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window 7 is not complete install during process

Hi AlI
I am trying to install window 7 in dell core i7 system.every thing going right at he begining, but while completing installation,It gave me a message .(your window is not properly install,please reinstall the window ).I reinstall but gave me same message again.. please any one help me.
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Which Dell?

And which W7?

Many of today's Dells don't support W7 and well, so many questions. The usual cause is the owner has a W10 laptop and attempted to install W7. It's complicated but I can't tell from your post where that complication is.

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Re: Windows 7

If the machine initially came with Windows 7, order the restore media from Dell. Those should work and give you a fully functional machine.

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re-install window 7

Yaa! window 7 was initially install when i brought the system, but when i re-install window 7 again,than it gave me above problem... ? Plain

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Re: Reinstall Windows 7

If it doesn't work the way Dell tells you to do it (from the recovery partition or the recovery discs) it could be a hardware issue; contact Dell customer service.
If you don't use the Dell prescribed way, do it the way it should be done.

When installing Windows, remove all connected devices, other than mouse and keyboard.

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use genuine

are you be using pirated windows

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