Cannot install Windows 7 Professional 64 bit on HP Envy 4-1053TX (AVL)

1. product name and the number: HP Envy 4-1053TX (B9K16PA #UUF)

Windows 2 operating system installed 7 Home Premium 64-bit

3 error message/symptom: blue screen * STOP: 0x0000007B (0FxFFFFF880009A9928, 0xFFFFFFFFC0000034, 0 x 000.., 0 x 000...)

4. all changes made to your system until the problem occurred pre-installed Windows 7 Home Premium, trying to get at operating system level to Windows 7 Professional 64-bit using free license.

5 cannot install Windows 7 Professional 64 bit which is open license. No player appears when Windows DVD/USB boot. Tried to install when Windows is running, appear a blue screen upon restart.

Hello

I see that you have a problem in the installation of new Windows USB port. It seems that your HDD was not detected, right? It's because your laptop uses a SATA HDD.

what you need to do are:

1. download the driver AHCI SATA website of intel. (just google it)

2. copy the files (size 700 KB for 6 files) into the new USB

3. reboot and install your laptop with win 7 (dvd/usb)

4. by the time win 7 installation reached the drive to install (none detected), click load drivers.

5. now load your other USB SATA drivers.

6. then will show all disks in your system.

7. continue with the installation process.

hope this helps.

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