Quote: Originally Posted by zigzag3143
Quote: Originally Posted by mickey megabyte
hi barker, and welcome to the forums.
a clean install is generally preferred, but you can upgrade if you want, by editing one of the installation files.
mount your installation iso, and find the cversion.ini file in the sources folder, then change the MinClient number to 7232.
then resave/burn the new iso with the modified file, and everything should go smoothly.
hope this helps!
Since he wants to upgrade 7100 to 7600 wouldnt he have to set min to 7000?
hi i have problem my ver is 7100 ultimate 64bit iv doned change in file to 7000 but when i try to do upgrade i got confusing message:
cant upgrade from 64 to 32 bit ver
and lower :
cant upgrade from 32 to 64 bit ver
these messages are shown in same time, so wtf?
my cd is both 32/64 bit 7600
do u mabye now why i have two of these messages? im tryin just upgrade from 64 (7100 beta ver which i downloaded from microsoft) to 64 bit(7600).
these is the name of torr.: Windows 7 Ultimate AIO Activated
im just wondering if its not easer to use WET??
SRY for post i decided to do clean install
its alot beter
1 its quicker
2 less hasle
3 it will be faster!
4 fresh registry
5 finnaly i will get rid of rubish