Klang Hin Leong Tyre Car Service Experience

My car almost 5 years old, it is the time to change my car tyre. This was the second time I changed my car another 2 tyres. The first time I did was 3 years ago. I shouldn’t change the tyres so fast that time.. well… lesson learnt.

This time I was changed for safety purpose reason. I read one of the article said that the tyre should be replaced either around 5 years or 60,000 – 70,000KM.

I was planned to change my tyre on last Saturday (23 Aug 2014, 12:30PM). The shop I choose is Klang Hin Leong Tyre. This shop is famous with cheap and quality tyre seller (The owner order the tyre in container quantity). You have to be patient when you reached the shop. First you will not sure who to talk to? Everyone is very busy and no one will be entertain you. If you just stand there, I guess you wait for 2 hours also no body will say Hi to you. The best way is go and approach those with Uniform or go to counter cashier tell them what you want.

Please bring Cash along for the transaction, if not 2% will be charge for Credit Card transaction. The shop nearby have one CIMB Bank if you need some cash. 

I ordered Michelin XM2 Green X Energy 185/60R14, each tyre cost RM175. Alignment cost RM15 and lastly they give me FOC Nitrogen Gas which is Cost RM10. I do ask them if I want to pump normal Air inside will it have any affect on the tyre. Their answer is No. Of course after I did some research on it. The answer also No.

Order Form
Order Form
Bye Bye my old tyre, they are not accept any trade in. They only help you settle it...
Bye Bye my old tyre, they are not accept any trade in. They only help you settle it…
While Inserting Nitrogen Gas to my new tyre
While Inserting Nitrogen Gas to my new tyre
Michelin 185/60R14. Manufacture Date: 2314 (23 weeks of 2014)
Michelin 185/60R14. Manufacture Date: 2314 (23 weeks of 2014)
Some Warning Notice, don't leave your expensive things inside your car.
Some Warning Notice, don’t leave your expensive things inside your car.

After they had replace my new tyres. I was in the queue for doing alignment. There has a rest room in their shop. Inside the Rest Room (NOT TOILET), got many high class RIM with ‘good price’. However, what capture my attention is not the RIM, it is the WiFi password~ LOL…

WiFi in Hin Leng
WiFi in Hin Leng

However… this is the bad news…

No WiFi SSID Found...
No WiFi SSID Found…

After lepak for around 20-30 minutes, I walked back see what is the status for my car. Thank God it is on the queue for doing the alignment.

This is how the Saga BLM Bottom look like.
This is how the Saga BLM Bottom look like.
Tyre Alignment adjustment....
Tyre Alignment adjustment….

After the alignment adjustment, the worker will test drive one round for make sure the alignment and tyre is will installed.

Lastly, this is the official receipt.

Official Receipt
Official Receipt

Total time take about 2 hours. That day not many customer in the shop, but it is about lunch time.




PJ City Bus with WIFI Provider

I was driving on the way to church last week. I found out that our PJ City provide WiFi Connection inside the bus. I am not sure how good is it for the connection, but definitely there is some improvement they are making for the city for more better life 😀


WiFi SSID showed in the Phone.

PJ City Bus with WiFi


They are giving FREE BUS SERVICES!!! I am not sure where the Bus can go?

PJ City Bus with WiFi


Oh yeah! Free WiFi there!

cannot install Windows 7 from USB error “setup was unable to create a new system partition”

I was trying install Windows 7 SP1 from USB. After booting from the USB Drive, I able to see the HDD from the installation screen. (As Below)


Setup was unable to create a new system partition or locate an existing system partition. See the Setup log files for more information.


I was trying go into BIOS Change the HDD Type from IDE to ACHI, but still having the same problem. I even try put in another HDD for the installation the problem still exist…

Once I was suspect it might be the installation in USB has corrupted. I tried to redo again, but still fail.

Now I slowly research on this matter. I found that a lot of people also having this issue.


1. Rebuild the USB – Windows Installer – FAILED


1. Change another HDD – FAILED


3. Change the BOOT Priority – FAILED


1. Use command prompt make the Drive and Partition ACTIVE – FAILED

At the installation Main Screen, press Shift + F10. You will prompted a command prompt.

I tried:

>list disk
>select disk 0
>select partition 0




1. REMOVE ALL THE USB DEVICE, I got one Multi-Reader (For MicroSD), I even remove USB Mouse, only leave keyboard for solo for doing the installation. TATA! Finally it able to proceed the installation! Thank God! – PASSED!

I found the solution in this page. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-windows_install/cannot-install-windows-7-from-usb-error-setup-was/4b3c0430-9e41-47f6-b1cd-aed55fea7dad


The idea for removing all the USB Device is from this answer:

It appears that the root cause of this issue is that the Windows setup is identifying a primary drive as being the target (ideal) location to install windows.  I had this same issue under different circumstances.  I was trying to install Windows 7 Ultimate on a standalone SATA drive connected to a ASUS P8Z77-V motherboard. The SATA Hard Drive was the only HHD plugged into a SATA port, however I had a RevoDrive 3 x 2 installed in a PCIe slot.  I continued to receive the same error message and kept changing ATA configurations, ect.  After reading this article I tweaked the boot priority in my BIOS to utilize the SATA drive as the first drive in the boot priority (right after my optical drives).  The result of the changed allowed the windows to install to complete on my SATA HHD.  I hope this helps.

Hence, the conclusion is remove all those unnecessary drive, just leave your PC with one HDD and one USB (Installation ONLY). KEEP IT SIMPLE AND STUPID (KISS)!