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Can't Complete Install - CD/DVD Drivers Needed Windows 7

Posted on 2010-09-24
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Please can you help? After trying to instal windows 7 onto ASUS P6TD motherboard I get Can't Complete Install - CD/DVD Drivers just after slect english. Anyadvice would be most welecome.
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by:JP64
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Hi Alex,

I thought this problem was solved and you accepted a Daniel Smiths solution

"daniel_smith:Sounds like a bad burn of the DVD? I thought this only happened in beta versions of the install."

If you did not please say so.

Kind regards,

JP

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by:Alex_Jenkins
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Hi, The version I was using was 32 not 64 bit so I have the same issue. I dont know how to open the old quesition.
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You may try the following:

There´s quite a few messages on the internet about windows 7 regarding this mainboard.

set your bios to fail safe defaults.
Install the latest bios upgrade
keep the newest drivers at hand
Strip the computer of all unnecessary hardware.
check if your memory 100% fits the mainboard. When overclocking this is a must.

Kind regards,

JP
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