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HELP! Upgrading to Windows 10 from Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit. ERROR: 8007025D-2000C WINDOWS 10 CANNOT BE INSTALLED!!!

Q: HELP! Upgrading to Windows 10 from Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit. ERROR: 8007025D-2000C WINDOWS 10 CANNOT BE INSTALLED!!!

Only 9 days to go before the upgrade is no longer available and i need some help please. It looks like the windows 10 was able to download, but not able to install but i don't know.??

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Preferred Solution: HELP! Upgrading to Windows 10 from Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit. ERROR: 8007025D-2000C WINDOWS 10 CANNOT BE INSTALLED!!!

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My Dell Inspiron 13Z laptop is showing an error message "Error(s) found: 8007025D-2000c Window update encountered an unknown error" while downloading window10 update. The Laptop is fully compatible as per window10 PC check. Dell site says that this series of laptop is not tested for window 10 upgrade.

Would be obliged if somebody tells me whether I should go for the upgrade and if yes how to solve the error indicated.

Thanks in advance.

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I currently have Windows Vista Home premium installed on my computer and need to upgrade to windows 7.
I understand I will  have to purchase it, that is fine, it has been suggested to look on amazon, etc. I just want to make sure of a product code or ID number specifically before i make any purchase.

As I said i currently have windows vista sp2, build 6002, and am wanting to upgrade to windows 7 sp1.

please advise.

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As the title suggests, I want to upgrade to my machine to Windows 64 bit doing a clean install. I was wondering though, since I have two physical drives installed, (one for the os and the other for media) will it just erase the contents of the drive I install it on or will it erase the contents of both drives? Thanks for any help on this.
 

A:Solved: Upgrading from Windows Vista 32 bit Home Premium to Windows Ultimate 64 bit

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I have an acer aspirex3200 desktop which is running windows vista home premium service pack 2 its a tripple core processor with 4gigs of memory with option to go to 8 gigs of memory, it has a 360gig hard drive , it has a 8400 AMD processor. the problem is when installing windows 7 home premium or windows 7 ultimate it begins to install as if everything will work until it come to point where it cannot not read a file or something on my motherboard at that point it dosen't installing. will some body help me ASAP.

thanks
sultangiver

A:having problems upgrading from vista to windows 7 home premium or windows 7 ultimate

Are you selecting the Custom Install option or the Upgrade option? Also, is your current OS (Vista) 32bit or 64bit? What service pack do you have? You will need to know this. To check, simply right click on Computer, and click properties and you can find out there.

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I received a notification that I could upgrade to Windows 10 for free. I completed the download and started the installation.

Then I was prompted for my Windows Anytime Upgrade key. The only key that I can find is the product key which did not work. So my question is where do I find the Windows Anytime Upgrade key?

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So recently I picked up an Elgato Game capture HD, to find out that the software required to use it only runs on Windows 7 & 8. I have Windows Vista Home Premium...

... I was wondering if there is a (legal) way of upgrading to Windows 7 or 8 for free? I read online (2009 article) that you can upgrade using the SIN code on the bottom right hand side of your computer.

I think it's about time that I upgrade haha.

If it helps, my computer is an Acer.

If anyone can help, I'd really, REALLY appreciate it!

-Faulk

A:HELP!: Upgrading Windows Vista Home Premium to ANY Windows 7/8

Welcome
I will give you a definitive answer. There is no way to legally upgrade to Windows 7 or 8 for free.
You can get 7 for a pretty good price, since 8 has alreay been released.
I have Seven and it is awesome.

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I would like to upgrade my current system to Ultimate not sure what problems I may encounter.
Current version is Win7 64 bit Home Premium with all updates current.
I have a retail version of Win7 Ultimate but it doesn't indicate if it is with sp1.

Is it possible to upgrade without having to re-install programs etc?
What issue might I have?

Thanks in advance,

A:Upgrading from Windows 7 Home premium to Windows 7 Ultimate

Type Anytime in Start Search box, insert the Ultimate retail key and in minutes it should unlock the extra features. http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/w...nytime-upgrade

Backup your files and a Win7 backup image of Home Premium in case you want to go back: Backup Complete Computer - Create an Image Backup

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I'm purchasing a Windows 7 Home Premium 64 machine that I want to upgrade to Pro to be able to use the virtual & XP mode features on. I have quite a bit of 16 bit installer programs that appear to run okay on Windows 7 32 bit but not Windows 7 64 bit. Has anyone done an upgrade from 64 bit to 32 bit? I can purchase the upgrade directly from MS and am thinking about it.

Interesting read here on similar stuff from 2 yrs ago.

Is Windows 7 able to run 16 bit installers under XP mode? - Microsoft Answers

TIA

A:Upgrading Windows 7 Home Premium to Windows 7 Professional

  
Quote: Originally Posted by cover


I'm purchasing a Windows 7 Home Premium 64 machine that I want to upgrade to Pro to be able to use the virtual & XP mode features on. I have quite a bit of 16 bit installer programs that appear to run okay on Windows 7 32 bit but not Windows 7 64 bit. Has anyone done an upgrade from 64 bit to 32 bit? I can purchase the upgrade directly from MS and am thinking about it.

Interesting read here on similar stuff from 2 yrs ago.

Is Windows 7 able to run 16 bit installers under XP mode? - Microsoft Answers

TIA


Use virtual pc: since you have Home Premium you can't use the new one but the old one works fine:Download: Virtual PC 2007 - Microsoft Download Center - Download Details

Install XP in this VPC and enjoy ;p your programs will run fine

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Hi There
After many hard and worried days of a continuous File Explorer crashing saga, I was at last able to install W10 from the ISO DVD I had. However, I did not get the freedom to do it straight away.

