help. (I have effectively downloaded other software.) Thanks. Read More
I have attempted to install the1607 anniversary keep post 6 times. Each stretch if freezes at 71% in the final installation process
(Operational on updates 71%. Don’t excursion off your PC. This will take a while. Your PC will gain several times.)
have let it wait in the freeze positon for as much as 24 hours with no movement.
After freezing, I must perform a hard reboot. It proceeds to lucratively reinstall the previous adaptation of Windows.
There are akin posts for variations on this installation fail with complicated methods suggested for fixing the problem, with scores of feedback saying that none of the suggestions piece. I’ve tried the aura to excursion off Windows Defender, with no
The problem of freezing at 71% seems a common percent others have encountered, but other people do report other failure scenarios and messages.
Before I attempt scores of stretch consuming solutions that don’t seem to have worked for anyone else, and since this problem seems to have been around for a while, has a reliable resolution been found, expressly focusing on those people experiencing the failure
at 71% in the final installation reboot? Consistency of freezing at 71% for lots of people would seem to be a pointer (?).
No peripherals attached, no USB devices, no external mice, no CD or DVD drive, no external hard drives or other storage space media. Ethernet connected with 20mb download drive too fast. Samsung Chronos, Win7 original installation, with Win 10 installed over it as a free
upgrading over the internet; all updates lucratively installed until this 1607 fail. Windows Defender reports no infections. There have been at least six attempts, including the resolution to manually request the keep post download and initiate the keep post from the
Windows Keep Post feature, and to try it with Windows Defender disabled.
A reliable resolution would be much appreciated. Tell me where to mail the check, tacos arrachera, tequila shots, Best Quality Bowl Tickets; name your price. 🙂
Anyone else still having their 5ghz band connection drop after the install of KB3206632? I have rebooted, run chkdsk and reset the winsock through admin command prompt using netsh winsock reset.
Is Microsoft looking into this issue still? Anyone else still having issues?
I have searched hi and low at all possible tech sites for a elucidation to the above issue. Now its been about 12 days I have been trying to install Win 10 from a USB drive. It doesnt get past the 20% mark when opting for a clean install. During promote from
existing win 7 SP1 it just displays a message “installation failed”. I have tried all methods available including the aggressive ones like stopping the BITS etc. Now after exhausting all options I am posting it here (being hopey). People, I have already checked
all related threads on this forum.
So far I have tried to create the USB install drive from MCT and Rufus. Same result. I tried both promote and clean Install. Same result. I removed language packs and tried again to get same result.
BTW same result means: installation falied at 20% or thereof.
Sony Vaio VPCEG series
Intel Core i5 3.00 GHz
Windows Home SP! 64 bit
4 GB memory
320 GB Sata drive
The sytem came preinstalled with win 7 Home. No amount of troubleshooting is helping me install win 10 and I DO NOT want to format the entire C drive and lose all my programs. The error log file in windows/..panther says the error code is 0x8007025D. Thats
about it. Has anyone come across this issue on a akin machine. My win7 is updated and running fine.
So I seek to play a game called “Astroneer” It doesn’t let me launch the game so I started researching for an issue, after a couple hours of research the fix seems to be the installation of the file KB2670838, I have manually downloaded the file but it
is constantly without an answer on
“searching for updates on this computer….” And won’t download the file
I’ve the sfc /scannow in the command prompt and obviously the manual download, neither of these seemed to have fixed this issue so I decided to ask you guys, Hope you can help me with this issues
*(I’m running windows 7 on an i7-6700k, and have plenty of luggage compartment)
Thanks for reading,
My Mums’ HP Laptop will not download and install Windows Updates it just searches what seems like forever and then returns with the following message:
There were some problems installing updates, but we’ll try again later. If you keep seeing this and want to search the web or contact financial assistance for information, this may help: (0x800705b4).
And the last updates it did was back in August so I am pretty sure there have been some between then and now.
Please help before I have to go back home…
I searched this spot and others but did not find a match on what I’ve encountered. If I missed something, any links or pointers are appreciated.
In July 2016 my Windows 7 SP1 Home Premium laptop was profitably upgraded to Windows 10 Home.
On this same laptop, no hardware changes since, I had to reinstall (clean install) Windows 10 Home. This installation fails. Repeatedly.
The installation loads files and reboots – but the installation returns to the beginning again, as if nothing had been accomplished. It presents Windows Setup again to input Language to install; moment in time & currency format; back to the Activate Windows screen;
to the partitioning screen…
– Downloaded MediaCreationTool.exe and created a USB flash drive with the most current (12/2016) variety of Windows 10.
– Deleted all partitions. Without going into detail, also deleted the partition fare (MBR).
– Booted this USB Flash drive. Selected “I don’t have a product key” since this is a reinstall. Selected Windows 10 Home for installation. Accepted the EULA.
– Selected “Custom: Install Windows Only”. Selected Drive 0 Unallocated Room (no partitions exist). Specified partition dimension that ends up as 500 MB SCHEME partition and 200 GB Windows partition.
– The installation profitably copies Windows files; …; installs Updates, then reboots. What I noticed is that there is a last rung “Finishing Up” that I do not see a green check mark appear next to like it does for the preceding 4 steps.
Upon rebooting, the installation goes back to the very beginning of Windows Setup again.
Of course I still have the Windows 7 product key marker on the bottom of the laptop. What I do not have is the product key created for Windows 10 as part of the lucrative raise in July 2016.
From all I have read, I don’t need a product key for Windows 10 after that raise. The original Windows 10 raise was to post information to Microsoft’s servers so that it would be possible to do a clean install again on this same laptop, no hardware
changes, without a product key.
I did try re-using the Windows 7 product key before I read it is no longer authoritative after the original raise to Windows 10 Home.
Has anyone encountered this or know what options exist to unravel it?
I encountered a problem with Windows Fill In since a few days ago.
My computer cannot install the fill in : Cumulative Fill In for Windows 10 Edition 1607 for x64-based Systems (KB3206632)
It gives me the error code 0x80070057
(Exactly it says : “Cumulative Fill In for Windows 10 Edition 1607 for x64-based Systems (KB3206632) – Error 0x80070057”)
- I tried to use the default Windows Fill In troubleshouter
- I tried to run SFC and DISM
- I tried to reset Windows Fill In manually with
- I tried to download the installer from
Microsoft Fill In Catalog and it said it cannot install the update
So, I can’t see what I can do to install this fill in.
For my configuration :
I have a PC with Windows 10 Pro , edition 1607 (14393.321)
The only antivirus I have is Windows Defender
Thank you for your moment in time!
how to install windows 10 on my Nokia Lumia 930
After first reboot on clean install of Windows 7 pro, 64 bit the program hangs with a message of can not find”device driver” than tells me to point to the driver. It incontestably would help to know what device it is asking about. The hard drive is a fresh 750
Gig Western Digital, Black gyrate at 7200 chkdsk had no problem to report before beginning install. Any one have any idea as to what device it is asking drivers for. Only mouse attached to Dell 6420 laptop. Any help is appreciated.