How to install Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit? I know how to install OS but I’m never sure that all drivers all installed. I’m planning to buy new laptop with DOS and I just have to insert W7U 64 bit installation CD and all drivers will be installed automatically? I’m a bit afraid. HELP
Maybe I should bring my new laptop to service and let them install my W7 or all drivers will be installed automatically?
Answer by Simon
Put in a cd, click install, and you’re finshed. If youy don’t have windows 7 yet I can give you a link to a torrent for windows 7 ultimate 32 bit an 64 bit
Answer by Nathaniel
All the copies of Windows 7 that I’ve heard of have a massive list of drivers that they’re compatible with. And even if your copy of Ultimate 64 bit doesn’t have the specific drivers, you can most usually use the generic stuff to get you up-and-going, and then just update them once Windows is up-and-going.
If you get your copy of Windows on a CD, then it should already have all the basic drivers you’ll need. You will probably have to update drivers anyway, because companies come out with driver updates all the time. Windows has an update manager built-in, so getting stuff to “work” right away shouldn’t be a problem. All you’ll have to do is put in the disk and turn the computer on. Even computers with pre-installed versions of Windows will usually check the disk drive for booting up before they go into the hard drive. (This can be changed in BIOS, but not recommended.)
I have Windows 7 ultimate installed and activated on my computer. If I bought a new computer and installed it on that, the activation will fail because it is already installed on one computer. How do I deactivate the key from computer A so it can be activated on computer B?
Changing the hard drive will not work, Microsoft blocked this because hard drives can be cloned.
Answer by yrjokin
I believe it can be done with extreme difficulty, but
have you considered switching the hard drives
Answer by Aaron
Simple, you don’t.
You must repurchase windows 7 ultimate again. Microsoft does not allow licenses to be transferred from one computer to another.
Update: first answers suggestion would cause a Blue Screen of Death due to incorrect drivers. And still would get deactivated because it will notice the motherboard change.
Answer by Jason_Windows_Team
Rather than attempt to deactivate and reactivate on a different computer, your best bet is to purchase Windows 7 again with a new product key.
Let us know if this helps.
Windows Outreach Team