Please note, this also works with Windows Vista if you are still running that version. The computer still works, if you could call it that but speed up it isn't. I am only trying to help you by letting you know what actually will work. On your Software and Drivers Download page, select your Operating System and and Version. Lets take a look at how to do that. Please give me a reliable file I may use.
Popular online auction sites and some computer part suppliers might have an original recovery disc part in stock. It is the littelest effort you can think of in www land. I bought my laptop with preinstalled windows 7 home premium. And they just won't do that. I dont want to restore it on the factory settings because it comes with various other programs that cause some performance issues.
Please contact the device manufacturer for software recovery options. The first method will be the most reliable and complete, although there is no downloading involved. Once you find the part number of the recovery disc, use the number in your searches to get better results. You must have used a Retail Key to download your iso from the Microsoft site, oem keys do not work, you get a message telling you to contact the manufacturer for Recovery media. Hello, about a year ago I bought a samsung laptop. All it takes is one scratch on the label side of a recovery disk and the whole set becomes useless.
I lost the installation on my device, and the product key doesent working with the iso files that are from microsoft. I have more than enough space allocated for the restore points and yet they still disappear. Vista was then replaced by that store with the above described Windows 7. This is on the 64 bit version of Home Premium also. It would have everything you need - likely including the drivers and such. I found this site where I can download the iso file: Now, if I download Windows 7 Home Premium x64 will I be able to activate it with the product key on the sticker or should I download a different version? S gave this to me on my graduation last year. Edit: The key you have is Windows 7, it will not work.
I know because microsoft tould me it gives me this: Error The product key you entered appears to be for software pre-installed by the device manufacturer. Once you install, it'll activate itself. The key has most likely been used more than once and is now blacklisted by Microsoft. Vuelva a la Comunidad si tiene más dudas o problemas. But I have a few questions on how to do that.
Backup and Restore Hey all, I have windows 7 home premium x64 and i need to do a system recovery and roll it back to day one in a sense. The license stickered on the machine will be fine for the same Edition of win7 any bit version. So, you can not use your product key to download one from Microsoft. It is a home build, originally with Windows Vista on it. I have used the license activation key that was on the Windows certificate of authenticity without issue. It shows it for folders but not files. The problem happen when installed anther windows copy on the same driver.
Screwed up and with a partition drive locked it is. As far as I know the key will work with either 32-bit or 64-bit. If it were legit he would have been supplied with a hologrammed disc. Could anybody help me with a link? Click Start, right click Computer Click Properties Scroll down to Windows activation. The assistant from the microsoft helpchat was wrealy nice and tried to help me for hours and still nothing because event she doesen't find enithing. Doesn't pass the smell test. I got the product key from the base of the laptop.
The version of setup doesn't support my Windows. So I don't need to buy a license because I have one. I know that you are just a volunteer, and I am thankfull that you are trying to help but think about one thing: hp is just that little that it could not have a customer service where you could chat with somebody? Is there a tweak that will make it work work for files too? This system was built in the summer of 2009, before Windows 7 shipped. Thanks:D General Discussion In Vista it shows the file size on mouse hover but not so in Windows 7 Home Premium, at least not for me. You choose what works best for you.