The laptop originally came with W7 Home Premium and then 8.1 was purchased and installed over it. So, with no where to go to resolve the File Explorer crashing issue, I had decided to install W10 finally taking advice from Steve. But it was not possible
as the Laptop simply did not allow it stopping the process at the Product Key stage. MS already had the W10 'activated' though.  

I found W8.1 upgrade just a bare-bone stuff to lay over the W7. If individually installed, the W8.1 did not work as a full OS.

Therefore, I installed W7 in this 'crashed environment', and then W10 yesterday (Sunday, the 28th) following.
Now, I wanted to do a Back-up & Restore set up. But what I see in the System & Security is all that I used to see in W7. For example Backup & Restore has this: (Windows 7) whereas, it was a different display under W10 when originally installed
not mentioning W7 or 8 at all.
So, please advise, how do I get rid of this W7 shadow. Thanks. 

Konnan Ramu

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dear all .. I have ony vaio E series i5.... provided with the WINDOWS 7 HOME PREMIUM (64 bit)
Well I am not satisfie dwith the performance. Can I UPGRADE it TO Windows 7 Ultimate.

A:windows 7 home premium 64 bit ??? UPGRADING

There will be no difference upgrading.

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i recently got windows vista home premium and decided to upgrade my windows xp home edition SP3. It was going great until it needed to complete the upgrade. Up ntil 64% all was well. But once it hit 64% for awhile the computer shut down. After it shut down on its own i rebooted it and it said "upgrade unsuccessful. restoring your previous windows and settings. Do not turn off or restart your computer." I really want to know how to install it without any problems and i need help. Anything will be good and appreciated!
I have a Compaq Presario C301NR whit 2gigs of ram and 320gig HD. I still have the disc and everything and the computer was not harmed. After it shut down on its own
 

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I was running HP Home Premium 64bit and it became corrupted.
Instead of FORMATTING and Recovery and back to Home Premium, I decided to UPGRADE to ULTIMATE. The upgrade fixed the problems and I did not lose my Data. But a couple of boots later, something changed my C:/ drive designation to D:/ and nothing would boot.
So, I UPGRADED again to Ultimate and everything seems to work now but when it BOOTS, It asks if I want to use OS:

1. windows 7 ("Ultimate" word is missing but it seems OK and loads and works OK)
2. Windows 7 Home Premium (which of course hangs as it is now folder WNDOWS.old and WINDOWS.old.000)

What concerns me now is if I dont REMOVE WINDOWS.old and 000, somehow it will screw it up again and make my Ultimate OS drive D:/ again.

My C:/ drive is still all i have as HD so is really not a real Dual boot??? Everything is on C:/

Yahoo/Google only find fixes for DUAL boot and they are for XP, etc. Can not find how to get rid of the "Home Premium" choice

1. Anyone know how to CLEAN UP and Remove the Home Premium as a OS option? So if I dont catch the timer, it will not try to boot to Home Premium? (maybe OK as is second choice) but......

2. Microsoft says you can not use the "Windows.old" but does not say why it saved it and what it is for? Can I simply DELETE the Windows.old and old.000 as regular folders?

A:Upgrading Windows 7 OS from HOME PREMIUM to ULTIMATE

Windows.old contains your personal data from a previous install, eg, Home Premium. If all of your data is there in Ultimate, delete the old folder. Open Computer, right click the C drive/properties/ disk clean up. Tick (check) all options, OK, OK.

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Right now I'm trying to upgrade my computer to make full use of all 32 GB of ram I have. I am running windows 7 home premium 32 bit, and I'm trying to upgrade to professional 64 bit. I burned the .iso file onto a DVD-R disk(I don't think this is the problem), but when I boot from it it says device drivers are missing and I should install the drivers. It always comes to the same screen, and I can't get past it. I've tried putting all the driver disks I know of in it, but it doesn't find any. I have tried everything from messing with the SATA bios settings to updating the bios to re-burning the iso file, but nothing works. Is this because I'm trying to install professional after having home premium? Is there some way I can avoid this problem without buying anything? Do I have to do a windows anytime upgrade to professional and then do it? I am really confused right now and I don't know what to do. I've been trying this for two weeks and it still doesn't work.

Thanks in advance

A:HELP! windows not upgrading from home premium x32 to professional x64!

Welcome to Windows Seven Forums.

Are you actually trying to do an upgrade from 32 bit to 64 bit. You can't do an upgrade as such, you have to do a complete reinstall. So that means you will lose all data on your hard drive, so you should make sure you have a back up of all your private files. You will also have to reinstall any other software programs you currently use, so you need to make sure you have their activation codes on hand.

Check out this tutorial for how to install Windows 7.

Clean Install Windows 7

You will also need to have an activation key for Windows Professional x64.

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I have a quick question. I installed a retail copy of Windows 7 Home Premium on my desktop a while back. I recently purchase a copy of Windows 7 Professional (from Digital River). I want to use my Home Premium license to put on my netbook which is currently running XP.

Anyway, I would like to upgrade the desktop without losing any data. Can I use my key that I received from Digital River to do the Anytime Upgrade? Is there any downside to doing it that way?

Next, when I go to install Home Premium on my netbook, will it activate without me having to call in?

