|22 Oct 2011||#1|
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Repairing Windows with different version of Windows !!
This seems to work just in case you are testing various versions of Windows and have problems with Booting
You CAN use the repair option on a different level of Windows to the one you are currently using -- so long as both the install disk and the target Windows system are both x-86 or x-64.
I've repaired a Windows 7 Ultimate install with the repair option booting from a Windows 7 Home Premium disk and also the other way around
You don't need (for the repair function) to enter a serial number.
Note that you should only use this for BOOT problems and only if you don't have the correct disk immediately to hand --saves downloading a 4 GB or so ISO --even using a FAST connection it will take a while.
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