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Where can I get Windows 7 64x SP1 home premium up-to-date

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NoUserName    3

Hello,

I've just bought my new mini laptop today which is aspire one 722.

I've upgraded the HDD to 1 TB and RAM to 4 GB, but the guy in the market told me that I will need to install windows operating system in my own because I've replaced the HDD.

I do have the key label in the back of the laptop for windows home premium as fine.

So now I would like to know where exactly I can downloaded latest up-to-date copy of windows home premium 64x sp1 ?

Also can I do the same thing as the original HDD ? I mean to add a recovery option ...etc

Thanks a lot

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Blaze_Zewi    51

From Microsoft... where else? The file you need is called...

windows6.1-KB976932-X64.exe

http://www.microsoft...ls.aspx?id=5842

As for your second question. Without the manufactured restore/recovery disc the awnser is no.

Windows do have a built in Windows Restore Point, it will roll back to its last save restore point.

Dont know how well it work since I dont use it.

Since I back up my data to a portable hard drive. If thing went south on my system I'll just format and reinstall the operating system.

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Astra.Xtreme    2,135

You can torrent a Win 7 .iso if you want. As long as it's not a cracked copy, it's all fine and dandy.

When you get the .iso downloaded, the quickest option is probably to download the "Windows 7 USB DVD Download Tool" and make a bootable flash drive with it.

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leesmithg    226

The download link I gave is to genuine iso

As long as you have a retail serial they work.

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NoUserName    3

The download link I gave is to genuine iso

As long as you have a retail serial they work.

Yes I got it :)

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+Mando    3,631

the above is a legitmate and endorsed method by Microsoft.

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