From what I’ve read on the interweb the installation of SP1 has become downright frustrating for many. I don't mind it being unsupported, I just want to avoid the hassle of a full reinstall just to get to the RTM version. I believe I've tried everything in this thread and still no luck. Reply ↓ Omri on June 26, 2012 at 11:20 pm said: @Sprewell- Hear, hear! have a peek at this web-site
i'm so glad most of my machines are spared of this stupid software and run only on open and free steroids. There are only few windows only applications I need it for but I just need to learn live without those in the future. Having done that I can boot Windows 7 and install the service pack as usual. all the thnx to grimson at this topic: social.technet.microsoft.com/…/d7e1de83-2285-4a29-abcf-a4fcf5f471d4 fixed 🙂 Reply Christian Perreault says: February 27, 2011 at 10:49 pm I had the issue on a Fujitsu Lifebook AH530 Windows http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows7/windows-7-windows-server-2008-r2-service-pack-1-sp1-installation-error-0x800F0A12
That basically means we cant mount the disk. It's now in my collection of tools for the next time… many thanks again! reboot, remove the drive letter. Does anyone have any other ideas on how I can go about getting my machine updated?
No need to reboot between steps 1 & 2. Reply ↓ Paddy on February 6, 2013 at 2:00 pm said: Hey mate thanks a bunch this solved my problem :-) Reply ↓ pepe001 on May 30, 2014 at 4:18 pm To solve the issue, you have to set the partition with Windows 7 as active using Disk Management (Win+R: diskmgmt.msc) by right clicking the partition and selecting "Mark Partition as Active". Windows 7 Service Pack 1 Offline Installer A question: Do I now need to disable the automount again?
Have a few questions here, and yet another solution 🙂 W7 has it's own disk now, but i had to partition it with linux (gotta love ubuntu live disk :), why By Ed Bott for The Ed Bott Report | February 24, 2011 -- 06:47 GMT (22:47 PST) | Topic: Windows If you run Windows 7 and Linux on the same PC, After the requisite re-boot, only the SYSTEM partition is now active. I do not see a system partition in the disk manager window and the DISKPART idea did not work.
I realize there are Diskpart commands like this: > sel disk=system > sel part=1 > det part However that assumes you already know where the active parition is, else you might Windows 7 Service Pack 1 Download Awesome!!! I used a third party backup application to create images and flipped back/forth between W7 and the W7 SP1 install along the way. Aside from some application appearance issues that I haven't found an answer for, so far, so good!
While it may be a minority, dual boot is certainly used by a lot of people. https://www.khattam.info/solved-error-0x800f0a12-while-installing-windows-7-service-pack-1-2011-06-01.html You bet it is." homepage.ntlworld.com/…/boot-and-system-volumes.html Worse luck; Boot partition = %systemdrive% Reply Christian says: February 24, 2011 at 12:20 pm Where can I find this "disk managment" tool mentioned avove? Windows 7 Sp1 Error 0x800f0a12 Dual Boot If that doesn't happen I must conclude that MS did this all on purpose and I need to avoid all MS software in the future as much as I can. Mountvol /e Not sure if it's missing from the installer or not but there is this entry: d:w7rtmbasewcpcomponentstorecsd_locking.cpp.
I was able to install SP1 and used my Dell product key code to activate it. Check This Out Reply joscon [Microsoft] says: November 1, 2016 at 4:29 pm If you had any other externally attached storage, try removing it as well. But I do cherish pages like this and have learned a lot just reading it. What's next? 0x800f0a12 Windows 2008 R2 Sp1
The bottom line seems to be that the system partition is critical for a good service pack install experience. Kb976932 The fix, according to this report, is to use Windows Disk Management to set the System Reserved partition as active; if there's no System Reserved partition, set the Windows volume as active. Reply joscon [Microsoft] says: November 1, 2016 at 4:29 pm @Cor; I dont think it has anything to do with the information in this thread per se, but my initial suspicion
Reply joscon [Microsoft] says: November 1, 2016 at 4:29 pm Awesome, glad that worked out for you. -Joseph Reply joscon [Microsoft] says: November 1, 2016 at 4:29 pm So Danielle, you Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site (the association bonus does not count). Raid configuration is to stripe (I'm looking for speed). Diskpart social.technet.microsoft.com/…/05c74dc1-a102-4cbd-9724-5c804f500a80 windows 7 doesn't boot if one hard disk taken from NAS is plugged via the sata cable directly to the main board.
go to your diskmanager, at the system reserved partition put a drive letter on it. Can you tell me more about your install as far as disk configuration, OS installs, etc. There is no conspiracy. http://introbuilder.net/windows-7/windows-7-service-pack-1-unknown-error-0x800f0a12.php Essentially, the MBR resided on the XP volume, so using the diskpart or mountvol commands did not help resolve the 800f0a12 error.
Came back and woah, login screen is there (cool). Thanks for the tip!! Reply Max says: February 23, 2011 at 5:54 pm joscon, No System Reserved partition. I have four SAS drives, two for Linux as drive 0 and 1, and two for windows 7 as 2 and 3. (That order is simply because I don't ever want
I don't have a dual boot system however I have used Darik's DBAN and Gparted which are of course Linux based so I am wondering if the issue somehow carries over Then I rebooted and voila — SP1 installed without a hitch. Even though the disk management from windows 7 professional can see the disk 1 even if its disable in bios, of course since its not accesing it through bios. Joseph, does SP1 support this kind of setup?
Reply memyro says: March 16, 2011 at 2:01 am I'm running a Raid0 windows 7 Ultimate only. Reply Anonymous says: November 1, 2016 at 4:29 pm joscon: If I set it up correctly you should be able to download the entire CBS.log during the SP1 install attempt at: Reply mike says: February 24, 2011 at 7:58 pm I ended up having to reformat, create a second partition and re-install win7; then installing SP1. My Fujitsu laptop come natively with a small (~ 150 MiB) partition storing the Windows boot files.
Reply joscon [Microsoft] says: November 1, 2016 at 4:29 pm I dont know of anything else you can do here, maybe someone might have another suggestion. Changed 100 MB partition to active and retried and voila, it FINALLLLLLLY got installed. 4. Reply Anonymous says: November 1, 2016 at 4:29 pm I have two drives.