A:Upgrading Windows 7 Home Premium to Professional

yes to first question
Windows Anytime Upgrade - Windows 7 - Microsoft Windows

you might have to call ms to active home premium on netbook, however, you might be fortunate and not need to call. Phone activation is done through automated system.

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I had enough problems to realize that it just wasn't worth the headaches and I missed my DVD Drive.  Within a few days I uninstalled it, happily reverting back to Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit . Of course, in the process I lost drivers which I've been
able to rectify over a long, 36 months of agony but every day find a new problem.  Now in addition to WiFiMiniport missing warnings I found out why none of my devices are being discovered by my main PC-  Blue-tooth drivers- anything Bluetooth- was
gone, missing, MIA from PC verbiage. Or so I ghought. Weirdly, I can *find* my 2nd PC downstairs but cannot access it bc I've completely forgotten the unrecoverable Network Password for that particular machine a 2009 Sony which is running Windows 10 - but
barely. 
I found a ver helpful website which helped me to understand some of the issues with Bluetooth, how to get it restarted and start automatically vs. manually.  I shut down, restarted PC but still no Bluetooth In Devices & Printers nor in Device Management

Last Month I lost ability to download banking into Quicken because Quicken went missing. Completely inaccessible files tho I could see them.   
And Verizon gave AOL the wrong account information when the "migration" of email took place, so I no longer have any email coming into my Outlook accounts - 2003 to present, I cannot get my email from the main accounts- only 1 sub account. It makes
no sense and AOL w... Read more

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In case anyone is running into issues trying to upgrade Windows 7 Home Premium to Ultimate, I did the following things and got it to work. I ran into the "Can't upgrade. Need clean install" issue, and the "you have a later version" issue.

1. Changed the two registry keys in

Hkey Local Machine\Software\Microsoft\WindowsNT\CurrentVersion\

Changed

Edition ID to "Enterprise"
Product Name to "Windows 7 Enterprise"
2. Browsed the Windows 7 Ultimate CD directory, found the Setup.exe file, right mouse clicked it, selected "properties", and told 7 that I wanted to run this file in Vista Version 2.

Then ran setup from Windows 7 Home Premium.

Worked great.

You obviously need an upgrade license for this to work, but I had just purchased one.

A:Upgrading Windows 7 Home Premium to Ultimate. Can be done.

Interesting!!!

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Hi Everyone,

This is my first post here and I am hoping that someone will be able to help me. I have a HP HDX9250EA laptop I am upgrading my laptop following so many issues with Windows Vista Home Premium. When I start the Windows 7 ugrade process it starts without any problems and then fails as it comes up with the following (I am trying to upgrade from Windows Vista Home Premium to Windows 7 Home Premium):-

Upgrading will affect the following devices and/or programs:

These devices might not work properly after the upgrade. Before upgrading, we recommend updating the drivers for these devices. Cancel the upgrade, open Control Panel and search for "update device drivers", or go to the device manufacturer's website to search for updated drivers.
Human Interface Devices: HP Quick Launch Buttons
Storage controllers: ADZMVBKX IDE Controller
Mobile devices: HTC USB Sync
These programs might not work properly after the upgrade. We recommend uninstalling these programs before upgrading. Cancel the upgrade, open Control Panel, and search for "uninstall a program". (Note: Programs marked as * can be safely reinstalled after the upgrade.)
HP Quick Launch Buttons
I have searched everywhere for the Storage Controller, I have no idea what storage controller this is as I can not find the ADZMVBKX IDE Controller listed on my PC anywhere.

I thought it might be something to do with PowerISO as this creates a virtual drive, however I have removed this from my s... Read more

A:Help Upgrading my HP HDX9250EA to windows 7 Home Premium 32 bit - Driv

1. I suggest you run the Windows7 Upgrade Advisor. That may shed some more light on the problem.
2. You should do a Clean Windows7 install. Upgrade installs are always problematic.

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I have a PC running Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit). It is owned by my wife and has encountered numerous problems over the past few months:
? Adobe Acrobat X Pro stopped working and it was impossible to reinstall. (My wife doesn?t recall the error, but we tried Adobe uninstallers, etc to no avail.) She was not able to install Adobe Reader and had to settle for a 3rd party PDF reader.
? When Norton Internet Security 2011 ran out, the Norton Internet Security 2012 nor the Norton 360 would install
? When I try to access the Printers through Control Panel, it keeps trying to build up the printer list for hours (and never succeeds.)
? I tried to download some Garmin maps but they would not install

Obviously, we have some serious software conflicts or registry issues. I know I could format the drive (or replace it), but I would love to save the time, if possible.

If I bought Windows 7 Pro (64-bit) upgrade, do you think my problems could be solved or would they likely be passed on to the new OS? (I believe the OS was pre-installed on the purchased PC, so I don?t have a CD to do a repair. There may be a Restore CD, but that will wipe out everything, too.)

A:Will upgrading my Windows 7 Home Premium eliminate OS errors?

You shouldn't need to buy anything, assuming you have the Windows 7 Home Premium Product Key for your wife's PC. And maybe even if you don't have it.

It should be on the bottom of the PC or maybe in a battery compartment. It's 25 characters in this format: xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx.

If you have that key, you can download an ISO of Windows 7 Home Premium, burn it to a disc, install from the disc, and activate with the Product Key you already have.

Got the Product Key?

Another choice: I assume it is a PC by a major outfit such as HP or Acer. If so, it should have a "recovery partition" that will let you restore to factory specifications.

Which do you prefer: clean reinstall with Product Key or restore to factory specs via recovery partition?

