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  1. punkishbloke

    Windows 10 upgrade can do one......

    Hi guys, So i decided to finaly bite the bullet and upgrade my Windows 7 home 64bit mainly because its not going to be offered for free come this July and i thought it would be relativly painless...... 1st attempt- Just upgrade my system it downloaded all fine ran through some bits and bobs then rebooted and locked up at 2% total copying files. 2nd attempt- Unplugged my 2nd hard drive and optical drive as this was suggested by somone and through again same result. 3rd attempt- downloaded windows 10 not from a main installed and bunged on a memory stick and tried to upgrade this way i got to 9% total still copying files then hung. 4th attempt- clean install of windows 7 on a blank drive tried both usb an re downloading through the 10 upgrade software same result. 5th attempt- took everything i didnt need out of my system so i was left with 1 stick of ram, 1 gpu, and a wired connection to router, same result there where three or four other attempts all failed #at copying files one of them crapped my windows 7 install up so i had to do another fresh install of that so im back on windows 7 ive checked about and all my parts seem compatible with windows 10 ive been through every google search i can imagine for fixes. So im kind of thinking m stuck with windows 7 i dont think ive ever had this much of a problem installing an os the funny thing is it went on the misses old crappy net book fine 1st try so im pretty stumped guys and any help would be greatly appreciated.
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