jcgriff2 Quote: Originally Posted by tambor198 You do get around, jcgriff2. it is: Windows Setup could not reinitialize the deployment engine. To start windows restart the installation. Support WindowsBBS Arie, #3 2014/06/13 sonar1313 Well-Known Member Thread Starter Joined: 2008/07/13 Messages: 31 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 206 Computer Experience: intermediate Well, letting Vista do its thing was just
To install windows, restart the installation. Computer Type PC/Desktop OS windows 10 Reply With Quote « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Forum Windows 10 Forums Installation and Setup Clean install - could not reinitialise the Regards. . . coz currently i got no windows on computer and i cant install any either also where i can find make and model number of my hard drive. have a peek here
Yes, I thought that post was yours, but one can never be sure. then click on it and hit New. Maybe I could make a CD with the SiS drivers?
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I always get this error when I use the > Vista setup to format the drive. Windows Setup Could Not Configure Windows To Run On This Computer's Hardware Thanks again. Your cache administrator is webmaster. I wanted to make sure that you were made aware that there was a reply to that one - as I did not want to simply plagiarize it in some manner
Site Changelog Community Forum Software by IP.Board Sign In Use Facebook Use Twitter Need an account? https://www.windowsbbs.com/threads/could-not-reinitialize-the-deployment-engine.107721/ You should also keep an eye on THIS remarkably similar thread in another forum that was posted just 12 minutes after this one - and has received a response. Windows Setup Could Not Reinitialize The Deployment Engine Windows 8 When I tried the Vista install afterwards, it |>almost worked. Windows 10 Deployment Engine Any thing I can do?
Make sure all files required are available. Unfortunately I no longer have an operating system on the machine I'm installing vista on, so I'm having trouble finding which controller driver is used. Some of them (video card driver for example) required Vista to get itself up-to-date first so it's been a tedious process. Don't know if this will solve your problem, but its what fixed me up. Windows Setup Could Not Reinitialize Windows 10
i can use desktop computer for all the information you can provide, but on laptop i can only use boot menu. Boot from it and run the >> diagnostics on the drive. Welcome to Bleeping Computer! Also get a utility from them to write zeros to >> the drive.
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sonar1313, #1 2014/06/12 Evan Omo Computer Support Technician Staff Joined: 2006/09/10 Messages: 7,384 Likes Received: 459 Trophy Points: 1,093 Location: Walnut Creek, California, United States Computer Experience: Intermediate+ Hi sonar1313. Register now! I have searched > everywhere > for help. Windows 10 32 Bit To 64 Bit Finally, I tried installing on my original 160 GB hard drive. The upgrade did not take but the install over the top worked. I am not running Vista RC2. Like I
This link worked. Make sure |>> |>all files required are available. It takes just 2 minutes to sign up (and it's free!). When I tried the Vista install afterwards, it |>> |>almost worked.
I have used that program myself.Here is the present updated link to Gparted.http://sourceforge.net/projects/gparted/I realize your computer is not bootable without a boot partition on the hard drive, but most hard drive From there select the partition you want to install to. It should now work. I've disabled all > non-essential features in BIOS (even USB & mouse).
It got to step 2 (expanding, I think?), went maybe 50%, then |>gave this error: |> |>Windows cannot install required files. The only decent hint I found was to format the drive using NTFS > |>format. > |> > |>I don't have XP (which is why I'm doing a clean install), so Other benefits of registering an account are subscribing to topics and forums, creating a blog, and having no ads shown anywhere on the site. I always get this error when I use the Vista setup to format the drive.
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