What evrsion of win7 have you got? have you tried another DVD of win7?If you haven't got anotherone i would reinstall vista or xp, juts to check that you can install that and you don't get a BSOD with that.
I am trying to install Windows 7 64-bit on there. I do not have my old Vista/XP disk anymore so all I have is a Windows 7 CD. I go to school so they supply the disk for free. I tried trading in the disk for a 32-bit disk but i'm still getting errors.
I am not sure but I don't think you can go from vista 32 to W7 64 , I think you have to go 64 to 64 apples to apples not oranges to apples, You may have to do clean install of W7 64 to make it work so back up anything you need to keep on a external drive first or you will lose it.
Thanks for trying to help but I figured it out! Since the listed driver was related to the graphics accelerator on my motherboard I removed my video card out and that fixed everything. Instead of taking 6-7 hours it took less than 30 mins!
For those that might be experiencing this error, remove any non-essential hardware that you may have on your computer. Removing my video card solved the problem I was having! Thanks.