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Windows 7: Loading Win7 on two separate HDD drives, same computer.

15 Dec 2010   #61


Will Win7 start up now?

Check the Performance log to see if it recorded what caused the hang. Rightclick Computer>Properties, click WEI score link, choose Advanced Tools. Look for cued issues on Tools page, Generate A System Health report.

To help us catch up with where you are, can you summarize succinctly what you have done and what you plan to do.

Best way to transfer files between computers is send them over Network, or drag and drop to external, stick or DVD.

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04 Mar 2014   #62

Windows 7 Pro 64-bit SP1

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Kari View Post
I'm not getting any popularity prices with this, but I still feel it is an important thing to tell:

Please keep in mind that what you are planning to do is not allowed by Microsoft, it is very clearly against Windows 7 EULA.
a. One Copy per Computer.
You may install one copy of the software on one computer. That computer is the "licensed computer."
Please do not PM me telling I'm a PITA. I know it already

Hasn't Microsoft historically allowed the installation of a Maintenance Copy on the same PC?
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