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Windows 7: Vista64 Seven Upgrade Problem

13 Jan 2010   #11

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Vista x64 / 7 X64

You are probably bestsaving the iso on another partition . Extract the .iso on there too , and run setup.

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13 Jan 2010   #12
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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by MitchellScheetz View Post
Alright, i reinstalled Pro Wireless and can now uninstall it. But ive read Intel Pro Wireless is responsible for your internet. I dont wanna uninstall a program responsible for my wifi lol.

EDIT: I have no DvD drive like said. I use Daemon Tools to mount the ISO of Win 7....

ANOTHER EDIT....: Well I have other ISO Mounting programs I can use. But it said i DONT need to uninstall the programs. Are you sure I need too?
If you're going to do the in-place upgrade you'll need to uninstall wireless driver until after it starts back up, then reinstall it in device manager.

Daemon Tools is not compatible with Windows 7. Extract the files to the desktop to run Setup, burn to DVD or write to USB flash stick: USB Windows 7 Installation Key Drive - Create You will need a bootable installer for repairs, or to do the cleanest possible clean install.
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14 Jan 2010   #13

Windows Vista 64 Bit

Uninstalled Net Wireless, installed Win 7, working fine.
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