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Windows 7: 7100 to 7137

31 May 2009   #11
njel

Windows 7 Build 7232 x64 RC
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Cesarcsrf View Post
how do you guys do a update install ?
I just extract the ISO file with WinRAR in a temporary folder and I run the setup.exe from there.
After I just choose Upgrade in the installation process.

Hope it will help you.


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31 May 2009   #12
Muad Dib

XP Pro & Vista Home Premium (x86); Windows Ultimate 7600 x64 Retail
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Snuffy View Post
NO, you do not. I have upgraded every version. Even the versions that normally could not be. I'm love UPGRADES, while others LOVE CLEAN.
Hello Snuffy!

It's me again.

I still cannot do an upgrade. Same problem. I have a Win 7-7100 installed on a 35GB partition with 15GB free. I start an upgrade and stops stating that I need 20GB of FREE space to continue.

How on earth are all of you folks getting around the disk space check? Does an upgrade REALLY need 20GB of FREE space?

I am extracting the ISO image to another hard drive partition and clicking the SETUP.EXE.


Arrrgh!
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31 May 2009   #13
Snufffed

 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by darkmax View Post
I heard build 7140 has been compiled and likely to include quite a few new features. I've been holding back getting the leaked 7137 for the 7140.
Rumors that I read is 7140 is FAKE. also very old.
[quote]31.05.09 pre-RTM winmainbranch:
6.1.7137.0.winmain.090521-1745- build leaked to web
6.1.7138.0.winmain.090522-xxxx
6.1.7139.0.winmain.090526-xxxx
6.1.7140.0.winmain.090527-xxxx
6.1.7141.0.winmain.090528-xxxx
6.1.7225.0.winmain.090529-хххх - actual build inwinmainbranch, other build is FAKE! (Site actually released 7137. FAKE is reference to 7140.)

Service Packwinmain_sp branch:
6.1.7141.0.winmain_sp.090528-xxxx
6.1.7225.0.winmain_sp.090529-хххх - actual build in winmain_sp branch

Service Packwinmain_win7ids_sp branch:
6.1.7138.0.winmain_win7ids_sp.090523-2200
6.1.7139.0.winmain_win7ids_sp.090526-xxxx
6.1.7140.0.winmain_win7ids_sp.090527-xxxx
6.1.7141.0.winmain_win7ids_sp-090528-xxxx
6.1.7200.0.winmain_win7ids_sp.090529-xxxx - actual build
(Many believe 7200 is RTM)
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31 May 2009   #14
Snufffed

 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Muad Dib View Post
Hello Snuffy!

It's me again.

I still cannot do an upgrade. Same problem. I have a Win 7-7100 installed on a 35GB partition with 15GB free. I start an upgrade and stops stating that I need 20GB of FREE space to continue.

How on earth are all of you folks getting around the disk space check? Does an upgrade REALLY need 20GB of FREE space?

I am extracting the ISO image to another hard drive partition and clicking the SETUP.EXE.


Arrrgh!
I have the following:
c:\Vista SP2 (see pic)
d:\All my downloaded programs
e:\ All Downloaded compressed OS's XP thru Vista
f:\ All downloaded compressed versions of Win7.
g:\ All howto Pirate Files.
H:\ All my EMails, and special family stuff. (mostly Hidden and password protected.) Passwords stored on removable Flash drive.
I:\ DVD device
J:\ DVD device
K:\ Movies
L:\ Installed version of Win7. (see pic)

I use Winrar or UltraISO to uncompress and move my OS to F:\ Install
where I then open and check cversion and EI plus a couple of other items.
changing what I need if anything. go back to and click setup, when appropiate click UPGRADE.


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07 Jun 2009   #15
Muad Dib

XP Pro & Vista Home Premium (x86); Windows Ultimate 7600 x64 Retail
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Snuffy View Post
I have the following:
c:\Vista SP2 (see pic)
d:\All my downloaded programs
e:\ All Downloaded compressed OS's XP thru Vista
f:\ All downloaded compressed versions of Win7.
g:\ All howto Pirate Files.
H:\ All my EMails, and special family stuff. (mostly Hidden and password protected.) Passwords stored on removable Flash drive.
I:\ DVD device
J:\ DVD device
K:\ Movies
L:\ Installed version of Win7. (see pic)

I use Winrar or UltraISO to uncompress and move my OS to F:\ Install
where I then open and check cversion and EI plus a couple of other items.
changing what I need if anything. go back to and click setup, when appropiate click UPGRADE.
I finally broke down (translation - had some free time) and created enough free space to do an UPGRADE to 7127 - again. I never was able to reduce the free space requirement. I had to create 20GB of free space.

How is the free space requirement determined?.

That is my concern. In the future will a Win7 partition requires as much free space as is currently in use - by the OS and any apps - for an upgrade to succeed? Hmmm.....

On anothet note - my in-ability to uninstall EMC10 and re-install it on a different partition WAS NOT A WIN7 PROBLEM. The problem was that Roxio's "clean install" instructions, for 64 bit Win7 (and I suspect Vista 64 bit) are not so clean. First I received a "private" link from Roxio to a later install kit. Second it STILL would not work until I discovered an orphaned Roxio registry key in WOW6432 that must be manually deleted.

Thanks Snuffy for the help!
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