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Windows 7: 'Repair' install of Italian Home Premium 32-bit

02 Mar 2012   #1
tooc

Win7 Home Premium 64-bit
 
 
'Repair' install of Italian Home Premium 32-bit

I have a problem with an Italian Windows 7 32-bit Home Premium installation that I have been unable to resolve. So I am resorting to a 'repair' install.

I downloaded the English Win 7 32-bit generic version as an ISO file and started to perform an 'upgrade' install.

However, I didn't get very far before I received the message that I couldn't upgrade due to the language difference.

I searched on the internet but could not find an Italian version. I did find a language pack for Italian, but it is claimed to be for higher versions of Win 7 than Home Premium. In any case it isn't clear to me what I would have to do with this language pack.

Does anybody have any suggestions regarding where I can find an applicable ISO or what else I can do in order to proceed?


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02 Mar 2012   #2
gregrocker
Microsoft MVP

 

Searching the list of offficial Win7 ISO with SP1 downloads, I do not see Italian Home Premium, only Italian Pro in both bit versions. Windows 7 Digital River direct links: Multiple Languages; X86 & X64 - Page 60

You can search the thread further or just go ahead and download Pro and Unlock any version with eicfg removal tool to burn to DVD or write to flash stick, use your licensed Premium for Repair Install, Clean Install Windows 7 or Clean Reinstall Windows 7 Factory OEM .
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02 Mar 2012   #3
AddRAM

Windows 7 Pro x64 Windows 10 Pro x64
 
 

What is your problem? Maybe we can help you. Do you have a recovery partition?
Language packs are done through windows update but are only available for 7 Pro or 7 Ultimate.
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