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Windows 7: Microsoft to ease Windows 7 upgrades to netbooks......

27 Oct 2009   #11
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There's no special price since the tool there is strictly free to start with. It also works for the RC when tried out there. But you have to agree the shareware version of UltraISO allows you to reformat the usb flash drive if you still have data on it or originally had reformatted it to another file system like NTFS.

In some cases here a few saw a live Linux distro installed to make up a data recovery stick or simply used to create an install key for the RCs.


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