|More than likely you have a hardware issue. What prompted you to attempt the repair in the 1st place? If you do a google search, there are plenty of hits regarding the install hanging at either 32 min or 34 min due to hardware problems. You didn't list any specs or state whether it's a laptop or desktop, but try removing, unplugging, or disabling anything that's unnecessary for the basic installation.|
For example, unplug any printers or external devices other than the mouse or keyboard. If you have desktop, temporarily remove any add-on cards such as wireless or sound. If you have a graphics card & onboard video is available, remove the card & switch the monitor cable to the onboard port. You can also enter the BIOS & temporarily disable the onboard sound, network, wireless, etc.
Another possibility is bad RAM. If it's never been tested, create a memtest86 CD, boot off it & see if any errors are detected. If there are, remove the defective stick of RAM, then try to install the OS again. Obviosuly I'm assuming you have more than one stick.