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Windows 7: direct Install from HDD - HELP PLS

16 Nov 2009   #1

Win 8 Pro
 
 
direct Install from HDD - HELP PLS

Hai guys, i like to install and test win 7 in my old laptop.
its dvd drive its not working. I hav coppied the ISO file to D: drive. and need to install it on C: drive ( which runs Vista currently )

I just need a upgrade instalation.

can I do in this way ?
can I copy / Excrate the ISO file's contents ( setup files ) in a folder ( D Drive )
and simply install it using setup.exe file ?

( just like win XP installing )

is it possible?
thanks guys

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16 Nov 2009   #2
Microsoft MVP

 

Extract the installer files using 7zip, PowerISO trial, or WinRAR trial to your Vista Desktop and run Setup. If you want an in-place upgrade, choose Upgrade so your programs, files and settings will be retained

If you want a cleaner install, choose Custom and it will overwrite your Vista installation and put all files into a windows.old folder.
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