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Marjan26

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Posted · Original PosterOP

In every step of installing windows it take atleast 20 minute. Don't know   why is this happenin. Is it for hdd.laptop model is acer aspire E 11. Its a old laptop.

Note :few days ago it suddenly restarted and loadin. In the loading time it showed "disk error:cheking drive /E:

Im intalling windows with pendrive in legecy mood 

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Well that's because you are trying to install Windows on an Intel Celeron with 2GB of RAM. 


 Gaming PC:                                        Streaming PC:

-Ryzen 5 3600x                CPU              -Ryzen 7 2700x  

-2x8GB @ 3200               RAM              -2x8GB @ 3600 

-RX 5700 XT                   GPU               -GTX 1060 6gb

                                                 -Asus B450M-A MATX        MOBO            -GB B450I MITX                                                     

                     -CM NR400                   CASE          -Thermaltake Core V1            

 

Monitor: Viewsonic VX2758-2KP-MHD

 

Good, Cheep and Easy Cable Management is my fetish.

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Judging by your original post (disk error:cheking drive /E) and then the fact you are locking up at the windows install screen where you pick your drives, I would venture to guess that drive is failing. 


 Gaming PC:                                        Streaming PC:

-Ryzen 5 3600x                CPU              -Ryzen 7 2700x  

-2x8GB @ 3200               RAM              -2x8GB @ 3600 

-RX 5700 XT                   GPU               -GTX 1060 6gb

                                                 -Asus B450M-A MATX        MOBO            -GB B450I MITX                                                     

                     -CM NR400                   CASE          -Thermaltake Core V1            

 

Monitor: Viewsonic VX2758-2KP-MHD

 

Good, Cheep and Easy Cable Management is my fetish.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

i am also thinking of that.i think i have to change the hard drive and thank you for your comments.waiting for others

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10 minutes ago, Marjan26 said:

i am also thinking of that.i think i have to change the hard drive and thank you for your comments.waiting for others

Will it let you delete all the old partitions on the screen you're stuck on?

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Posted · Original PosterOP
9 minutes ago, johnny5c said:

Will it let you delete all the old partitions on the screen you're stuck on?

no

 

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7 minutes ago, Marjan26 said:

no

 

I would try a bootable program like WD Lifeguard or DBAN to completely wipe the drive before declaring it dead, it could just be a bad partition and you have a lot of them.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
3 minutes ago, johnny5c said:

I would try a bootable program like WD Lifeguard or DBAN to completely wipe the drive before declaring it dead, it could just be a bad partition and you have a lot of them.

cant use any software because no windows installed on my laptop

 

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Just now, Marjan26 said:

cant use any software because no windows installed on my laptop

 

 

3 minutes ago, johnny5c said:

bootable program

 


 Gaming PC:                                        Streaming PC:

-Ryzen 5 3600x                CPU              -Ryzen 7 2700x  

-2x8GB @ 3200               RAM              -2x8GB @ 3600 

-RX 5700 XT                   GPU               -GTX 1060 6gb

                                                 -Asus B450M-A MATX        MOBO            -GB B450I MITX                                                     

                     -CM NR400                   CASE          -Thermaltake Core V1            

 

Monitor: Viewsonic VX2758-2KP-MHD

 

Good, Cheep and Easy Cable Management is my fetish.

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Just now, Marjan26 said:

cant use any software because no windows installed on my laptop

 

The two programs I listed don't require Windows, you install them to a USB drive and boot from it like you did with your Windows installation.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Previous all problem solved.everything was perfect then a new problem entered. File ready speed is slow.it took 30 minuit for 2%. I think i have to bought a new hdd 

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