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while trying to install windows 7 on laptop I am getting error 0x80300001

Posted on 2011-02-23
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I installed the Raid drier to drive the card. and then the windows 7 found the hard drive and formated it. but it will not let me install it.
can you please explain what this error is all about.
The laptop is a portage m400 toshiba
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that link had no relevant information.
Please try again
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are you installing from an internal dvd drive or external?
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from the DVD drive internal
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I have found this on another site which fixed the issue for a few people.  I originally thought it related to another error when installing from an internal dvd drive but now I think not:

1. Load the RAID driver from CD. (Vista driver will work)
2. Install the driver and create partitions.
3. Remove the driver CD and insert the Windows 7 DVD.
4. Click on Refresh and the error should disappear.
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I think I fixed it.
I put in 8 gigs of ram and then ot worked.
so it seems that windows 7 will only load if you have 8 gigs or more of ram
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After placing 2 4 gig sodimms in the machine the error went away. I tried it on another machine and that too worked. so windows 7 will only load if you have 8 gigs or more of ram on the toshiba m400
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