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Windows 7: Windows 7 reinstall need help bad!

24 Nov 2009   #1
Raacs

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Windows 7 reinstall need help bad!

Hello thare, well a few days ago i purchased windows 7 for like 30$ online as i am a college student, i made the purchase cause my computer kept freezing and screwing up, so i installed the upgrade and it was working great for a few days. now it is taking forever to start up and once it starts it's super slow and takes forever to do anything, so i wanted to reinstall windows 7 i know how to reinstall cause i have done it with windows xp. But the problem is since i bought a "windows upgrade" i don't have a disk to reinstall with and with my computer being super slow i can't get back onto it and run the windows upgrade to fix it! so is there anyway i can download and burn the disk to a cd with my laptop or other computer? the one i download was Windows 7 Home Premium (x64) (build 7600) if anyone has any info that would be great thanks!


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24 Nov 2009   #2
Tews

64-bit Windows 8.1 Pro
 
 

Did you download the files from Digital River?? If you still have the files, you can create a bootable USB flash drive and use it to do a clean install... See Brinks tutorial on this -=> Here
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24 Nov 2009   #3
gregrocker
Microsoft MVP

 

Bootable ISO - Create from Installation Files

Another method from SIW2 which worked for many here.

After burning the disk, boot from it to do a Custom install, using Advanced drive tools to delete all, create new, then format before install.

I hope you backed up your files. If not then you might want to try to get to desktop to run a repair install (upgrade over itself) to see if it helps although it will normally carry over in-place Upgrade corruption. Of course if you can get to the desktop then you can copy files.

Also boot into the new DVD Repair console and try a few Startup Repairs and System Restore to before problems appeared.

We can help you try to salvage or reinstall here.
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