RE: Install Loop Prevents Completion
I am experiencing your identical problem. The only difference is that I
inadvertently kicked the A/C plug out of its socket after 75% of the Vista
software had loaded. Since I am in the same "eternal loop" you describe, I
would appreciate knowing if you found, or were provided, a solution. I sent
a webform to Microsoft describing the problem, and have received a standard
reply stating they would try to get back to me in 24 hours. That period has
lapsed and I would really like to get my new system up and running - - -
hence this communication.
It may be true that "money can''t buy happiness". However - - - money, and
lots of it, should absolutely provide one with long-term security!
"Vista Blues" wrote:
> I am trying to complete a new installation of Vista Home Premium on a new
> system build, (ASUS 680i SLI, E6750, 1GB 6400 DDR2, SATA1) but continue to
> get the following error message "The computer has restarted unexpectedly or
> encountered an unexpected error. Windows installation cannot proceed. To
> install Windows, check "OK" to restart the computer, and then restart the
> installation. " The problem is that this error is repeated every time that
> the computer reboots. I haved updated the bios with the most recent version,
> set the memory voltage to 2.0V, set the HDD to SATA1, but none of this has
> helped. Does anyone have any further suggestions?
> My apologies if this question is answered elsewhere in discussion. I looked
> but did not find it.