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Data error(cyclic redundancy check)


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#1 yurpo

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Posted 23 December 2016 - 12:59 AM

Hello, 
 
I am running into a bunch of errors while attempting to install microsoft 10 into my created pc. I am going to list everything I can to see if anyone has a solution to my issues. 
 
To get a clean picture I am installing using a flashdrive. 
 
When my pc is powered on I choose my language. Next I type in my cd key. Accept the terms. Custom install. Here I have one drive listed: Drive 0 Unallocated Space. This have 931.5 GB in total and the same in free space. This is all I see. So I select this and click next. I receive an error message with the code 0x80300002. Next when I attempt to select new and create a partition it gives me the error "we couldnt create partition (Error: 0x9cb7cda0)
 
This has prompted me to look into the command function. 
 
When I open the command function I see( X:\Sources>) idk if the x matters. 
 
I get to list disk, select disk 0(the 931 gb), clean, create partition primary. This is where I receive the error message: Data error (cyclic redundancy check). 
 
This made me believe I needed to specify the volume. So when I go to list disk I see disk 0(931 gb) and disk 1(14gb). Now when I go to list volume to see the disk 0(931 gb) it is not listed. All I see is the former disk 1(14gb) listed as disk 0(14gb now). 
 
From here I have no idea what to do. I attempted assigning a new letter the 14gb in hopes of getting the 931gb to the c but couldnt force this because I couldnt find it in list volume. 
 
I know this is alot but I am so lost and need some help and guidance.


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#2 JohnC_21

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Posted 23 December 2016 - 08:20 AM

This sounds like bad install media. Are you using a disk or flash drive for the install? You have a single 1TB drive in the computer? 

 

Just to confirm, when you use diskpart list disk you still see a disk of 931GB, correct? The list volume command only shows your partitions.






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