Originally Posted by Crystal_Castles
Wait, your windows 7 install needs drivers for what exactly? Everything that's needed should be on that image. You might want to try and copy everything again just be sure that you're getting everything transferred.
I had the USB Thumb Drive in the USB 3.0 port on the Motherboard. Turns out that was the Issue. It can boot from that drive, but once it gets into the setup process it losses the ability to see it's self! (How crazy is that!) So once I plugged the USB drive into the normal USB 2.0 ports it could then install onto the hard drive as normal.
Moral of the Story: If your going to use the USB route for installing Windows 7, plug the USB Thumb drive into the USB 2.0 ports on the motherboard or you WILL have issues.
Originally Posted by Theory
All you have to do its click the "Windows Update" button...
ITS LIKE MAGIC!!!!
[Edit1]But I don't wanna! As I type this right now (On my Cr-48) my Windows 7 install is working on 78 updates ... Seventy Eight! I really don't want to have to go thought any extra windows updates then I have too. It's too annoying.
[Edit2]I just looked at your sig, and it says your monitor is a ASUS 23'' 1080p HDMI, how do you like it, because I'm looking for something in that range.
[Edit3]So, after the SEVENTY EIGHT updates installed, Windows now does not boot. *Gives the unimpressed face.* Try to 'recover' now. But that looks like I'm not going to be getting very far with it as I'm sitting at the recover console right now ... but after 10 minutes still nothing has happend ... Oh, wait, now it decides that it want's to come out and play. (Searching for problems...)
[Edit4]Wow, Windows 7 managed to corrupt it's self in the update process. Going to leave this now, it's "Attempting Repairs... Repairing disk errors. This might take over an hour to complete. Well, that's the rest of my night shot. Going to sleep now.Edited by Dygear - 4/28/11 at 2:08am