Windows® 7 install problems
Are you facing problems regarding the installation of Windows 7 on your computer? Learn how to fix various issues
Sometimes users might encounter errors while installing Windows 7 on a computer. In majority of the cases, the freezing of Windows 7 happens due to reasons like overheating. In the situation of Windows 7 hanging during the installation process, the computer screen freezes for some time and the mouse pointer cannot be moved. Sometimes you might encountered a black or blue screen. Such errors are quite annoying when it occurs in the middle of the installation process.
The major problems faced while installing Windows 7 and tips to solve and prevent them are given below:
- PC freezes while installing Windows 7
- Black screen during Windows 7 installation
- Tips to prevent issues while installation
PC freezes while installing Windows 7
Windows 7 freezing while installing it, can be prevented by ensuring that the RAM of the computer is as per the requirements. The RAM decides the speed of the computer because it helps in proper processing of tasks. Therefore, the users have two choices before them to prevent the occurrence of such errors. i.e. they should not try to either operate multiple programs at the same time or increase the RAM of your computer. Another common way to prevent Windows 7 freezes is to make use of registry cleaner software. Without registries working properly, the computer cannot stand the load of your instructions all the times. Therefore, it is necessary that the errors in the registry have to be removed.
Black screen during Windows 7 installation
Computers with AMD/ATI Radeon graphics processing unit (GPU) working upon the embedded DisplayPort (eDP) technology have a tendency to display a black screen during Windows 7 installation even when the installation is still running in the background. To fix this issue first save the Autounattend.xml answer file and the latest graphics driver to a USB flash drive, and copy the uncompressed graphics driver on the USB flash drive. Now start the computer and then immediately connect the USB flash drive to follow the instructions for completion of the installation process. At once the system re-starts, disconnect the USB flash drive.
Before you begin installing Windows 7 in your PC, follow some tips so that you do not face any problem while installing Windows 7. To start with, first find the product key, back up your files, download and run the free Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor, decide whether to install the 32-bit or 64-bit version of Windows 7, update your antivirus program, run it, and then turn it off and finally make sure that your Internet connection is working so that you can get the latest installation updates.