DualCore Intel Core 2 Duo E4300, 1800 MHz (9 x 200) Asus P5VD2-MX + latest BIOS version 1017 VIA VT6102 Rhine II Fast Ethernet Adapter (PHY: Realtek RTL8201CL/CP) PCI Thomson SpeedTouch 330 USB ADSL PPP 4 GB DDR2 SDRAM 533 nVIDIA GeForce 8500 GT (Gigabyte GV-NX85T) Analog Devices AD1986A @ VIA VT8237A High Definition Audio Controller Hitachi HDT725032VLA360 (320 GB, 7200 RPM, SATA-II) HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GSA-H12L Screen: Sony 210ES Printer: Lexmark E120 Keyboard & Mouse - standard USBThis is a new installation. I don`t have any Beta Win 7 before. On this disk i have orginal Windows XP Home SP3 Disconnected everything except the screen, keyboard and mouse, including internal card reader To be sure I recorded a second DVD with a minimum speed and verification of data. The record is OK. In the Microsoft Virtual ISO image is installed and Windows7 work correctly I launched the Windows 7 installation in safe mode - crashes when try to load windows/system32/DRIVERS/disk.sys Can anyone help me?
The problem half solved. What did I do to install Windows 7
- removed GForce graphics card nVidia 8500 GT with a PCI slot - plug my screen for an integrated graphics card on the motherboard - i launched the Windows installation disc 7. The installer ran correctly (without BSOD), the system was installed and running. Is only a problem that I can not put my 8500 GT to the slot, as the take-off systems BSOD appears. Currently BSOD appears only to put the graphics card slot PCI. The system operates with 64 MB integrated graphics card. Some people argue that the downgrade BIOS to version 1012 has helped, but I do not dare carry out such an operation like that. At Microsoft, there is still no solution - http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en/w7itproinstall/thread/caebcbbd-960f-4eaf-af39-d07e6cfa712d What kind of impossible to work with, but you can see artifacts even when playing video. For all those who choose - no product graphic effects, no Areo. There is no way to install an external graphics card. There is no fix. As wrote Ronnie Vernon (MVP - Microsoft Forum):
Don't get me wrong, every single user who takes the time to help test Windows 7 is critically important to Microsoft. But testing a beta can be a frustrating experience at times, even for the most patient users.I will follow if have any solution. If not, restore the XP partition from an image and wait for a stable version of Windows 7 Best regards P.S. Topic on Microsoft TechNet Forum Topic on Windows7forums.com