Win 7 Pro - Win 8 Pro - Offers Only "Keep Nothing Option"
And would the recovery partition serve any purpose after upgrade? Any ideas or workarounds? and will deploy them as time allows. Reply With Quote 2015-09-10,14:07 #12 BruceR View Profile View Forum Posts Super Moderator Join Date Jun 2011 Location New England Posts 5,010 Thanks 185 Thanked 700 Times in 615 Posts Originally
But, I don't see how this approach would deal with the OP's "non standard customization of Win 7"--assuming that is his problem. Get the same msg. Login or register to post comments Jim Taylor on Dec 26, 2012 I am trying to install Win 8 64 on a new drive, not the one which has Win 7, Can I do a clean install of Windows 10 from a system with a genuine version of Windows 7 (with Service Pack 1) or Windows 8 (with Windows 8.1 Update) installed?
then gradually migrate my previous "STUFF" as I need them later? Windows 8 upgrade. aeolisio07-29-2015, 04:32 PMI just followed the guide on the first step, and Windows Update is now downloading 10. Good thing about 17" Laptops is they usually have room for a 2nd hard drive.
All properly licensed Windows 7 and 8.1 machines are eligible for the free upgrade until 29 July 2016. One (personal) comment on the Windows 8 Desktop: Metro is all about Apps… I think the Desktop should evolve to be all about Documents… dusting off the (old!) original OLE proposal i have a drive i would like to install it on: When it comes time to do the upgrade, i'm not sure what option i want to check: i'm concerned that: When I try to load SP1 I get the following error message 2b3 .If I want to upgrade to windows 8 , do I need to upgrade to Vista SP1 also
Starting to smack my head against the wall. That way, if something goes wrong during the installation, you can always restore your machine from that backup to the state it was in prior to the attempt. Previously, I installed windows upgrade manager on my windows xp machine and created a USB media to do a fresh install on a new SSD. These options are: See what was transferred When you click on this option, Windows Easy Transfer will display a report of all the data and items that were transferred to your
Then click on the Next button. whoohoo. A. Has this been considered as well?
Register Now Can I upgrade from Windows XP to Windows 8? The Windows 7 setup was clean installed in Audit mode (following Kari's excellent tutorial) with the C:\Users folder relocated to D:\Users with the various user documents folders (Pictures, Music etc.) relocated But from what I can see—after an admittedly short examination—Microsoft has done the right thing this time around. Q.
It's something I'm struggling with. I'm thinking I'll have to do a boot able USB and try that way. If not i recommend it.
Please let me know if you are given the option to download an ISO for later install when utilizing the Windows 8 39.99 upgrade deal.
So, if it is way to steer you in the Windows 8 camp, I don’t see why Microsoft should be concerned, even if it is not totally legit! In this tutorial we will go over how to move your Internet Explorer favorites from one computer to another in a simple and easy to understand manner so that you have Devanshu April 20, 2013 9:04 AM Nothing appears in the setup window after it asks to what to keep. It has performed flawlessly and been rock steady throughout.
Full specs: OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium, Service Pack 1, 32 bit Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5 CPU M 430 @ 2.27GHz, x64 Family 6 Model 37 Stepping 2 Processor Thanks Use the tool in step 3 to upgrade instead aeolisio07-29-2015, 11:56 [email protected] - Thanks for your post. Is your article assuming that everyone is doing fresh install on HDD>? And then clean install Win10 on the fresh drive?
Can anyone suggest a solution OR a valid workaround which will preserve the customised folder locations, apps, settings and personal files during the upgrade from Windows 7 Pro to Windows 8 After "retiring" in 2001, Leo started Ask Leo! Click on the An external hard disk or USB flash drive and you will now go to a screen where Windows will ask you if this is your new or old