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Windows 7: Do I need to delete all partitions when doing Clean Reinstall ?

09 Dec 2012   #11
Lovus

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I'm so sorry AddRAM . I just tried it Don't be mad
Ok I'll delete it because it's premature, just testing it .


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09 Dec 2012   #12
gregrocker

 

If your friend gave you a copy of Win8 which he said would activate through KMS servers then it was Enterprise which must have had a key available or it wouldn't activate through KMS servers.

But unless he assures you this is his business offering you a key to activate from his account, then it's best you should delete Win8 now. This gives you space to Extend both C and D if you want: Partition or Volume - Extend

or let us know if you'd like to distribute the unallocated space otherwise and we will give you the steps using Partition Wizard Resize Partition Video Help.
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