I'm having troubles installing Windows 7. I've created a 25 GB partition on my D: drive and attempted to install the operating system on the partition. After it reboots and says "Expanding Files (27%)", my system starts to make a weird rhythmic clicking sound. It sounds like it's coming from the processor or motherboard. (I could be wrong) After a few minutes of clicking, an error message pops up saying "One or more required file(s) are missing and could not be completed" or something along those lines. So, my machine reboots and it goes into this phase where it is rolling back everything installed. (This never stops, I let it run for about an hour. The first time I tried to install it, it actually finished rolling back) The first time I just extracted the Win7 ISO and ran Setup.exe. But, after failing, I burnt it to a DVD using PowerISO. Whenever I try to load up GParted in my Ubuntu LiveCD, it never loads. It's stuck saying "Scanning disks". So, I cannot delete the partition. The ISO worked perfectly fine in VirtualBox, so I cannot understand why it isn't working natively. Thanks in advance.