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The 0xc000000e exclusive in W7 Pro

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It appears Windows 7 refuses to write the boot files to disk.  The only way I can get this up is with Acronis.  After a reboot the 0xc000000e happens again.  I geuss W7 is corrupt and the only solution is to start over and erase the disk.   I hope the issue is not with the drive itself.   I did tests and even bad drives pass tests.   

BTW that W7 repair CD seems like a waste of time.

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50 minutes ago, kitekrazy said:

BTW that W7 seems like a waste of time.

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I'm uploading something for ya.  Check the link in about an hour (it's over 4.9 GB!).  Hopefully, you can find some place to download it. You may need to extract to a folder first (or you can use it on a bootable thumb-drive -  Check out Rufus to create bootable media! ).   As long as you had a Windows 7 license, you can use this.  Note that this is v1903, so you'll still need to let it update itself after the upgrade.

Here's where to get the .iso file: https://www.nwdreamer.com/W10/  (just right-click and save-as!).

Enjoy! 🙂

[The upload just finished!]

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 I found out if you install W7 pre service pack 1 you are screwed.   I did have a W7 iso with SP1 and had to start over.  Windows update actually worked.  It's an older machine and I don't think I could install W10 as the last resort

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