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Windows 7: audit mode new install

21 Mar 2015   #1

win 7 pro
audit mode new install

I have an ssd and a mechanical drive in my laptop so Im trying to install OS on the ssd and user files on other drive. I found the info how to do it on this site. Run the windows seven install and when I come to a screen that asks for user name and computer name Im suppose to press Ctrl & Shift & F3. Nothing happens what am i doing wrong. Is the process the same for all versions of win 7 I have Ultimate. Could the process be different for different laptops manufacturer's

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23 Mar 2015   #2

win 7 pro

Sorry to see there is not much info on Audit mode
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