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Old November 4, 2009, 10:35 AM
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Originally Posted by MarkOne View Post
if I'm right , for install the upgrade version of Windows 7, you must have a Windows XP or Vista installed and ACTIVATED . You cannot activate an upgrade version of Windows 7 on a clean drive . But if you google it you will find a way to do so. Itís ridiculous than Microsoft do not allow to perform an update , where you just insert the original disk , or even the product key code ( for disk copy reason) of Vista to prove you own it.
The reason why it's make this way it's because 7 upgrade will get few of it's component from the original windows if it can. Try removing 2GB of ram or try memory stick 1 by 1. Then try another HDD. Give us some news.
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