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I've been trying to install Vista 64bit onto my new, homebuilt computer but have been getting issues with the install. I have finally gotten the Windows to install on the hard drive (150gb WD Raptor) but now every time I boot it acts like no install, and requires that go through the Repair Windows function, only to say that the auto repair cannot fix it. Any thoughts, suggestions? I also have a Seagate hard drive (SATA), would I be more successful installing to that? The motherboard I am installing on is EVGA 750i FTW, and I am running 4gb of RAM. I have read that removing a stick of RAM helps with the install, and will try that tomorrow.

Thanks for your time,

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