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just installed Windows 7 Home Premium on my HP mini 110 and i have office and everything on it it came with starter im just wondering what can i do to get the most out of my netbook its been upgraded to 2 Gb of ram i plan to use it for school so my question i guess is how can i increase the battery life as much as it possibly can... it used to go for days on starter from what im told... go eaisy on me i havent reailly posted on here before

Thanks in advanced!

~Cameron

A:just installed Windows 7 Home Premium on my HP mini 110

Hi there
shouldn't make too much battery difference -- what DOES use a lot of battery is full screen display such as EXCEL / Powerpoint, and lots of HDD accesses.

On a Netbook the CPU won't use a lot of power even when running at 100%.

Incidentally the BEST way of improving performance on a netbook is to up the RAM to 4GB (4GB single modules are cheaply available now -- DDR3 type is probably what is in your netbook) and to use an SSD.

Using an SSD instead of the internal HDD will make a dramatic improvement in performance on a netbook. SSD's are becoming actually affordable now --even for impecunious students !!.

Upping the RAM also has a beneficial side effect -- since more data can be stored in RAM you will have less DISK access -- hence less power drain. RAM itself isn't a huge consumer of battery power.

Switch also to Power saving mode in Windows in the Power plan options (Control Panel) -- chose the option "On Batteries".

I upgraded my Acer Aspire 1 to 4 GB RAM and swapped the HDD for an SSD -- performance is perfectly acceptable - especially for on the Road -. You can also connect it to an external monitor when you are near a power supply if you prefer working with larger screens - but since most of the younger generation are perfectly happy staring into tiny mobile phone screens all day long a netbook should be just fine.

Cheers
jimbo

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If I'm reading the tutoral correctly, I can't install Virtual XP on Home Premium, is that right?

A:Can Virtual XP be installed on Windows 7, 64 bit, HOME PREMIUM?

  
Quote: Originally Posted by ms8miranda


If I'm reading the tutoral correctly, I can't install Virtual XP on Home Premium, is that right?


Yes, Lol XP Mode on Windows 7 Home Premium - YouTube

But you will need to activate it (Activation crack link in discription on video is broken) well that's good because I may not link to crack files (You will need to use a key for XP or search a ***** yourself)

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What happened?Windows 10 free upgrade lead to sleep, hibernation and overheating issues on the laptopInternal HDD was formatted including the recovery partitionUnable to get Recovery Media as HP support USA will not ship outside USA. Also, HP Support USA mentioned the Recovery Media is not available for Ordering.After providing the Activation Key on the Windows 7 Sticker within the laptop's battery compartment, Windows software download link - https://www.microsoft.com/en-in/software-download/windows7 - asks to contact laptop manufacturer for software What I want to do?I want to restore the Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit that came pre-installed on the Notebook PC.I don't require the HP supporting softwares that came pre-installed on the Notebook PC. My laptop is already out of support warranty   

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I purchased a new notebook with Windows 7 in October. During the first weeks I uninstalled McAfee and replaced the harddrive. Since November Windows Update fails with error messages and defender does not start anymore. I made several virus scans (complete) with multiple antivirus programs but nothing showed up.Since it took my days to install various software, I do not want to re-install W7. I also have no good backup that I could restore. I am really surprised that there is not even a single entry regarding the error code in the Microsoft Knowledge base or elsewhere.I really would appreciate help. 

A:Windows Update does not work, Windows Standalone Update Installer stops with error 0xc8000247 (Windows 7 Home Premium on Acer Aspire 1810TZ notebook)

 
Got it !!!!
If You are using notebooks with with hard drive larger than 700 GB you probably should update Intel Rapid Storage Technology Driver.
Here is solution :
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c02219204&cc=nl&lc=en&dlc=en&product
Download and install it.

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Hi,

For a while I have been having problems updating Windows 7 Home Premium x64 using Windows Update, getting the Error Code 80246008 (please ?Error Code 80246008? pic attached).

I decided to investigate this and found this Microsoft page:
Windows Update error 80246008 - Windows Help

Tried to start BITS but got the Error Code 2147024894 (please see ?BITS start error? pic attached)
I then downloaded WindowsUpdateDiagnostic.diagcab and ran it.

Tried first to troubleshoot and repair BITS but also some error messages surfaced (please see ?BITS troubleshooting errors? pic attached)

Then tried to troubleshoot and repair Windows Update but also got error messages (please see ?Windows Update Troubleshooting errors? pic attached)

Yesterday I did also a partial re-installation of the OS (only key files), using the OS image that came pre-installed with the laptop. This did not work. (I did a fresh reinstall of the OS just some 3 weeks ago to get rid of all the little bugs that had accumulated so far, which makes this situation a bit more frustrating).

Since none of these things helped I did what you state on the Windows Update Posting page:
1 ? Ran the SURT from the Desktop and it seemed to install a file. (please see ?Hotfix for Windows message? pic attached). It took about 20 mins or so to do it.
2 ? Did a sfc /scannow from command prompt, logged in as admin. (please see ?sfc scannow check results? pic attached)
3 ? Did a system reboot.
4 ? Tried windows up... Read more

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Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version 1.0.0.2
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate, Service Pack 1, 32 bit
Processor: Pentium(R) Dual-Core CPU E5300 @ 2.60GHz, x64 Family 6 Model 23 Stepping 10
Processor Count: 2
RAM: 2815 Mb
Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce 7050 / NVIDIA nForce 620i, 256 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 715401 MB, Free - 458361 MB;
Motherboard: eMachines, EMCP73VT-PM
Antivirus: Microsoft Security Essentials, Updated and Enabled

**(I also have Malwarebytes Anti Malware )
-FULL VERSION,-BUT FOR SOME REASON IT WILL NOT TURN ON PROTECTION.
UNLESS I need to get it activated again from Malwarebytes since My system was restored????

