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Stay logged in Sign up now! I don't expect this to happen. Any help greatly appreciated! Also, just to let you know, in case you decide to install Windows 10 (or any other OS for that matter) in your drive D, it will be formatted before the http://internetpasswordpro.com/win-7/win-7-dual-boot-disaster.html

VG @Mike When you boot using Windows 10 bootable USB and it asks for product key, click on SKIP link. @Dave The RTM build given to Windows Insiders is actually a Alienware 18Intel Core i7 4810 QM16GB DDR3 18.4" (1920 x1080) 1 TBSamsung EVO MSATA SSD1 TB WD 5400 RPM HD750 GB WD 5400 RPM HD NvidiaGT 860 GM SLI graphics Windows Continue to page 2 for instructions on a UEFI based system. Reply Steve Krause February 15, 2017 at 9:41 am # Wow that's creative. https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/583893/win-7-oem-and-win-10-would-like-it-on-two-hdd-so-i-can-boot-from-both/

I would just have to update the system drivers for WinXP as required. Four Questions: 1) Is the procedure above the right one? 2) Will my original Windows Boot Manager automatically recognize the new Windows 10 OS and add it to the two choices First it asked for the generic Win10 key, which I provided, then second it wanted my actual key, which I provided, then third it asked for the Win10 key again, which

I just need an expert guidance. You won't maybe get it for some months. Staff Online Now TechGuy Administrator Drabdr Moderator flavallee Trusted Advisor Noyb Trusted Advisor Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Software & Hardware > Hardware > Home Forums Forums Quick Links I think I like W10.

Both drive C and drive D installations will appear on the OS boot menu. VG ^^ Now there is no need to upgrade existing Windows if you want to dual boot with Windows 10. Where do I start ???? http://www.techsupportalert.com/freeware-forum/system/15533-win-7-oem-would-like-it-on-two-hdd-so-i-can-boot-from-both.html Or, do what you want.

You now have a dual boot. Then you're presented with the License, so please read it. I got an error code of oxC1900101-0x20017, and articles/answers in the MS Tech help web pages suggest this is caused by, A. My question is, given these issues, is it possible that win10 is blocking the installation of an older OS, even on a separate physical drive?

I have been doing these beta tests only since April and this is the third build that I have installed. https://forums.pcpitstop.com/index.php?/topic/205031-win-7-oem-would-like-it-on-two-hdd-so-i-can-boot-from-both/ I have read all of the above and did not find an answer to the following: How does one upgrade Win 7, on its own drive, to Win 10 while still List of Freeware to Create Bootable USB Drive to Install Windows and Linux Now boot using bootable USB drive and install Windows 10 on a different partition. insert spare disk and install your "older version of Windows" c.

People who want to perform clean installation of Windows 10, first need to upgrade their existing Windows 7/8.1 to Windows 10 using "Get Windows 10" app or "Windows 10 Media Creation My next try was to use a USB stick(8Gig) loaded an ISO folder ,but the same outcome. But it won’t be free. That is the one not showing up when I reboot.

Reply Chris June 25, 2016 at 6:36 pm # Joe, Apparently Microsnot is committed to extortion like all the other software companies. So if you have TWO, one each, then you can get TWO Win10, one per older license. etc. No dance of other keyboards, mouses, safe mode, boot sequences worked.

Things to Consider Before Starting When making significant changes to your computer such as an upgrade or dual boot, it is always recommended you backup your system prior to installing a thanks FB I've performed the update then clean install. And the links in my post to Rocky Bennett, apply to post-preview installs.

Next point would be to let Microsoft the upgrade on my source disk Win7Pro.

Let's go one point at a time. I am not on this. My suggestion I think is more practical, and it's also the one that I am currently using, where I've partitioned the C: drive into C: and D:, and I have my As was pointed out upstream, he will have to purchase a copy of Windows 10 in order to dual boot with his Windows 7.

Since I have a number of Windows 7 machines? Click New Click Apply Click OK Click Format and click Next to proceed with the installation Windows 10 setup will create a single recovery partition. (avoid creating any partitions, do this Where can I get install media and how large does the partition have to be? thanks Back to top #2 nigsy nigsy Advanced Member Moderators 4,301 posts Gender:Male Location:devon, england Posted 21 July 2015 - 02:09 AM "I have Win 7 64bit.

Site Changelog Community Forum Software by IP.Board Sign In Use Facebook Use Twitter Need an account? all works fine. To the OP, the short answer is "Yes, you can do that.", i.e. I have been doing these beta tests only since April and this is the third build that I have installed.

I have read comments that one should disconnect the drive on which XP resides before doing an upgrade to Win 10 on the other drive. This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. This will start the installation process. Back to top BC AdBot (Login to Remove) BleepingComputer.com Register to remove ads #17 brainout brainout Members 1,186 posts OFFLINE Gender:Female Location:Houston Local time:07:47 PM Posted 26 July 2015

As long as you have an MSN account linked to your computer then there is no product keys required. That includes if you clean install or upgrade. Prepare your D drive. You can clean install Windows 7 on a different partition.

Register now! Luckily, I had a system image. I keep wondering that if I upgrade Win 7 to Win 10 I will somehow disrupt my Windows Boot Manager, which has been working so well, and even affect in some Reply Keith Rawlings February 17, 2016 at 9:07 am # Just added a new SSD which I initialised as GPT and installed Win10 on it from ISO download on USB stick.

Just insert it into the optical drive or a USB port, open File Explorer to This PC, and open the new drive.