No you can't reinstall vista with the anytime upgrade, and if you can find a vista disk, any normal disk will work, it has all the versions on it, you can Ok, Now I get it. It says you have to register to get it to work. share|improve this answer answered Sep 12 '11 at 9:11 LazyOne 47636 1 It will not work. Source
I plan to have my brother, who knows a little better than me, help me do it but any guidance or tips you could give would definitely be appreciated. Just click the sign up button to choose a username and then you can ask your own questions on the forum. Join the community here, it only takes a minute. My System Specs Computer type Laptop System Manufacturer/Model Number Asus K52F or Lenovo B80 OS Win 7 x64 Home Premium (and x86 VirtualBox VM)/Win10 CPU i3 370M/i7 6500U Motherboard Asus/Lenovo Memory https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-windows_install/clean-install-w7-with-my-anytime-upgrade-key/cb2b8e38-4a83-42aa-a738-ce341fe63928
ZentharJul 7, 2011, 3:45 AM I have a "universal DVD" that I made from 2 retail ones (it includes all the versions except Enterprise in both x86 and x64 flavors). The disc >>>doesn't have the product key embedded within it for validation against >>>what you enter. Ask a question and give support. I will have to wait until tomorrow as it's way past my >bed time. > >Thanks again Ken. >regards. > >Al.
But the CD doesn't carry the key! I have never gone through this process with Win7 although I have done it with WinXP Pro several times. If you don't know what it is then run a key search tool to retrieve it: http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/product_cd_key_viewer.html As I understand it any Win 7 retail dvd contains all versions regardless of You may also...
However, jobbers that do >lots of builds don't even have to enter the key after the install since >their copy is already pre-validated but there is still is a key on Login now. An Anytime Upgrade key cannot be used for a Clean install - it requires an activated and validated installation from which to upgrade. http://windowssecrets.com/forums/showthread.php/140595-Does-Windows-7-Anytime-Upgrade-allow-full-clean-install I want to know if its a waste of time.
The key on the packages are for the version I bought. I have read that Belarc Advisor will show the key but as I stated that didn't work. Ultimately a phone call to Microsoft is all it took and they were able to assist in activation. Allen Drake, Mar 25, 2012 #4 Allen Drake Guest On Sun, 25 Mar 2012 23:46:17 +0100, "Dave-UK" <> wrote: > >"Allen Drake" <> wrote in message news:... >> >> I am
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I've got the OEM version so MS want me... this contact form I plan on doing this because I > want to have a fresh install on the SSDs I am now using to be sure I > have them all aligned properly. Promoted by Experts Exchange More than 75% of all records are compromised because of the loss or theft of a privileged credential. Similar Topics [Info] Reformat/reinstall with infected computer?
My Dell XPS8300 2.5 year old Seagate 1TB HD is going south. john11139 posted Jan 4, 2017 NTFS.SYS causing BSODs on wake/startup (sometimes) JonathanTOOKMYNAME posted Jan 4, 2017 video streaming problem alcaiola posted Jan 4, 2017 APP CRASH ca10c3sar posted Jan 3, 2017 I clicked on anytime upgrade on the start menu and one of the >>>options is to enter a purchased key,which I have.
If it doesn't matter what key I use then I am all set for all three systems. Aug 13, 2009 Add New Comment You need to be a member to leave a comment. Member Login Remember Me Forgot your password? Advertisements Latest Threads Icons on Windows 7 are frozen, cant move nothing?
That could be a volume install (not a volume license but a mass install of a sysprep image) and the COA sticker carries a different product key (but for the same The key reflects the product installed. Hope you have the email with the key. Check This Out If it doesn't matter what >>>>key I use then I am all set for all three systems.
I >>am still missing one key for a third system. Shove 11 of the CDs in a drawer and use just >one to do all the installs and when each asks for a product key then you >use the one on Once it's finished, I want to use it to do a fresh install of Windows. Change the size of a math symbol What does just ";" inside an "if" block mean?
Can anyone help? I need to know if others have used it and it is legit. After a couple of weeks I used Windows Anytime Upgrade to upgrade it to... I need to >>have the key available that will install Ultimate.
It seems that MS should provide the answer without having to use 3rd party work arounds.