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Windows 7: How exactly step by step i can downgrade from Win 8 to Win 7 my Acer

29 Dec 2013   #11
theog

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by NickPap View Post
Hello guys,
It seems that the only way to boot is the UEFI. If i change that to Legacy i have the same and the same msg (no bootable device) even if i have enable the F12 menu.
So what i have tried this time was i had the UEFI enable and just the secure boot disable,i logged on in to windows, i run the install from the cd end when the system asked me where to install the fresh copy of windows i run the command promt, as administrator, and the command clean all. NOTHING AT ALL! I have no restrictions, not the right to do that! And who has???!
Please help me, i need to do just a simple format and downgrade to windows 7,why is so hard???
My laptop is Acer Aspire v3 -772G
Base work to do
UEFI/BIOS firmware.
1) DISABLE Secure Boot.
2) Set OS boot to LEGACY.
3) ENABLE the F12 One Time Boot Menu.

From Windows 7x64 DVD.
4) Boot Windows 7 x64 DVD from the F12 One Time Boot Menu in Legacy mode.
5) DELETE all partitions.
6) INSTALL Windows 7 x64 in Legacy mode.

For more details of the above read the post by WHS, gregrocker & myself above.


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11 Jan 2014   #12
NickPap

Windows 8 x64
 
 

Thanks a lot of your help guys,
I manage to return back the laptop and refund my money,
Acer community still waiting for a help..well done good job from all of you!!!
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