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Originally Posted by Socks keep you warm View Post
That is weird, although i wasn't lying when i said 70570 is a ram issue.
I know you weren't
but most of the times installation fails due to defective media.
A few weeks ago i had to do a clean windows install on a pc and it was crashing at the end of the installation process, when the first reboot occurs. can't remember the BSOD error number, but i tried to replace hardware and still didn't work. DVD was brand new and MS original, however it was defective, as after a few other trys a different DVD solved the problem.
That's why i insisted on the damaged ISO, very little chance of 4 new sticks of RAM coming defective.
I could be wrong though
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Originally Posted by Socks keep you warm View Post
That is weird, although i wasn't lying when i said 70570 is a ram issue.
Perhaps that had to do with me installing it with only 1 stick of ram. Perhaps one of the stick had better luck, although I'm sure I tried each of the 4 sticks individually and each installation failed. Never had that many problem with Windows installation before. I'm glad that I can finally have fun with my new build! i7 2600k is one hell of an overclocker!

Memtest didn't report any problem with the ram either. Will run memtest overnight when I went to bed tonight to see if any problem come up.
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I know you weren't
but most of the times installation fails due to defective media.
A few weeks ago i had to do a clean windows install on a pc and it was crashing at the end of the installation process, when the first reboot occurs. can't remember the BSOD error number, but i tried to replace hardware and still didn't work. DVD was brand new and MS original, however it was defective, as after a few other trys a different DVD solved the problem.
That's why i insisted on the damaged ISO, very little chance of 4 new sticks of RAM coming defective.
I could be wrong though
It's weird though this happen with USB flashdrive. I understand that burning to DVD may caused problems, but somehow the DVD that worked with another PC doesn't work with this :S. And one USB flashdrive works but another doesn't? This is some weird computability problem, especially in your case with MS original disc.
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