But with a fresh install of 7 then an immediate upgrade to 10, there`s no real need to worry about a clean install, everything should be perfect.
But if you really feel the need, go for it, and 10 will auto activate.
I thought I recognized you from somewhere:
asking info about a Clean Install and activation of Win 10 - Windows 10 Forums
We all make mistakes, but in reading your posting history I see one of your tactics is to go around correcting members and not with a very nice demeanour IMO with this cocky-type smiley > :-)
BTW, you were wrong there. From that same thread: asking info about a Clean Install and activation of Win 10 - Windows 10 Forums
Who said anything about my computer? If you took the time to read the OP's system specs you'd see he has an MSI laptop in which have a bios_rvy partition. The question was how he got rid of it. Yes, I was wrong in stating that it was impossible, but I continue to think the OP still has that partition. I may be wrong, but it probably won't be deleted with advanced option during Windows install. I hardly think Diskpart will do it either. Actually AddRAM probably had the best solution with MiniTool Partition Wizard.Again, 100% false assumption, not everyone has computers exactly like yours. There are a bunch of different ways to delete recovery partitions on most computers. Installing windows, click custom install, advanced, click on the
partition on the hard drive and the delete option. Or from Diskpart - the command clean will do it. Or from disk management inside windows, right click the partition and delete.
Arrogance? > We only see in others what we see in ourselves. Your member name says it all for me. I found through life that some of you military personal think your above everyone, especially with showing rank. Also by that comment you must think you know it all then, eh?If you set your arrogance aside for a few moments, maybe you could learn something from these forums.
And what about this?