In my opinion, you have a custom made DVD for Windows7 installation provided by your computer manufacturer. But then, I have not seen the DVD and I may be very well wrong.1. Did I install 64 bit Windows?
To check press the key combination, Windows Key + Pause
as shown in the following picture. A system information window will pop up showing you if you have 32 bit or 64 bit Windows installed.2. Did it install properly?
I am sorry, but I find myself unable to answer that, because I am not sitting in front of your computer. So if your Windows is working properly, we can assume it was installed ok.
In Windows 7 custom install, you have to format first, by right clicking on a shown partition. You can also delete partitions in same way. Once you select and click Next, Windows setup takes over. BY default, the setup does not format and makes a folder Windows.000
in which it copies all the old files on the partition.
Edited by Romeo29, 22 January 2010 - 09:18 AM.