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Windows 7 Home Premium passwords

Q: Windows 7 Home Premium passwords

I have enabled the Automatic Logon for my Windows 7 HOME PREMIUM password. When does this password expire?

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I am using vista home premium and I would like to know if there is a registry hack that I can do so vista can keep my network passwords after I reboot or shut down my computer.

A:Vista Home Premium Network Passwords

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Hi I am trying to fix a Dell Inspiron 530 desktop computer, that appears to have no physical issues, only software issues. I think that the OS has been somehow corrupted. I have researched this computer and it should have a way to Factory Restore it by clicking F8 while it is booting up, when you are in the "Advanced Boot Options", then you click "Repair My Computer" and it takes you to a screen where you need to choose a user and log in. Well the person I'm fixing this comp for gave me her log in or what she remembers it to be, but I have tried it over and over, and it isn't working. She hasn't used the comp in a few years since it became corrupted, and I think she must have remembered the password wrong. Anyway, long story short, I need a way to either to hack or crack or reset the password so that I can "Factory Restore" the computer, or at least try to "Factory Restore" it. I spent most of yesterday trying different options from the internet and was so far unsuccessful.

Things I've tried so far:

Puppy Linus Lucid, as well as Puppy Linux slacko as live CDs to get to the "chntpw", but it was not available on those versions.

"Ophcrack" but that didn't work.

Live CD of chntpw, and that didn't work.

I'm wondering if there is a way I can add chntpw to my puppy linux live CDs, so that I can use it on them?

If anyone has any suggestions, please let me know, or if there is some other way that ... Read more

A:Resetting or cracking Vista Home Premium User Passwords

sorry we cannot help you with this, please read the forum rules

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I'm in a similar situation as this guy:

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

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?



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Greetings Tech Support Guy, The computer I wish to purchase has Windows Vista Home Premium preinstalled, with a ticket to purchase an upgrade To Windows 7 Home Premium.
As I wish to use Windows 7 immediately (without bothering with Vista Home Premium) can you please advise, in detail, how I can delete Vista completely and install Windows 7 with minimum fuss.
All help greatly appreciated,
With Best Regards

A:Replacing Vista Home Premium with Windows 7 Home Premium

When you get the Vista DVD, boot from it and choose Custom "advanced" installation. Then highlight the partition you want to put 7 on (preferably the Vista partition) then click "delete" (be careful which partition you choose) once the old Vista partition is deleted, be sure the new unallocated partition is highlighted and hit next to continue installing 7. Here is a screenshot, your partition structure may be slightly different.

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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

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 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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I currently have an AUSUS G60VX Notebook with Microsoft Window Vista Home Premium 64bit and would like to upgrade my windows.  With all the available sources on the internet to download from, I'm unsure of which would be legitimate and whether I will
get what I'm looking for without compromising and damaging my system.

I am looking for a reliable legitimate source to upgrade from Windows Vista Home Premium 64bit to Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit.
Thank you

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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
Application like Egistec - WinLocker,... Read more

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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I'm considering upgrading an old 530s from VISTA Home Premium 32 Bit to Win 7 Home Premium 32 Bit. Will an OEM version work and where can I get a fair deal on Win 7?

A:Dell 530s upgrade from VISTA Home Premium 32 Bit to Win 7 Home Premium 32 Bit

You are best to take the unofficial upgrade path to Windows 10 via the expired 10130 Insider Preview:

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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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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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Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version
HP s3240uk Pavilion Slimline
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Professional , Service Pack 1, 64 bit
Processor: AMD Athlon(tm) 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 4400+, AMD64 Family 15 Model 107 Stepping 2
Processor Count: 2
RAM: 4094 Mb
Graphics Card: ATI Radeon HD 2400 , 256 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 469293 MB, Free - 374406 MB; J: Total - 381549 MB, Free - 202607 MB;
Motherboard: ASUSTek Computer INC., Acacia, 1.00, MS1C79R82004688
Antivirus: avast! Antivirus, Updated and Enabled

