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Windows 7: Windows setup couldn't work on this hardware

02 Jan 2010   #11
gregrocker

 

If you have Tech Support then use it. You paid for it.

They should help you find out why Win7 won't install.

If not, what did you pay for?

You don't need a warranty return or service request, just plain old telephone tech support to help you work through the issues.

Use it repeatedly until you get the questions answered which were asked here, and enough advice to find out what must be done to get Windows 7 installed.


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03 Jan 2010   #12
Imtiaz383

Vista Home Premium
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by gregrocker View Post
If you have Tech Support then use it. You paid for it.

They should help you find out why Win7 won't install.

If not, what did you pay for?

You don't need a warranty return or service request, just plain old telephone tech support to help you work through the issues.

Use it repeatedly until you get the questions answered which were asked here, and enough advice to find out what must be done to get Windows 7 installed.
Lol. I lied, i didn't buy the windows 7, i downloaded it and burned it.
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03 Jan 2010   #13
Imtiaz383

Vista Home Premium
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by gregrocker View Post
If you have Tech Support then use it. You paid for it.

They should help you find out why Win7 won't install.

If not, what did you pay for?

You don't need a warranty return or service request, just plain old telephone tech support to help you work through the issues.

Use it repeatedly until you get the questions answered which were asked here, and enough advice to find out what must be done to get Windows 7 installed.
they wouldn't help with illegal copies of windows. they told me that if i buy the real version then it should work well. I don't believe that
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07 Jan 2010   #14
Imtiaz383

Vista Home Premium
 
 

Ha! that's ****ed i knew you wouldn't reply if i said that
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