1) A tech friend RE-INSTALLED my (Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit) with a (32 bit Windows 7 )version. If I am able to re-install (Windows 7- 32 bit) back to it's original (Windows 7 - 64 bit) using my product key on side of computer, would I get the same problems back from when it originally had problems with the original Windows 7 64 bit and original product key on side of computer?
* As of now, I can not do a thing because my Administrator Password Expired. I had to create another Homegroup to enable me to work on it. STILL I CAN NOT DO A THING,
no downloading at all,
no changing settings,nothing.
I Can not update Adobe Flash Player
and probably can not re-install Windows 7- 32 bit back to it's original Windows 7-64 bit because of Expired Administrator Password.

2) How can I RE-INSTALL WHAT I HAVE Windows 7 Home Premium 32... Read more

A:Solved: windows 7 home premium 64 was re-installed with a 32 bit version.how can I re

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I have an Acer Aspire Laptop that I am getting very frustrated with. Any help with this issue would be greatly appreciated. My son had this laptop origianlly and got so frustrated he just stuck in the top of his closet for a few years. Now I'm needing
a computer and he gave me the laptop. I have researched and done so many different things I'm ready to pull my hair out. I decided to make sure everything was backed up and ran the eRecovery Program on here from Acer back to the Factory Default settings. I
have uninstalled the McAfee Security Suite and added VIPRE Antivirus Home. I also uninstalled Bing Bar (I have no use for it), newsXpresso (no use for it), Norton Online Backup, Times Reader. I tried to do a manual update for Windows and I'm still getting
that error code. Please help.

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when i got to look at device manager there is a driver missing called network controller, ive tried to update it and its not working here is the hardware id

PCI\VEN_14E4&DEV_4727&SUBSYS_7179144F&REV_01
PCI\VEN_14E4&DEV_4727&SUBSYS_7179144F
PCI\VEN_14E4&DEV_4727&CC_028000
PCI\VEN_14E4&DEV_4727&CC_0280


any help would be appreacted

i have a samsung r540

A:re installed windows 7 home premium sp1 and wireless wont work

There are all the drivers on Samsung website, which you need to download;

R540-JA04 Notebook | Samsung NP-R540-JA04

Should you have any other issue after installing the drivers.
You could post here for others to assist you further.

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Hi! my laptop recently erased all of its windows 7 files, I took it too geeksquad and they explained to me that I needed to get the operating system disk and I could install it and everything would be okay. I installed everything properly I thought, but when i tried to install all of my updates again I got that I was very low on space and i couldn't install the updates. I know I have well over enough space on my laptop, I tried to restore to factory settings and that didn't work, and the previous version of windows 7 is still on the computer which is useless. If anyone can help me I will greatly apreciate it. Thanks

Its A Dell Insprion 1440. I would include a picture but it wouldn't let me save it.

A:Re-Installed windows 7 home premium, now RECOVERY(C:) drive is full.

It seems that you accidentally installed windows 7 onto your Recovery partition. While not ideal this can be remedied. You could attempt to install Windows again, but this time, delete all partitions and create a new one with the unallocated space and install again. It should be possible to delete the old partition and extend the one you currently have Windows 7 installed to, although I remember that this is usually difficult to do. If you do not wish to reinstall Windows again, I will be asking gregrocker, our resident expert on such matters, to take a look at this thread just in case.

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When I try to do the updates I get the error message Windows Update cannot currently check for updates because the service is not running. I reformatted my hard drive in November. I ran the program Farbar Service Scanner and got the following results. I have tried to restart the computer 3 times but getting the same error. Any help would be greatly appreciated!!! Thank you in advance

Farbar Service Scanner Version: 25-02-2014
Ran by Shary (administrator) on 15-03-2014 at 17:14:03
Running from "H:\"
Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium Service Pack 1 (X64)
Boot Mode: Normal
****************************************************************

Internet Services:
============

Connection Status:
==============
Localhost is accessible.
LAN connected.
Google IP is accessible.
Google.com is accessible.
Yahoo.com is accessible.


Windows Firewall:
=============
mpsdrv Service is not running. Checking service configuration:
The start type of mpsdrv service is OK.
The ImagePath of mpsdrv service is OK.

MpsSvc Service is not running. Checking service configuration:
Checking Start type: ATTENTION!=====> Unable to open MpsSvc registry key. The service key does not exist.
Checking ImagePath: ATTENTION!=====> Unable to open MpsSvc registry key. The service key does not exist.
Checking ServiceDll: ATTENTION!=====> Unable to open MpsSvc registry key. The service key does not exist.


Firewall Disabled Policy:
==================
"HK... Read more

A:Error trying to run Windows Update on Windows 7 Home Premium

Shary get into safe mode and try these

http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/1538-sfc-scannow-command-system-file-checker.html

http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/433-disk-check.html > you may even need to go to Option 2

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While updating HP Active Support Library in windows vista home premium it downloads and checks for space allocation and then gives me Error 1316.A network error while attempting to read from file c:\windows\installer\HP active support library.msi Then after the rolling back action I receive Error-1603-Fatal-error during installation consult windows installer help (msi.chm) or msdn for more information. I have tried to go to the latter but have been unsuccessful in eliminating this problem. Is there anything that can be done short of restoring my laptop back to its original out of the box settings?