I have found many well meaning suggestions aimed at helping others like me to resolve this annoying aspect of networking between Windows 7, Vista and XP but it seems like we are all banging our heads against a brick wall. I have tried every suggestion I can find on other forums but still my Windows 7 computer cannot access my XP Home or Vista machines. The message I see each time I try is as follows:- "\\WINXP (or \\VISTA) is not accessible. You might not have permission to use this network resource. Contact the administrator of this server to find out if you have permissions. The account is not authorised to log in from this station." You will of course appreciate that the 'administrator' is myself. I can access files and a printer on Windows 7 from the other two computers providing I place shared files in the public folder ... no problem with this.

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A:Solved: Windows 7 can see but not access files on XP Home SP3 and Vista Home Premium

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Please advice on the performance comparison between
- Windows 7 Home Basic versus
- Windows 7 Home Premium
assuming if both uses the same 8GB RAM.

Just a hearsay...that Windows 7 Home Basic is lagging behind Windows 7 Home Premium in terms of performance assuming if both uses the same 8GB RAM. Please confirm whether this is true or not.

By the way, how to activate the Windows Aero in Windows 7 Basic???

A:Performance comparison btw. Windows 7 Home Basic versus Home Premium

Hello cheesum and welcome to Seven Forums.

Last question first. This tutorial may help enable Aero. Please note that there is no way to enable transparency on Windows Home Basic.

Aero - Enable in Unsupported Editions of Windows 7

As far as performance, I have not been able to find any specific "speed" tests to say one way or the other.

Difference Between Windows 7 Home Basic and Home Premium | Difference Between | Windows 7 Home Basic vs Home Premium

But if Basic and Home Premium are run on two identical machines (not just identical RAM, but also identical hard drive/hard drive speed, identical CPU, identical programs and apps installed, etc) I would give a very slight performance advantage to Basic simply because it doesn't have the same amount of features that Home Premium has. Fewer features to load usually equals faster performance. But I think any performance advantage would be so slight it wouldn't make any appreciable difference.

I did find some comments comparing Windows 7 Home Premium to Windows 7 Professional.

performance difference 7 home premium vs. 7 professional? - Microsoft Community

Of course, others may completely disagree with my thoughts and that's cool. Healthy discussion and debate is welcomed.

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I have recently purchased a new Acer Aspire 5535 laptop. It has Windows Vista Home Premium (WVHP) installed.

The computer came with a number of programs that I am not interested in having on my system. In addition, I was not provided a restore disc. I do own a copy of Windows Vista Home Basic (WVHB).

I would like to keep WVHP as I appear to be eligible for an upgrade to Windows 7 . . . but I would like to reinstall to get rid of all these worthless programs. Can I use a WVHB disc with my new WVHP product key?

Could I install WVHB with the WVHB product key, then use the WVHP key supplied by Acer to upgrade?

Thanks for your time in answering my question. I hope it isn't unclear.



A:Windows Vista Home Premium Key Home Basic Discs

I believe that if you install with the Basic disc the process will offer you a choice
of versions. Choose Home Premium and complete the install. Activate with your
Acer's Vista Product Key.


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hi im using desktop pc windows xp sp3 home edition on c/drive and i have windows 7 home premium on d/partition dual boot i like windows 7 how do i remove xp from my pc when screen boots up i get choice whether i want to start windows 7 or earlier version

A:windows xp sp3 home edition and windows 7 home premium dual boot

Are you using two HD's or two Partitions

Can you post a screen shot of Disk management from Win XP & Windows 7?

Screenshot tools.
A Preferred Method of Uploading/Posting Screen Shots
How to Use the Snipping Tool in Vista - Vista Forums
Snipping Tool - Windows 7 features - Microsoft Windows
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Screenshot and Upload using MWSnap
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I have the student download of windows 7 home premium and after downloading and starting installation, it isnt compatible to upgrade from vista home premium. So do I have to burn some sort of dvd for installation, or can i just install from the download i was told to save on my desktop and let it do it's thing?

