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I need Windows 7 reinstalled. I have the OEM key.

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#1 XeonRider


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Posted 02 April 2015 - 06:04 PM

I need Windows 7 Ultimate reinstalled on my computer.

I have the OEM Product Key that was hidden in my laptop battery compartment.

Can someone give me the link? W7Forums, DigitalRiverContent, and the others don't work!

I need the ISO link. Please? I need space but I can't just go to C:\, and delete EVERYTHING.

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#2 Chris Cosgrove

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Posted 02 April 2015 - 06:38 PM

First of all - welcome to BC !  Second - relax, you have come to the right place for help !


First of all, can you download and run 'Speccy' and 'MiniToolBox', both of which are free downloads from BC. This is the link to 'Speccy' -




and these two images show you how to get the URL which is all you need to paste, the URL is anonymised -





This is the link for MiniToolBox -



Select the boxes shown in the image below when you run MTB, It will then produce a report in text format. Open the file and copy / paste all the test into your next post -




What makes you think you need to re-install your operating system?  If your hard drive is getting full then the answer is to, first, clean out any temporary files, and then to move any data - work, photos, music, videos - that you don't immediately need to an external drive of some sort. Once you have moved them to the external storage you can safely delete them off your C:\ drive. One other small point - if your 'Recycle bin' is full, try emptying it. files are not actually deleted off the hard drive until you do this.


But post back with the information above.


Chris Cosgrove

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