Clean Install After Anytime Upgrade?
solved Upgrading to SSD and using free windows 10 upgrade at the same time on clean install? I have several Windows Home Premium Disks here that I purchased for other systems but I am not sure which disk goes with what computer. I gave you a link to a free program. Member Login Remember Me Forgot your password? Source
If anyone can post a step by step procedure I would be very grateful. I might just have to try it and see > what happens. I am posting about a MS application or contact where you can retrieve your anytime upgrade key.
However, my license is really an upgrade one.I found a website with the information you just provided and plan on testing this tonight. Why are random walks intercorrelated? Clean Install From Upgrade Vista http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials...one.html?ltr=A (for both Seven and Vista) Last edited by richc46; 11 May 2011 at 06:50. You can use ANY disc to do the install but need a >product key that matches that product.
Is >> this something that can be done with a call to MS when I try to >> activate or some other way? I plan on doing this because I >want to have a fresh install on the SSDs I am now using to be sure I >have them all aligned properly. > > I do have a clone of every system I have so it would only cost me time. http://windowssecrets.com/forums/showthread.php/140595-Does-Windows-7-Anytime-Upgrade-allow-full-clean-install I will have to wait until tomorrow as it's way past my >>bed time. >> >>Thanks again Ken. >>regards. >> >>Al. >I used this program, http://www.magicaljellybean.com/ and it found the >anytime
This page describes how to choose your version at install time: http://www.askvg.com/how-to-choose-desired-windows-7-edition-version-during-setup/ Once you've fixed your iso image your Ultimate key will be accepted. http://recover-keys.com/en/order.html Now that second link looks very interesting but I will have to read it a few more times and try it and see what happens. If there is any problem, the rep will try to activate for you, if it is allowed. If it doesn't matter what >>>>>key I use then I am all set for all three systems.
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- If it does I will >have to try both keys to see which one works for which install.
- It isn't a matter of "which disk goes with what computer".
- These volume installs are pre-validated (the >>jobber doesn't have to validate and neither does the customer) but it's >>a special license the jobber buys to do their system builds.
- I need to know if others have used it and it is legit.
Not the answer you're looking for? https://www.w7forums.com/threads/reinstalling-windows-7-w-anytime-upgrade.14407/ If you bought a dozen separate licenses and had a dozen COA stickers, you can take any of the dozen CDs to do a reinstall on those hosts. Sep 15, 2008 Reformat and reinstall Apr 4, 2010 Windows 7 64-bit Anytime Upgrade (Home Premium to Professional) Jun 23, 2010 Microsoft prices Windows 7 Family Pack, Anytime Upgrade Jul 31, The key reflects the product installed.
You have 12 retail >packages of Windows 7. this contact form You really can't screw anything up other than entering your key, remember, to do an install with the upgrade disk you don't use your key the first time. If you bought a dozen separate >licenses and had a dozen COA stickers, you can take any of the dozen CDs >to do a reinstall on those hosts. Since it is an *upgrade*, you'll have to install the base version upon which the upgrade applies. > I need to have the key available that will install Ultimate.
Sort a string, sort of Adding elements in subsets of components of lists I'm designing a no-data USB cable : How should the end be marked? Second, after the reinstall is complete will I have the necessary drivers? If it does I will >>>>>have to try both keys to see which one works for which install. >>>> >>>>I am not sure but, wrong key might screw up another machines have a peek here I have never gone through this process >>>with Win7 although I have done it with WinXP Pro several times. >>> >>> I have several Windows Home Premium Disks here that I
This integral is divergent. http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/products/windows-anytime-upgrade Since you already have Windows 7 Home Edition installed, the article says "follow the instructions that came with your upgrade key." You need to apply the new product key to Allen Drake, Mar 26, 2012 #8 Ken1943 Guest On Sun, 25 Mar 2012 21:30:41 -0400, Allen Drake <> wrote: >On Sun, 25 Mar 2012 18:24:41 -0600, Ken1943 <> wrote: > >>On
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Why would anyone pay if > it was all for free? > > I hesitate to use something that might end up being spyware or > malware. ZentharJul 7, 2011, 2:05 AM Just to add to the discussion, I'm not even sure an "Anytime Upgrade" key can be used to do a clean install. The anytime upgrade from vista to 7 can make the OS slower. HTH Dominique, Mar 26, 2012 #20 Advertisements Show Ignored Content Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next > Want to reply to this thread or ask your own question?
Your cache administrator is webmaster. Entered it and got home >>premium back. >> >>Hope you have the email with the key. >> >> >>KenW > >I just found some emails that I have on a laptop The disc >doesn't have the product key embedded within it for validation against >what you enter. Check This Out This question is important to me because of my location.
Use the product key on the COA sticker. > Is this something that can be done with a call to MS when I try to > activate or some other way? The laptop came with Vista preinstalled and the individual I bought the computer from told me that the upgrade disc was all I needed to reinstall...