A:student download vista home premium to 7 home premium


Try making a DVD out of it, and doing a clean install.

Make bootable iso from student d/l

Clean Install with a Upgrade Windows 7 Version

Hope this helps,

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Hi, I've been having BSOD problems(I don't actually see a BSOD the power just goes off) ever since I upgraded from Vista Home Premium to 7 Home Premium.

It occasionally happens during start-up or randomly(no specific program or website) at other times. It will also occasionally freeze and then I need to reboot.

I'm new at this and not tech savvy so hopefully I've included all relevant information. If not please be kind.

My System:

32 bit
Original O/S: Vista(came pre-installed)
Windows 7: Upgrade Version
System hardware is about 4 to 5 years old
Age Of Windows 7: I upgraded to 7 about 3 months ago

A:BSOD after upgrading from Vista Home Premium to 7 Home Premium

No DMP included...

We do need the DMP file as it contains the only record of the sequence of events leading up to the crash, what drivers were loaded, and what was responsible.
Please attach the DMP files to your next post not to post one.

If you are overclocking STOP

You may be able to get the DMP files without crashing by booting into safe mode (F8) with networking.

To enable us to assist you with your computer's BSOD symptoms, upload the contents of your "\Windows\Minidump" folder.

The procedure:

* Copy the contents of \Windows\Minidump to another (temporary) location somewhere on your machine.
* Zip up the copy.
* Attach the ZIP archive to your post using the "paperclip" (file attachments) button.
*If the files are too large please upload them to a file sharing service like "Rapidshare" and put a link to them in your reply.

To ensure minidumps are enabled:

* Go to Start, in the Search Box type: sysdm.cpl, press Enter.
* Under the Advanced tab, click on the Startup and Recovery Settings... button.
* Ensure that Automatically restart is unchecked.
* Under the Write Debugging Information header select Small memory dump (256 kB) in the dropdown box (the 256kb varies).
* Ensure that the Small Dump Directory is listed as %systemroot%\Minidump.
* OK your way out.
* Reboot if changes have been made.

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As a result of what I think was a virus, accounts on my PC (running Windows XP Home) that were not set up to have passwords (including the Administrator account) all of a sudden appear to have passwords assigned to them and I can't sign in. Also, on the one account where I DID have a password, the password works and I can get in, but if I leave my PC and it automatically logs me out, I can't get back in using the password any more. I'm tempted to take the rather drastic measure of reinstalling XP, but would prefer to avoid that if I can. Anyone have thoughts on what I might be able to do to fix this?

A:Need Help - Windows XP Home Account Passwords

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I have a copy of Windows Vista Home Premium x86 and I want to DualBoot!!! Tell me: can I do this?? If I can, tell me how!!!

A:Can I DualBoot Windows Vista Home Premium with Windows Vista Home Premium??

Well to do this you would need two product keys. Since you can only use one key on one installed system, to dual boot two vista OS you would need a seperate product key for each one, if you have two keys all you need are two seperate partitions to install them on.

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I am trying to connect to two computers that are connected to a Linksys Router using Remote Assistance on a Vista Home Premium Machine. I get the error message that the person you are trying to help may have closed remote assistance. I get the same message when trying to connect to either machine. I am guessing the problem is with a setting in the router, but I don't know what setting.

A:Remote Access from Vista Home Premium to Vista Home Premium and XP Home Edition

You should forward the ports on the router to the IP Addresses of the machines, that you want to connect to. On Symantec PC Anywhere, it is ports 5631 and 32, on Windows remote desktop connection it is port 3389 that needs to be forwarded.

