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I can not install original HP windows 7 prof. DVD's on a new hard disk for HP7100 Elite

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I can not install original HP windows 7 prof. DVD's on a new hard disk for HP7100 Elite.

 

As original hard desk got damaged I replace it with a new one , when trying to install the HP original 3 DVD's of windows 7 proffessional it never finshe installation giving the error message that windows can not verifying istallation, restart insatlling windows. 

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Which specific brand, model  hard disk did you install?

 

What is theand storage capacity of the hard disk?

 

What is the specific error message that you see during installation attempts?

 

Does the installation disk recognize the hard disk as being present?

 

 




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>> it never finish installation,
>> giving the error message that Windows can not verify installation, restart installing windows.

 

First reply:

 

> What is the [omitted word] and storage capacity of the hard disk?

 

Did you intend to write "manufacturer" ?

 

> What is the specific error message that you see during installation attempts?

 

See above.

 

> Does the installation disk recognize the hard disk as being present?

 

See above.  It fails to "finish" the installation; it is not a failure to "start" the installation.

 

 

My reply:

 

Possibilities:
* the new disk-drive is defective;
* the installation media is defective;
* defective RAM.

 

Turn the computer off. Turn the computer on, and immediately keep tapping the F2 key until you see the "HP Diagnostics" screen. Run the diagnostics for RAM and for the disk-drive, and hope that it "passes" the testing.

 

Please report back to us.

 

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