Windows 10: Problems when downgrading to Windows 7

  1.    06 Jan 2016 #1

    Problems when downgrading to Windows 7


    Hello everybody,

    Recently I attempted to use the Windows 10 feature of downgrading to and restoring Windows 7. However when in the process of restoring Windows 7 my computer freezes. Any help to prevent this, or to stop the process entirely so that I could use an alternate method of downgrading to Windows 7 would be very appreciated. I have tried turning it off and back on again, and when in the restoration screen there are no options available. Also CTRL+ALT+DELETE has yielded no results.

    Any help would be very appreciated, thanks!
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  2.    06 Jan 2016 #2

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