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hello all,

i m using a dell inspiron m101z notebook which has windows 7 home basic prebuilt. now i got a very new win7 home premium dvd. and since yes i m not very good in all this computer stuff i have opened my own topic so that things bcom clearer to me.

i want to install home premium so how can i do it if i dont want to lose my files on the laptop. specially some dell softwares like webcam and all.

i went thru this tutorial. does this do the needful. it is ok i dont need to format my HD. but do i need to backup? also the notebook i use has only C drive n no other drive.

Clean Install Windows 7 from the Windows 7 Desktop

A:Windows 7 from home basic to home premium

Take a look at this:

No install files needed.
Only the Upgrade key is need.
Anytime upgrade only adds-on the Programs & Features from version to version.
Windows Anytime Upgrade - How to

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I was wondering --

I bought Windows 7 Home Premium Upgrade when it was 1/2 price in July. I can also purchase Windows 7 Professional through the Ultimate Steal here in Canada.

I currently have Windows Vista Home Premium on my computer. I really don't want to do a clean install.

After I do an in-place upgrade to Windows 7 Home Premium, can I use the key from Windows 7 Professional to upgrade to that version?

After that, can I then install Windows 7 Home Premium on a friend's computer, using the same key I had originally used on my computer, now that I'm not using Windows 7 Home Premium any more?


A:Upgrade Vista Home Premium --> 7 Home Premium --> 7 Pro

It appears the Upgrade keys are much more flexible than in the past, so it is worth a try at install. The worst is that you would have to use the key that came with the version.

No one I've read knows for sure whether an upgrade deactivates the underlying O.S. key, and MS's own Technet MVP's say it doesn't in case of reinstall need. It violates the EULA, of course, which says the upgraded OS replaces it except for reinstall.

Since upgrade keys are working in clean installs, you might want to try this providing your Vista Premium is retail so that you can migrate it to your friend:

1) Make an image of your Vista Premium install so it can be easily restored.

2) Try a clean formatted install booting from desired Win7 Upgrade version, which should take the key, or require the double "upgrade over upgrade" trick so the key is taken.

3) If this works, you can migrate your retail copy of Vista to your friend's computer, if not just use your backup image to restore it for in place Upgrade.

You will need to make a backup image of the finished job to avoid having to reinstall both OS in the future.

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Heres my story:

Yesterday I was messing around on my brand-new laptop, and I was stupid enough to try a keygen to get Ultimate (I had HP). Surprising. It worked but the copy wasn't genuine obviously. So then I rebooted, pressed F8 at boot. An ran Toshibas recovery to try to get the computer to its out of box state. I got stuck at initializomg (either that or I was impaptient) so I turned off the laptop. Then when I truer to boot I got bootmgr is missing. I have an old vista Hp disk so I installed that for the time being. So my question is, how do I get it back to the original state? I do t have any important data or anything. Please note the laptop didn't cone with recovery disks.

A:Upgrading from Vista Home Premium to 7 home premium?

If you no longer have a working recovery partition and no recovery disks, you may be forced to contact Toshiba and see if they will sell you recovery disks.

You could download an ISO of Windows 7 HP and install from that, but that would just give you a clean install, not return you to "original state".

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i want to use spyware terminator and it only supports 32 bit vista as of now and i really want to use it on my new 64 bit HP it is the best and the only really good free spyware remover. i have spybot s&d right now and i dont like it i also have spyware blaster i like it but it isnt a traditional spyware remover so it really cant help me much i have avast antivirus and pc tools antivirus i had a copy of spyware doctor plus keygen but it doesnt support 64 bit either thanks for any help

A:Is It Possible To Emulate 32 Bit Vista Home Premium Under 64 Bit Home Premium

Pirating software is against the rules here - so discussions involving key generators are not appropriate here.
This topic is closed.

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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


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I havent used my computer all summer and now that school has started up, I cannot remember my admin password. Is there anyway around the login so that I can avoid reformatting?

A:Premium 32 Bit Vista Dell Laptop Passwords

Originally Posted by kwilly1221

I havent used my computer all summer and now that school has started up, I cannot remember my admin password. Is there anyway around the login so that I can avoid reformatting?

