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Windows XP - upgrade error code 7

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  • After you upgrade your computer to Windows XP system, when you start the computer by using the Windows XP Recovery Console or by starting from the Windows XP CD-ROM, you may get the error below:

    "Error code 7"
     

  • How to fix?

    To resolve this pc problem, following steps:

    Warning Do not complete the following procedure unless you are very familiar with internal computer hardware removal and installation. The hardware components in a computer are very sensitive to static electricity. For information about the correct handling of computer components, contact your computer manufacturer.

    1. Shut down your computer, and then remove all the Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) devices.

    2. Restart your computer.

       > If Windows starts successfully, shut down your computer, and then reinstall the PCI devices one at a time. Start Windows after the installation of each device. When you install a device that causes the issue, remove that device, and then continue to install the other PCI devices.

       > If Windows does not start successfully, remove one or more of the memory modules that are installed in your computer. Leave sufficient RAM for your computer to start and run Windows XP.

    Note Windows XP requires 128 megabytes (MB) RAM. The minimum is 64 MB and the maximum is 4 gigabytes (GB).

    For example, if two 256-MB memory modules are installed in your computer, remove one of the memory modules. If Windows starts successfully, shut down the computer, and then reinstall the RAM modules one at a time. Start Windows after the installation of each RAM module. When you install a module that causes the issue, remove that module, and then continue to install the other RAM modules.

    3. Determine if the PCI devices in your computer are compatible with Windows XP. Click here to learn more about "Microsoft Hardware Compatibility List (HCL)"
     

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