|01 Aug 2012||#1|
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Installing Windows 7 on ssd
I have Dell Inspiron 1520, which was shipped with Windows Vista 32Bit. Last year I bought Windows 7 Home Premium Upgrade and upgrade it to Windows 7 64bit.
In next few days I will be switching to ssd drive.
Because Windows 7 Upgrade is without SP1 I did download Windows 7 Home Premium with SP1 from Digital River and put on usb stick.
My plan is: clean install using this usb stick and then put Windows product key from my windows upgrade box. Is this will work? If yes then great will save me a lot of time if not what is the best and quicker way to do this?
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