Sorry to come back to you guys late, something came up for my work projects. Thank you for your attentions. Below are my replies:
There wouldn't seem to be any sensible reason for the original factory recovery to create slow performance, so I'd wonder more if there is a hardware cause (beyond an Atom just being a slow processor). And it seems unlikely in that case that Windows 7 would improve matters - the effect on system performance is little different between Win 7 and 8.1
However if you really want to use the Windows 7 in its trial period as a diagnostic, the most likely installation problem I can think of is if the Win 7 installation USB has been formatted as NTFS, in most cases it needs to be FAT32 to boot on a UEFI system.
Hi, Thank you for your reply.
The computer performance works fine in one installation scenario, the audio works fine in another installation scenario, and I had been through back and forth between the mentioned scenarios, I think hardware are all working, it is just they(performance and audio) don'e work together in one scenario. I understand you when you said "There wouldn't seem to be any sensible reason for the original factory recovery to create slow performance", but my user experiences as described stated differently, my long time user experiences of computer falls on a domain which kept me at a point where near a line I might call "system incapacitation" but never actually touched that line, it is like there are some superintelligence hackers are behind this, ...as a a figure of speech.
I noticed and tried Win 7 installation USB in format Fat 32 based on a few similar online reports like you mentioned, but no, it did not work for my case.
You have thirty days to activate Windows. If after that time you have not activated it the operating system will be switched to a Reduced Functional mode. After the thirty day period you will see a notice to activate your copy of Windows 7 every hour. You will not be able to get any updates. You will lose support for your Windows 7 software, this includes Microsoft downloads. You will lose certain visual features, Areo Glass Theme being a good part of this.
Please download and install Speccy to provide us with information about your computer. Clicking on this link will automatically initiate the download.
When Speccy opens you will see a screen similar to the one below.
Click on File which is outlined in red in the screen above, and then click on Publish Snapshot.
The following screen will appear, click on Yes.
The following screen will appear, click on Copy to Clipboard.
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Hi, Thank you for your reply. Is this(1) what you were talking about?
(1) The details of my computer: http://speccy.piriform.com/results/dAWoUrPPJn06uoDEgW1eSvZ
Edited by BenXY, 18 August 2016 - 05:10 AM.