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NIM

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  1. NIM

    Hello

    Happy New Year Snowguy. Welcome to Wincert!
  2. Welcome Aeowulf! I am glad to see you here at Wincert
  3. Where did you get that info? We have an active discussion about this topic here:
  4. hey ferigno1, welcome to the Wincert community
  5. Just to be clear and I'm sure you're aware of that, running Windows 7 and Windows 10 in dual boot with the same key is illegal. Since the latest Windows 10's November update (1909), Microsoft has changed its Win 10 installer to accept Windows 7 and 8, 8.1 keys. Because of this change you are allowed to do a clean boot of Windows 10 2019 November update and use your Win 7, 8 or 8.1 keys. After using the Windows 7 key, Windows 10 will report this key to Microsoft’s servers, and you'll receive a digital entitlement or digital license to continue using Windows 10 for free. With all this said, if you create a dual boot with Window 10 1909, you'll be able to use and activate it with Windows 7 key and I seriously doubt that your Windows 7 will then be deactivated, but I just can't confirm this since I haven't tried it.
  6. According to Microsoft answers you'll be able to use the Win7 key even after you upgrade to Windows 10. Your Windows 7 license will always be valid and will not be changed or deactivated because of the upgrade to Windows 10: you'll be able to install or restore Windows 7 again in case you'll need to do that (provided that you've the Windows 7 installation DVD) https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/insider/forum/insider_wintp-insider_update/windows-10-insider-update/106f3930-d92c-4e58-97be-ed8a7228b3c6 Br, Nik
  7. Have you tried to remove all USB peripherals from the system prior to booting?
  8. Well, it could be nice if you'd be able to acquire another memory stick and try it on your MBO. If that won't help, it's a MBO for sure.
  9. NIM

    Intro.

    Hi Krinal, welcome to Wincert!
  10. Hi, after reading your post and the things you've done I'd say it's either a MBO fault or a RAM issue. Have you tried to clean the RAM slots with compressed air and also to clean the RAM connectors with a school rubber? After this you might try to move the RAM module to another memory slot. If that doesn't help I would say that it most definitely is the motherboard issue although this answer might not be a satisfying one .
  11. This laptop is part of Active Directory domain?
  12. Considering you have purchased an ultimate Windows 7 version and If you have a valid license key you should be able to download it from here: https://www.microsoft.com/hr-hr/software-download/windows7 Br, Nik
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