You mean you log in as admin all the time? not very secure. they make admin password access limited for just this reason. Do you know about the built in (hidden) admin account?

Our problem is if it isn't your account (how do we know if it is) by telling you how to circumvent it we would be doing something illegal.

We can certainly tell you how to create a non admin account, easily. do you have any idea what the password was?


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I was looking through all the downloads at Heidoc.net for Windows 7 Home Premium and there are several. I don't know if some are newer, better, or what the differences are. Can anyone help me? PLEEZ

A:Which Windows 7 Home Premium ISO

Hello dswapp, and welcome to Seven Forums.

You would want the Windows 7 Home Premium (x86) or (x64) SP1 U (media refresh) version at the top.

Microsoft Windows 7 Direct Download Links

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Will all the programs that ran with the Windows XP 32 bit OS run with Windows 7 Home Premium 32 bit OS?

A:Windows 7 Home Premium 32 bit

Hi and welcome to Seven Forums.

Yes, all 32 bit programs should work on Win 7 32 bit OS.

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I had an HP slimline, running windows 7 home premium for HP X64.  It literally fried itself and am not able to get anything from it.  Just read in MS terms that any software purchased with PC can be transfered by the same user to another computer.  I went to their site and was told that I had to contact HP.  I now have the above HP with Windows 10 and hate it.  I merely want a download for the Windows 7 so I can put it on my new PC.  I have the code from the old PC.

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A:windows 7 home premium for HP x64

Hi: You can only transfer Microsoft retail software from one PC to another. The sticker on your old PC that fried itself is for an OEM operating system. Using an OEM product key on another PC is a violation of the Microsoft OEM licensing agreement. https://www.microsoft.com/oem/en/licensing/sblicensing/pages/licensing_faq.aspx#fbid=q7CEbN2yHpJ Q. Can my customers transfer or sell their OEM software licenses?A. After an OEM software license has been installed on a PC, the license may not be installed on or transferred to another PC. However, the entire PC may be transferred to another end user along with the software license rights. When transferring the PC to the new end user, the software media, manuals (if applicable), and Certificate of Authenticity label must be included. It is also advisable to include the original purchase invoice or receipt. The original end user cannot keep any copies of the software. Q. My customer bought a new PC and wants to move the OEM software from the old PC to the new one. Can't users do whatever they want with their software?A. No, the OEM software is licensed with the computer system on which it was originally installed and is tied to that original machine. OEM licenses are single-use licenses that cannot be installed on more than one computer system, even if the original machine is no longer in use. The Microsoft Software License Terms, which the end user must accept before using the software, state that the li... Read more

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Greetings folks,

I have a gateway NV75S series and have added more 4GB of RAM. Motherboard displays the memory, Windows Systems shows that I do have it but only 3.48 is usable....

Here is what I have done so far and has not fixed the issue:

Run msconfig >boot>advanced>and made sure that maximum memory is unchecked
Did updated my bios
Run a PC Tune Up
Physically removed both 4GB sticks and changed the positions (tried to run just one stick the computer doesn't boot seems that it requires both sticks to be there)
I will attach the windows system info screen
Went to task manager>resource monitor and there it says that there is 8GB but says 4630 "hardware reserved"
Well in short, Could someone help me with this? Thank you so much
Alex Fereira

A:Windows 7 Home premium SPK 1 and RAM...

Update the Bios of the motherboard: Gateway Support - Downloads & Support Documents - Notebook / NV Series / NV75S

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Hi, sorry if this is the wrong place to post this.

Had Windows 7 home premium for around 2 months on a brand new desktop. Never had a single problem with it untill today. Turned it on as normal, got to the log in screen where i click on the required user. As the pc is only used by me I only have 1 user availiable. I click on it like normal but this time i get a message saying 'The user profile service service failed the logon' 'user profile cannot be loaded'. It then refreshes the page and returns me back to the logon page and if i press enter the same thing just keeps repeating itself. Other option on this page are the shutdown/sleep/restart option and a little box in the bottom left corner called ease of access with various options, but none that seem relevant to the situation.

