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Posted: August third, 2017, 14:13


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I have actually a Crucial v4 ssd 64gb drive. I desire to install it in an Optiplex 755 computer obviously using SATA. I want to install Windows 7 Pro sp1 on the ssd drive. By default, I am making use of AHCI however I did attempt AHA and Legacy which neither of those functioned. The drive is recognized in the BIOS and the drive is regulated by AHCI BIOS. After I launch WIN 7 installer, three partitions appear:Disk 0 Partition 1 OEM ReservedPartition 2 System ReservePartition 3 PrimaryI will pick Primary as the partition to install Windows 7. At the beginning of the installation, Step 2 "Expanding Windows Files", the installation falls short and also this message appears "Windows cannot install required records. The file does not exist. Error code 0x80070002". I click OK and also attempt the installation aobtain. However before, this time the partitions are absent and nopoint is tright here. At the bottom, it claims "No chauffeurs were found". I am not certain what "file" is lacking or doesn"t exist. I don"t know if the "file" is the driver or somepoint pertained to that. I can not continue till I recognize what "file" is lacking and exactly how perform I manually install this missing file. Perhaps, I have to upday the BIOS firmware or update the ssd firmware?


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Have you tried to zero the ssd first ? If it came from some various other computer, it may have some stselection worths in boot sectors. Also, deserve to you attempt through an additional win7 disk, or make a bootable usb drive ? Maybe your disk is corrupted.