A:Receiving Error-1603-Fatal error during installation of update for the home support library in windows vista home premium

Worth reading, IMO: http://www.zolved.com/synapse/view_content/20113/Error_1316__A_network_error_occurred_while_attempting_to_rea

Louis

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I'm in a similar situation as this guy:
http://forums.techguy.org/windows-vista/1008546-how-replace-vista-full-windows.html

except when I boot up my disk, I only get to the 2nd step:

2) Progress Bar:
The next screen is a more graphical progress bar indicating Windows 7 is still working in the background.

it wont go past this screen.

The same thing happens when I boot it up normally(without the disk for windows 7 home premium), only with the disk in it has the windows 7 rather than the vista look.

Does anyone know what is causing this problem?
 

A:Solved: Replacing windows vista home premium with windows 7 home premium

Hi,
You've got this thread started too http://forums.techguy.org/windows-vista/1008564-laptop-hangs-loading-bar-screen.html

Is that one now solved too? You've marked this one solved, could you explain how you solved it in case others need to solve the same problem sometime in the future?

Thanks

Richard
 

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I have a dell studio 15 laptop Windows Vista Home Premium installed on it. I got this laptop in November 2008, since then it was working fine just when I returned from Germany o india its not working. initially i thought disk got damaged due to x-ray scanning on airports but I read several threads on internet which says it does not erases/damages hard disks same I have also experienced during my several visits in which same laptop has gone through with this scanning process.

I tried to recover my OS by using OS DVD provided with the laptop. I booted my laptop by setting up the bootable device as DVD in BIOS but it does not help me to recover. I tried to install Windows XP also in C derive so that I can see the data(i.e. my all useful and important) present in D derive but its is not allowing me to install windows XP too on it.

While searching information, I came to know that it seems like its a issue of Windows Vista Home Premium and several people have faced the same . In one solution, it is mentioned that OS DVD provided with laptop may not have files to boot and recover so i downloaded a bootable files and tried with that too but that also does not work for me but it has worked for others as per reviews mentioned.

When I reboot my laptop from OS DVD priovided from the dell, I used to get an following errors:

PXE-E61: Media test failure, check cable
PXE-MOF: Exiting Broadcom PXE ROM
Operating System Not found"
FYI- I run a diagnostic test also and all tests got ... Read more

A:Windows Vista Home Premium installed machine shows operating system not found

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Hi,I have been looking for a solution to upgrade my Inspiron 1525 laptop, preinstalled with Vista Home Premium 32 bits when I bought it.The target is to prepare path to upgrade to Windows 10.I need Windows 7 or 8 to start with.I could not find a way on Dell website.
Many thanks in advance !Isabelle

A:Upgrade for my Inspiron 1525 Laptop from Windows Vista Home Premium 32 bits to Windows 7 or 8 and then to Windows 10

Hi,
Thank you for writing to us!
We would like to inform you that the Inspiron 1525 is not tested for windows 10 and we would not suggest that you upgrade the version of windows 
Kindly private message the service tag and email address.
Thanks
Robin

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Hey guys,

I want to upgrade my OS from Vista Home Premium to 7 Home Premium and I have the Anytime upgrade DVD (provided at the time when I bought my laptop which came pre-installed with Windows Vista Home Premium). Since this is the first time I will ever try to upgrade my OS and I will be paying for it (lol) I wanted to clear a few doubts before I went about it. My current OS is a Deutsch (German) version. I want my new OS to be in English. So my question is -

Will the upgrade process provide me with the option to choose an installation language?

I researched a bit about language packs and if I'm not very wrong, Multiple language packs work only for Business and Ultimate versions but not for Basic and Home premium. Third party language packs like Vistalizator has been reported to work fine but Microsoft doesn't recommend it and some users have reported to have problems where it pops the message " your windows is not genuine".

So should I do an upgrade or just do a clean install with an original Windows 7 Home Premium DVD?

A:Windows Vista Home Premium to Windows 7 Home Premium Upgrade

Welcome
I am not sure about the answer regarding the language pack, but I am sure about the upgrade or the clean install. Do the clean install. A clean install is always preferred over an upgrade. With an upgrade all the old problems that may exist with the OS are just carried to the new installation.
Upgrades often fail, either because of third party software that is not compatible, or malicious software that breaks in the new install.
There are some members that back up their stuff and do a clean install on a regular basis to have the OS run smoothly as the first day. Trust me go with the clean install and enjoy your new OS

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I am in need of help, I have WIndows 7 Home Premium 32bit on my Acer Aspire 5517. I tried to run gimp and it failed so I uninstalled and installed the windows version again and it always says error and has to abort. I also tried to download Absolute Un install to make sure I completely removed gimp, but it failed to open as well. Please help.

A:Windows 7 Home Premium 32 bit error.

Try again in safe mode. If no success, try with this, in safe mode if necessary
Revo Uninstaller Pro - Uninstall software, remove programs, solve uninstall problems

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I ran the windows 7 advisor and it says everything is a go, but how do I proceed from here? Do I need a cd or is there a free download available from Microsoft?

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My Dell desktop is getting a keyboard error when booting leaving my usb mouse and keyboard inactive. I tried disconnecting the power source for a while and then restarting but that didn't work. Does anyone have an idea of
how I may get pass this? Help.
 