Thanks for your time and advice is greatly appreciated.

A:Cant log into Windows 7 Home Premium

I would say that your user profile is corrupted.

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I currently use the Windows 7 Home Premium K edition and I am interested in converting the display language into English. If I currently live in Korea, meaning I cannot utilize the Upgrade at Anytime feature...Can I purchase the Ultimate English Edition and upgrade my Windows 7 Home Premium K edition without any problems? Or do I need to purchase the Ultimate K edition and add the English MUI?

A:Windows 7 Home Premium K

Some display languages are installed by default, and others require you to install additional language files. When you change the display language, it is changed for your user account and is not changed on the Welcome screen.

Open Regional and Language Options by clicking the Start button, clicking Control Panel, clicking Clock, Language, and Region, and then clicking Regional and Language Options.
Click the Keyboards and Languages tab.
Under Display language, choose a language from the list, and then click OK.
You should be able to install the English Mui if it is not installed already. You should be able to do this without having to reinstall windows.

Let me know if this helps.

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I have lenovo ideacentre and I need to reinstall my Windows 7 Home Prem.  Where to get the installer?  I tried the links from forum but it is taking me to a Microsoft Home User Program page! Any help will be highly appreciated...

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i got windows vista as my original OS but i brought the windows 7 home premium 32 bit because i wanted to use windows 7 and so i upgrade to windows 7. i have no problem using windows 7 for like 1 year but when i boot my windows 7 the next day, it starts to lag badly and so i have to reformat again and i did it 3 times and it is still lagging badly, taskbar lagging when i click it and sometimes even i have to force shut down my computer because the program lagg. i do not want to reformat again. All my drivers are up to date and windows update all done. All anti-virus/spyware/malware program are on with high priority/alert. Done sfc/scannow and do not find any violations. I think there is something that make my computer lagg so badly and i do not know what is it.

any programs/software to detect whats wrong with my laptop ?


A:windows 7 32 bit home premium

First you must fill out your system specs here.
Then check at taskmanager which process that consume high cpu/memory resource?
(post the screenshot of taskmanager while lagging)

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Can i Use the Windows 7 Home premium Key to activate the windows 7 Professional or Ultimate ?

If not Possible is there any solution to install the complete version of Windows 7 Home Professional or Ultimate.

A:Windows 7 Home Premium Key

Hi ranga545 and WELCOME to Seven Forums! =)
Sadly you cannot use it to activate Ultimate or Professional even if it is a Retail Key, you can however upgrade from Home Premium to Ultimate or Proffessional through "Windows Anytime Upgrade"

Link: http://windows.microsoft.com/is-IS/windows7/help/videos/upgrade-to-another-edition-of-windows-7-by-using-windows-anytime-upgrade

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I have a DELL Home Premium Disc with a COA. I also have an ASUS laptop with no disc, but the COA. Can I use the DELL disc with the ASUS COA to install on the ASUS laptop? Legally. I mean I did it and it worked, but I just want to make sure.

A:OEM Windows 7 Home Premium x64

Almost certainly it's not legal, not so much because of Windows, but the other bundled software is not licensed to run on anything other than a Dell.
Tou should order a set of Recovery disks for the Asus from their website.

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I got Windows 7 Home Premium With Product Key for New Laptop  LENOVO G560 How to get Installation CD to Reinstall... Regards

A:Windows 7 Home Premium

If the G560 is preloaded with Win7 Home Premium and you have the COA sticker then you can create a recovery disc to reinstall Windows.
How to Create Factory Disc with One Key Recovery 7.0
Alternatively, you can also press the OneKey Recovery button to restore the preloaded Win7 OS, softwares, and its drivers.

