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    Windows 7 setup says no disk

    by epixyesyes ·

    Hello, i am having trouble installing windows 7. The disk works properly until it gets to expanding windows, then it gets stuck on 0% then says “There is no disk in the drive. Please insert a disk into drive H:.” I need help fixing this, there are no tutorials on google.

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    • #4230865
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      Re: install Windows 7

      by kees_b ·

      In reply to Windows 7 setup says no disk

      A few questions:
      – Why Windows 7?
      – Some details of the PC, please.
      – How do you start the install?
      – Install on a physical or virtual hard disk?
      – If physical, what’s on it ?
      – What goes well before it starts expanding?
      – What is “expanding” ?
      – What is drive H: ?

    • #4230867
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      Plenty of tutorials on Google BUT

      by rproffitt ·

      In reply to Windows 7 setup says no disk

      But few may solve your issue.

      For example Windows 7’s built in drivers don’t support NVMe or a lot of what PCs come with today.
      https://www.reddit.com/r/windows7/comments/y51ubx/windows_7_nvme_m2_drivers/ may or may not apply here.

      The lack of PC details means no one can possibly point you in the right direction.

    • #4230874
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      Reply To: Windows 7 setup says no disk

      by birdmantd ·

      In reply to Windows 7 setup says no disk

      I can’t figure out why anyone would want to install such an old version of MS Windows in this day and age. Modern software/hardware is likely incompatible with that version of MS Windows. I can only guess that the OP is trying to keep an older PC running legacy programs. We can only speculate until the OP clarifies this.

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