A:Keyboard Error in Windows 7 Home Premium

What is the exact error message ? What's the service tag on the computer ?

http://www.dell.com/support/content...ort-Knowledgebase/locate-service-tag/Desktops
 

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This is my first install of Windows 7 Home Premium. I install Windows 7 Enterprise and Ultimate the most and I have a few Windows 7 Professional install under the belt. So this is a new problem to me that I have never seen and I believe I have done everything right.

I did a clean install from DVD of Windows 7 Home Premium Upgrade. The machine was running Windows XP so there is no upgrade path. I backed up all data and wiped the drive. I have installed all the other versions of Windows 7 this way without issue so I am stumped as to why I get this error. So before I call Microsoft and wait on the phone. I figured a quick post here would be a good idea.

Error: 0xC004F061: Software License Server determined that this specific product key can only be used for upgrading, not a clean install.

However this is no way to install Windows 7 on XP without a Clean Install???

This is a brand new Windows 7 Home Premium Upgrade. Bought from Amazon and assuming that it is not a pirate copy.

Ideas?

A:Windows Activation Error (W07 Home Premium)

Did you follow this tutorial?? Clean Install with a Upgrade Windows 7 Version

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Hi:
 
I have been using ComboFix for many years without any problems.
I used it with XP-Pro-SP3 and Vista Home Basic.
 
I got Windows 7 Home Premium about a week ago: ComboFix ran fine for 3-4 days and then the error(s).
 
Here is the error text:
----------------------------------------------------
Warning!
 
Error saving file
E:\Windows\erdnt\Hiv-backup\SYSTEM!
 
Continue with the next file?
 
[ RegCreateKeyEx: 5 - Access is denied ]
 
 
                               Yes                        No
----------------------------------------------------
 
Note: This seemed to take place after the last update or the second last update.
That would make 8 updates.
 
Thank you,
SH
 
Edit: Sorry, it was not for this section.
        It was suppose to be in the "Windows 7 section".

A:ComboFix Error Windows 7 Home Premium

As a general policy, Bleeping Computer does not offer advice on how to run ComboFix unless we asked someone to run it or if there is a problem with the computer caused by running the tool. We recommend that people should not be using ComboFix without being advised to do so by a trained expert (see here) who is assisting them deal with a malware problem. When issues arise due to complex malware infections, problems running ComboFix (i.e. stalling, hanging, crashing) or with other security tools causing conflicts, experts are usually aware of them and can advise what should or should not be done while providing individual assistance. When false detections are identified, experts have access to the developer and can report them so he can investigate, confirm and make corrections. Those attempting to use ComboFix on their own do not have such information and are at risk when running the tool in an unsupervised environment.Also be aware that using ComboFix is only one part of the disinfection process. Preliminary scans from other tools like DDS, FRST, OTL, Zoek and RSIT should be used first because they provide comprehensive logs with specific details about files, folders and registry keys which may have been modified by malware infection. Analysis of those logs allows planning a strategy for effective disinfection and a determination if using ComboFix is even necessary. FRST has become our tool of choice since it provides equivalent information and (unlike ComboFix) works on all ... Read more

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A:Getting error when try to install windows 7 64 bit Home Premium

Do you have 32 bit installed?

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Update 1 :When I turn on the Computer this is the display message I get , what does it mean?.I can still boot the Windows Installation Disc after that Display message by pressing F1 to boot. Is this why Windows isn't installing properly.




Update 2 [Recent]

I was able to bypass the Windows Installation Error 0x80070057 by following the guide step by step , I posted below , however I have encountered another issue. It shows me a warning sign with the message "windows cannot be installed to partition 0 disk 2". I will post a picture soon.
Error 0x80070057 when you format a hard disk drive to install Windows 7

A:Windows 7 Home Premium Installation Error...

Try cleaning the HDD first.

To clean install:
1) Clean the HD Drive, using Step one in this tutorial:
SSD / HDD : Optimize for Windows Reinstallation
than
2a) clean install with the OEM manufacturer's Recovery Disk.
2b) Clean Install Windows 7
2c) UEFI (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface) - Install Windows 7 with

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Hello Folks, Firstly i would like to appologize if i've post in wrong section or there's a similiar problem posted already, i already search for similiar question but didnt found any. I did some google search, also with no luck.

Here's my story.

I've purchased an Acer Laptop last year, it came shipped with Windows 7 Home Premium and i've been using this OS until now.

I really like this OS, this is the best OS i've ever tried but now i feel like upgrading to Windows 7 Professional x64.

So lets say if i have already purchased a copy of genuine Windows 7 Professional x64, how do i install it? Just insert the Installation Disc, and it shall prompt me with upgrade menu? Or Do i need to boot from CD-ROM and run installation from there?

Lets say if i can just run installation by inserting Installation Disc, and click "Upgrade To Windows 7 Professional", will it 'overwrite' my current documents/User Settings/Themes/Gadgets ?? These settings are important for me, i wish to keep them untouched if possible. This is question 1.

Question 2
What will happen to my previous Windows 7 Home Premium x64 licence if i decided to upgrade? When i bought this laptop, they dont give me any installation disc, so i cant re-install this OS.

Question 3
What will happen to my Ms Office 2010 licence ? As far as i know, once we activate the copy and register at Microsoft, which i already did, It cannot be activated twice.

Question 4
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A:[SOLVED] How to upgrade Windows 7 Home Premium x64 to Windows 7 Premium x64

Hi and welcome to TSF the info on upgrading should be here http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windows-7/default.aspx

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Hello Sevenforums,
This is my first post so please tell me if I do anything wrong. After using Windows Anytime Upgrade to upgrade my Windows 7 Home Premium to Ultimate and restarting, I get the "BOOTMGR missing error". Interestingly, if I shut down the laptop at this screen and turn it on, it loads the OS selection screen perfectly (Windows 7 and Ubuntu 11.10 dualboot).