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Hi Can anyone help me I recently sold my laptop. I removed the original 500GB. And installed a
750GB brand new HDD. Because I only had a oem copy of win7 ultimate I loaded that on. The licence
key for the machine is for home premium My buyer tells me he gets the dreaded not a geniune message.
I can't give him my licence So I am looking for a home premium iso to sent to him he can use the original
key for that laptop.

Thanks all

A:Windows 7 home premium

yes sure he can use your key as original for windows 7 but after that if you are need to be used these same key it will be not worked so make sure who will be use this key you or you're seller

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The hard drive is inoperable. I purchased a new hard drive, but now have no access to the recovery partition. Where can I obtain a copy of Windows 7 Home Premium 64 to reload the hard drive. I was able to get my product ID and Key. Thank you

A:Windows 7 Home Premium

 Hi, Direct link, Valid for 24 hours: https://software-download.microsoft.com/pr/Win7_HomePrem_SP1_English_x64.iso?t=73611816-fd1a-46a7-bf... Utility Microsoft Windows and Office ISO Download Tool

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I just got another new computer and it has Vista Home Premium 64 bit on it, being new to Vista I have a few questions. In Programs there are 2 IE explorers, plain and 64 bit. I understand the plain is 32 bit. Can you switch back and forth between them? In program files there are to Program files Plain and x86. Is the plain 64 bit and the x86 32 bit? When Windows Home Premium 64 bit comes new installed what does it default to, 32 bit or 64 bit?

A:Windows Home Premium 64 bit

The reasoning behind the two different Internet Explorers is that Flash players aren't set up to work for 64 bit (x64) systems yet. So there is the 64 bit version, and the 32 bit (x86) version so you aren't completely stuck when you get to a website that requires flash animations. To be safe, so far I have just been using the 32 bit version.

The Program Files folders are separated between the two as well. Programs that are originally 32 bit (x86) will go in the x86 folder. If the program is a 64 bit (x64) it will go into the "Plain" one. Its not that there is a default...your computer will pull from both, depending on what type of program you are trying to run.

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VAIO Care application has stopped working correctly.
When I get to the 'Care Screen', if I try to click on any help question, a message appears: 'VAIOShell has stopped working' However, on Task Manager it states VAIOShell running & VAIO Care not responding!!
I am aware others have had similar problems, but solutions I Have seen posted, eg Uninstall/Reinstall VAIO Care does not solve the problem.
Has anyone found another solution that may work? If so, your help would be appreciated.

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I just found it. It looks kind of like Command Prompt but I really don't know how to use it. Has anybody found a good guide for Power Shell. This Power Shell thing just might be fun to tinker with. It must of come with W7 because I didn't download it.

A:Windows 7 Home Premium 64

Start here http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa...7(v=VS.85).aspx

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Hello,I got HP pavilion dv6 3171ee and its really old and it got windows 7 home premiumAnd i still got the sticker of the product key under itBut i installed windows 7 ultimateccracked windows with fake activationSo i asked microsoft how can i use this product key to upgrade to windows 10?They told me ask them for the installation disc of windows 7 home premium in order to be able to use the product key again and also to get a chance to upgrade to windows 10So can i have the link of windows 7 home premium 64bit in order to be able to use the product key on the back of the laptop and also to upgrade to windows 10??Please post the link of the installation of windows 7 home premium64 to use the genuine key that is at the back againThanks,Karim
The windows 7 home premium installation disc that is from HP not from microsoft in order to use the product key that is at the back again.

A:Windows 7 home premium

The windows version at the back says: X16-96084

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The Icon for Windows 10 update showed up today.
I have Windows 7 home.
Will my windows 7 key (oem) change to a Windows 10
I ask because of future hard drive crashes or reformats.
After the 365 days are up I don't want to have to buy
Windows 10 because I still have a Windows 7 key and
My ssd or had failed.
Do I have to use a back up image for the rest of the life
of the computer???

A:Windows 10 Home Premium Key

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Please send me the link for Windows_7_Home_Premium OA .iso file.


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