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I cant install Windows developer preview.... this error appear 0xc0000098

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  • i am having trouble installing the Win Dev Preview... i tried to install it using DVD boot but this error appear.. 

    this is the actual message....

    Windows fail to start. A recent hardware or software change might be the cause.

    To fix the problem:

    1. Insert your windows installation disc and restart you computer.

    2. Choose your language setting, and then click "Next".

    3. Click "repair you computer".

    If you do not have the disc, contact your system administrator or computer manufacturer for assistance.

    File: \windows\system32\boot\winload.exe 

    Status: 0xc0000098

    Info: Windows fail to load because code integrity failed to initialize.

    i also try to install it inside windows 7 but it stops in 77% of installation and tell something has happened but do not display the error.

    please help me with this... what should i do to install it successfully? 

     

    Here are my laptop specifications:

    Windows 7 ultimate

    Intel Core i3 Processor 

    4Gb Ram

    300Gb HDD

    Friday, November 25, 2011 2:53 PM

Answers

  • Hey Joshua Talatala,

     

    You may have corrupted .ISO file. To check the SHA-1 Hash of your .ISO download you will need to download and install your choice of hash verifier. Once you have done that you will need to use the hash verifier to check the hash of the .ISO you downloaded to check against the hash that is listed under the version you downloaded in the link below to make sure that they match:
    Windows Developer Preview downloads

     

    If you do have a corrupted .ISO file, you'll need to download the .ISO again. Once the download completes you will want to check the SHA-1 Hash of the recently downloaded .ISO file to ensure that it matches the information given in the link above.

     

    If that doesn't help you may have a working .ISO file, but a bad burn of the disc. Try burning a second disc with the "Verify disc after burning" option enabled. Another option is to use a bootable USB drive to install Windows Developer Preview. More information on creating a bootable USB drive can be found in the link below:
    How to create a bootable USB flash disk for the Windows Developer Preview Edition?

     

    Hope that helps.


    Steven
    Monday, November 28, 2011 9:41 PM
    Moderator

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  • what method are u using to install Win 8 8102?

    HDD?

    DVD? what speed did you burn it?

    USB?

    You might need to F2 bios and set your boot device - or most LTs have F12 for select Boot device....

    Now did it actually STOP at 77% or is it simply working?  watch the HDD lite - it should blink at times to show it is working....

    Friday, November 25, 2011 8:23 PM
  • i'm using a DVD it boots on DVD and loding file was successful but it cannot load the set up. i burn the .iso file using the default win 7 image burner.

    Actually it stops in 77% and a window shows up that tells "Something has Happened" and says installation has failed.. and there is no HDD activity.


    Joshua Talatala
    Saturday, November 26, 2011 6:43 AM
  • Hey Joshua Talatala,

     

    You may have corrupted .ISO file. To check the SHA-1 Hash of your .ISO download you will need to download and install your choice of hash verifier. Once you have done that you will need to use the hash verifier to check the hash of the .ISO you downloaded to check against the hash that is listed under the version you downloaded in the link below to make sure that they match:
    Windows Developer Preview downloads

     

    If you do have a corrupted .ISO file, you'll need to download the .ISO again. Once the download completes you will want to check the SHA-1 Hash of the recently downloaded .ISO file to ensure that it matches the information given in the link above.

     

    If that doesn't help you may have a working .ISO file, but a bad burn of the disc. Try burning a second disc with the "Verify disc after burning" option enabled. Another option is to use a bootable USB drive to install Windows Developer Preview. More information on creating a bootable USB drive can be found in the link below:
    How to create a bootable USB flash disk for the Windows Developer Preview Edition?

     

    Hope that helps.


    Steven
    Monday, November 28, 2011 9:41 PM
    Moderator