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Windows 7 Clean Install From Upgrade Media Confirmed


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#1 Bodaggit23

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Posted 25 June 2009 - 03:47 PM

This is basically the same with Vista, as posted in the Vista section.

"Can I use a Windows 7 Upgrade version to perform a clean install of the OS?"

This is becoming particularly antsy for people because they want to take advantage of the time-limited Windows 7 presale, which starts tomorrow.

So, what the heck, I asked.

The answer, I'm told, is ... Yes. You can perform a clean install of Windows 7 with the Upgrade media, as you could with Windows Vista.


http://community.winsupersite.com/blogs/pa...4-upgrades.aspx
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