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    goranthe
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    Problem with windows 7 64-bit

    When I install windows 7 ultimate , laptop run windows and when windows goes to the part when user loging mast show on screen, windows put some blue background with no icons and other staf. Help please

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    Brian@ASUS
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    how clean of a install did you do? is this an upgrade? and is this a legit copy of windows or bootleg? Back up all your data and try doing another clean install with a full reformat.

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    goranthe
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian@ASUS View Post
    how clean of a install did you do? is this an upgrade? and is this a legit copy of windows or bootleg? Back up all your data and try doing another clean install with a full reformat.
    I have olrady tried clean instal with format several times and get the same resault. Is that becouse the windows is bootleg?

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    goranthe
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    I'm not upgrade windows, I'm instal the new one. I have windows home premium 64bit but I wont to instal windows ultimate 64 bit. Do you have some sugestion or advise?

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    Could be a bad disc. Does it look scratched?

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    Goranthe, the best way to go about that is, if you have access to legal Retail or OEM Windows 7 64bit Home Premium disks install from that to give yourself a good fresh clean load using the license attached to your PC, to go from Home Premium to Ultimate from there I would suggest going the Anytime upgrade route either directly from Microsoft or a reseller of any sort.

    I used this to legally go from Home Premium to Ultimate
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-772-_-Product

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    goranthe
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pyro411 View Post
    Goranthe, the best way to go about that is, if you have access to legal Retail or OEM Windows 7 64bit Home Premium disks install from that to give yourself a good fresh clean load using the license attached to your PC, to go from Home Premium to Ultimate from there I would suggest going the Anytime upgrade route either directly from Microsoft or a reseller of any sort.

    I used this to legally go from Home Premium to Ultimate
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-772-_-Product



    Thanks a lot!!!

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    You're welcome. oh & the upgrade from Home Premium to Ultimate doesn't take to awfully long, I'd say from start to finish from Premium to Ultimate roughly 30-60 minutes in total after all is said and done.

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    Brian@ASUS
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    yea some bootlegs depending on where its sourced from could have been corrupted. try to get at least an oem disk and using your serial key

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    *cough* I never posted this *cough*

    http://forum.notebookreview.com/wind...ml#post5437866

    The above URL is how to download the ISO from DigitalRiver "Microsoft's primary digital distributor" and how to edit the ISO file so it's universal.

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