That said, these are retail versions that require a retail key. After reading over more carefully, you want to make sure you're downloading the exact same version of Windows 7 that was installed on your computer. But than, there are a lot of senseless application which I don't want to use. Posted 14 February - Similar help and support threads.
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Originally Posted by ignatzatsonic. All I want to do is make a restore disc like it says in the event I have to restore the laptop.
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I heard somewhere that this might actually work. After reading over more carefully, you want to make sure you're downloading the exact same version of Windows 7 that was installed wineows your computer. I think COEM may be a system builder's license.
All times are GMT I'm just looking for an alternative site Windows 7 Home Premium bit. We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site the association bonus does not count. Backup, Imaging, Disk Management Forum. This is annoying why wont it backup to disc from the hidden partition to dvd.
Where to download a legal copy of Windows 7 Home Premium OEM .iso
Whats the point in having the operating system sticker underneath if you cant make a backup. You might not have to actually use them. Sorry if you see any typos, I was on my phone. The Antipodes Local time: Ok, so I have a computer that came pre-installed with Windows 7 Home Premium bit. OEM keys not accepted.
So, some simplified steps: Search Advanced Search section: Now I was preimum to backup the computer using Acronis True Image, but during the beginning of that, it gave me a lot of sector errors, so I just chose to ignore all of them. The way the machine was configured when I received it was that the smaller disk was designated as the C:.
Originally Posted by rumpled I have the COA 25 character product key on the side of my computer case. That must be where you went. I tried to download the original Windows 7 Home Premium and entered the serial key of the bottom of the laptop but I can't activate my Windows with this key.
There is a MS site that only works with retail keys. I think you are offered the choice of doing it immediately during the installation, but you can say no to that and do it later.