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Installing win7


Madrat

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Is win 7 the same as XP, as long as I have a genuine code and disk will do?

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buteman

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You could try running this.

http://windows.microsoft.com/upgradeadvisor

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Madrat

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Thanks but that docent help, I need to install win 7 on a PC that did run win 7, I have a code but no disk. If I borrow a disk but use my code will this work? It dose in XP just wondered if it did in win 7

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robin_x

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Digital River legal link

English (USA) about halfway down.

Use Imgburn for the iso.

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lotvic

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Yes it will work.

You can d/load and burn your own DVD. W7.iso ClickHere Official download links, scroll down to the English(usa) version and get the SP1 U (media refresh) one as that already has SP1 on so you don't have as much updating to do.

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Madrat

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Great thank, or I could just borrow my neighbours win 7 disk and make a copy?

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gengiscant

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Yes you could.

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Madrat

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Excelant. Thanks everyone.

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