It generally means the installer can’t work with a file it needs. If you are installing Linux, the partition needs to be formatted in the Ext4 format. 8 Set your Linux options. If you suspect that the User Account Control feature is causing your problem, you can temporarily disable it until after the installation is complete. I can access system recovery options with win7 cd/dvd. *Tried windows 7 64 bit cd - won't repair computer in the system recovery options: no operating system is displayed *won't let http://nexwarecorp.com/windows-10/hard-disk-not-detected-in-windows-7-installation.html
If you are installing Windows, you will need to choose which hard drive partition you want to install it on. Be sure to backup everything before you do this unless you are upgrading. The operating system will not be able to function without the presence of hal.dll. Press the power button and hold down the Shift key.