I've tried the "repair windows" function, running the startup problems fixer, but to no luck.
Below is what came out from bcdedit:

Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7601]
Copyright (c) 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

C:\Windows\system32>bcdedit

Windows Boot Manager
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identifier {bootmgr}
device boot
description Windows Boot Manager
locale en-US
inherit {globalsettings}
extendedinput Yes
resumeobject {c279be75-9b51-11de-9b93-a29d207e6d0e}
displayorder {current}
{f0c0bb8d-8788-11e1-864f-f78e62f68c09}
toolsdisplayorder {memdiag}
timeout 30
displaybootmenu Yes
customactions 0x1000085000001
0x5400000f
custom:5400000f {7f30e192-c241-11df-89c1-ec1233da63e2}

Windows Boot Loader
-------------------
identifier {current}
device partition=C:
path \Windows\system32\winload.exe
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A:"BOOTMGR missing" after upgrading Windows 7 Home Premium to Ultimate

Make sure Win7 HD is set first HD to boot in BIOS setup, Mark Active Win7 or it's 100mb System Reserved partition (preferred), run Startup Repair - Run 3 Separate Times until Win7 starts on its own.

Then use this method to Dual boot Ubuntu-Win7 which may help avoid GRUB irreparably corrupting Win7 when it's on the same HD.

Safest is to install each to separate HD's booted only via BIOS boot order or one-time BIOS Boot Menu.

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I don't understand this at all
this computer (a friends) said he waas on the computer till 10:30 last night and everything worked good. now this morning they couldn;'t get on the internet. I went out and tried and couldn't so I took it to my house and tried it there. I have a router set up for a small home network. Here is the weird part

I can plug this computer right into my router and I get on the internet right away no problems nothing. but the minute I try to get on the internet using just the dsl modem (which is what they have always used) I have tried 3 modems, all the same kind and none will let them on the internet.

when you try to get on the internet through a modem in the bottome left hand corner you get this error

waiting for res://ieframe.dll/dnserror.htm

and you get page cannot be displayed
when you go through the router you don't get that it gets right on the internet. I work some for the telephone company so I no there modems and have installed a few and pretty much no what I am doing with them. I have never come across this error and it just started out ot nowhere. can someone please help
 

A:Windows Vista home premium-I am fit to be tied with this error--PLEASE HELP

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I have done a Google search and been the the Microsoft site. I have tried every suggestion: clean boot, MS Update Readiness Program, MS Fix-it Program, Update Reset, disabling my AV and Firewall, Manual and Automatic Update but nothing allows me to update KB2484033, KB2511250, or KB2522422. I have tried 3rd party programs to include: HijackThis, MT RUbot, ComboFix, and FixCleaner and they haven't helped. I have Spybot, McAffee, MS Defender, and I use Windows Firewall. All of these are current and update with no problem.

Can anyone help with this problem.

TIA

A:Error Code 800BO100 on Windows 7 Home Premium

Just as an aside, both Windows Defender and ALL McAfee products are, in my opinion, worthless. I'd disable Defender (set the Windows Defender service to DISABLED) and uninstall any McAfee product and replace it with ANY other anti virus app.

As for the updates, try system restore to a time before the updates and try again.

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My problem is the following : On my Dell laptop (Inspiron N5010) i installed 2 antiviruses (avira and norton) and suddenly after this, my pc kept crashing (blue screen and all).
The way i was able to fix this was simply by running diagnostics and restarting the computer.
After a week, the computer completely failed, the blue screen of death appeared this time, i had to reinstall windows 7. I didnt know how to, so we called an experienced pc guy who fixed it, using a windows 7 professional 64 bit (instead of home premium) disc as boot. All was fine, until a week after the guy had done this : The computer shutdown suddenly and i was unable to access anything, except the bios menu (and window 7 logo ).
I then used the same disk the guy used (he gave it to us) to reinstall the os.
I did the steps as he did (i promise), but the installation got stuck a 14 %, and said : Error 0x8007045D invalid file or...etc...
I searched on the internet and othe forums, and found the following answers :

1--> The ISO file i used was corrupted
2--> My HDD was broken

So, i kept trying to fix the 1st problem, with no success ( i downloaded at least 4 different windows 7 home premium 64 bit isos and tried to install them with usb)
But same failure : error 0x8007045D
please advise me what to do, what steps i should do to try and make one of the isos work, because abandonning the HDD will be the last thing i will try :/

Thanks to all that have read this !
My hope lies on you !

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A:Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit ERROR 0x80070057 at installation

Never run two AV's, especially when one is Norton Bloatware.

I would uninstall both as a test and install recommended Microsoft Security Essentials.

You'll need to run the special uninstall tool for grossly bloated AV's: Uninstallers (removal tools) for common Windows antivirus software - ESET Knowledgebase

If this fails then try to System Restore back to before you installed the two AV's when it was working correctly.

If that fails then download, install and decline trial for Malwarebytes and SUPERAntiSpyware - Downloads
then run full scans with both.

Folllow that with SFC /SCANNOW Command.

Report back all results.

Then look over the steps for doing a perfect Clean Reinstall Windows 7 which includes everything that works best with Win7 based on tens of thousands of installs we've directly helped with here at the top tech forums.

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