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    Windows 7 Installation message autocheck program not found - skipping autocheck / and blue screen

    I can not install windows 7, I always get the message that autocheck program not found - skipping autocheck / and blue screen. Previously I was using Vista with no problems. Thank you
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    Re: Windows 7 Installation message autocheck program not found - skipping autocheck / and blue screen

    This may be due to a hidden partition.
    Can you restore partition of your pc?
    How do you try to install Windows 7?
    In boot from the DVD or Vista?
    You can install Vista from Windows 7 if you installed on another partition, and if they are both 32-bit (or two 64-bit).
    Otherwise, wait for the Release Candidate version due out in April according to the latest rumors.

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    Re: Windows 7 Installation message autocheck program not found - skipping autocheck / and blue screen

    I was having the same problem on Windows Vista, wonder if this will work on Windows 7 or not.

    After installing Ad-Aware 2007, the next reboot showed a brief error message: "lsdelete program not found - skipping AUTOCHECK. To slove this issue, follow the instructions below.

    1) Uninstall Ad-Aware 2007 from your system in the Control Panel - "Programs and Features".
    2) Delete any program files with "Lavasoft" as the title
    3) Perform a registry edit, searching for any entries with "lavasoft" as a keyword.
    4) Find your autocheck entry in the registry, usually by searching for "lsdelete" - delete only the autocheck lsdelete words - TOUCH NOTHING ELSE!
    5) Reboot your computer.

    To be sure, remember to save your registry before modifying it.

    I like to perform a registry clean after the modifications to hopefully rid my system of anything that may cause problems during the final reboot.

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    Re: Windows 7 Installation message autocheck program not found - skipping autocheck / and blue screen

    Solution:

    Perform the following steps:

    1. Boot with the BootIt NG installation media.

    2. Select the option to Reactivate BootIt NG on the Floppy Boot Menu that appears.

    3. Reboot, and reselect the boot item you created for this Windows installation.
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    Re: Windows 7 Installation message autocheck program not found - skipping autocheck / and blue screen

    I solved the problem by changing the hard drive
    I formatted with windows 7 for a system partition during the install from a DVD
    I have no real explanation, but probably a partition that I have not found.
    Windows 7 will work well and correctly.
    Thank you for your answer
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