BIF wrote:And...it's not a waste of time. It's a planned sidegrade that's really very badly tailored to my Asus G73, but I'm doing it because latest versions are good, right?
BIF wrote:Question 1:
Any known issues with doing a Windows 8 Pro "Upgrade" in place? I had heard promising things (i.e., it went very smoothly for some people) back in January.
BIF wrote:Question 2:
If upgrading in place, how much freespace should I start with on my C partition? I can make this happen; I just need a starting point.
BIF wrote:Question 3:
Other than using Macrium Reflect on Windows 7 to take images of my local drive partitions and building a Win PE recovery disc with Reflect's recovery disk creation tool (before I begin), are there any other precautions I should take and/or any wacky stuff I need to look out for?
Thanks in advance!
derFunkenstein wrote:License is plenty valid. You can choose to roll back if you want. And if you choose to, the hdd might be your only way if Asus didn't give you media.
Airmantharp wrote:derFunkenstein wrote:License is plenty valid. You can choose to roll back if you want. And if you choose to, the hdd might be your only way if Asus didn't give you media.
I didn't know/consider this. I just figured that if I tried to reinstall 7 that it wouldn't authenticate except to re-upgrade it to Windows 8.
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