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karlsnooks wrote on:
Use your Win 7 DVD to “clean” your hard drive.
GO TO A COMMAND PROMPT
USING YOUR WIN 7 DVD/UFD
- BOOT TO A COMMAND PROMPT USING A WIN 7 DVD/USB STICK
- Insert your Win 7 DVD or Win 7 USB
- Power down your computer
- Power up your computer.
Boot up your computer from the Win 7 DVD/USB stick
- When a screen is displayed asking for the Language to Install,
press the key combo of SHIFT + F10
- Do NOT click on Next.
Press the SHIFT + F10 key combo.
You will have a X:\Sources> command prompt.
X: is a ram drive created by Windows 7.
X: contains a mini-version of Windows 7 called a PE (pre-execution environment).
If you do not plan on installing windows at this time, you may now remove the DVD/USB stick.
If you plan on continuing with an install, then do not remove.
Execute the desired commands.
Use the EXIT command to return to the Win 7 installation procedure.
NOTE: UFD = Usb Flash Device = usb stick = pendrive = thumb drive
That showed you how to get to a command prompt.
Here is how to prepare the hard disk once you are at the command prompt:
type these commands,following each by hitting the ENTER key:
SELECT DISK 0
DETAIL DISK (to make sure you got the hard disk)
EXIT (this one gets you back into the install program.
LIST DISK and identify your disk number (from 0 to n disks)
SELECT DISK <n> where <n> is the disk number
CLEAN ALL (Will Take Some Time)
CREATE PARTITION PRIMARY ALIGN=1024
FORMAT FS=NTFS (Will Take Some Time)
[ Immediately Terminate Install Process Completely ]
Reboot using Installation DVD.
Do NOT reformat during installation process