when I type in the slmgr /rearm in cmd they came out with the error 0xc004c032. I understand that with ssds one needs to do a CLEAN WIPE using partition magic or soemthing like that since ssds do not do good with layering data. Win8 running smoothly on my new ssd now... :P Reply steve November 16, 2012 at 3:28 pm # I found this very helpful.Tips. 1/. Put that thing in your back-pack in (semi) sleep mode, and the ultra-low-power 3rd core is here to stream your music, video, and all these documents that you simply want to this contact form
That's the theory, anyway. This was despite extensive searching. After all, we are booting from the DVD, and planning to enter the upgrade key later, so the hard drive can be blank. Reply Tom April 19, 2013 at 6:15 am # I appreciate your help - but - did you really test it?
Login or register to post comments paxonus on Feb 12, 2013 I have a question about the download options in the Upgrade Assistant. Computer Type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Home built Intel i7-3770k-based system OS Win 10 Pro 64bit CPU Intel i7-3770k, Overclocked to 4.6GHz (46x100) with Corsair H110i GT cooler Motherboard ASRock Z77 Microsoft also only allows you to download Windows 8.1 installation media with a Windows 8.1 key, so we'll show you another trick that allows you to download Windows 8.1 installation media But from what I can see—after an admittedly short examination—Microsoft has done the right thing this time around.
Thanks! weblink They'll hack, crack and beat the daylights out of any Windows made. LouDogSep 29, 2013, 3:41 AM k1114 said: If you have the iso, then you can just run it off usb or cd and do a custom install. What I want to know is can I boot from this usb and get a clean install when I already have Windows 8 32bit installed? Windows 8 Anytime Upgrade Key
Reply mk October 29, 2012 at 5:52 am # - got upgrade offer 14.99 thru some old Win 7. - burned the dvd after download. - went to desktop booted with Do a clean install or clean install with UEFI with your Windows 8 upgrade USB/DVD, and enter your Windows 8 product key number during installation. And that’s because a PC that came with Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows 7 does qualify. navigate here In fact, you only can buy upgrades on Microsoft Store, if you want a retail copy, you need to buy it elsewhere right now as Microsoft itself is not making those
Frustrating... How To Install Windows 8 Pro Ask a new question Read More Clean Install Hard Drives Windows 8 SSD Windows 7 Related Resources solved windows 8 "clean" install on a new SSD, using windows 7 from recovery The W8 installation process seemed to recognise the Windows 7(OEM) on the original partition and installed from DVD direct to the new partition without comment.
Thank you much for explaining in detail. I'm just about to order Windows 8 on the upgrade assistant but it just says: .Windows 8 Pro I am currently on Vista Home Premium x64 Will Windows Pro 8 be I re-installed windows yesterday on a Clean drive, had to activate by phone. Clean Install Windows 8 Pro Reply Ram November 7, 2012 at 8:33 pm # I too had the problem of activation.
Reply Bob Penn October 28, 2012 at 2:10 am # Update: I also didn't have to re-activate after the reboot. windows should be activated on completion. (This is normally done immediately after Installation, so you may have to install again). All I have is an Windows8-Setup.exe file and it takes me right into upgrading my current install (which I don't want to do). his comment is here I dont know what I am doing wrong?
First, the word “media” in “Upgrade media” is a bit more nuanced. That is, using one Windows 7 PC, I’ve run the Upgrade Advisor from Windows.com and stepped through the Upgrade process, buying a product key, and then cancelling it from there. This was great. I don't have the ISO so I'd have to create the USB recovery drive to do this option.
Fresh install on a clean hard drive on a laptop.I had expected the Win 8 installer to ask for a DVD from a previous version. It installed no problem, but then said it wasn't licensed. Regardless of how you choose to install Windows 8 on your existing PC—Upgrade or Custom—when you boot into Windows 8 for the first time, you can see that the system is The work around worked perfectly.12 hours later and I have a clean Windows 8 Pro install on a Parallels VM.Grateful!