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    All done guys, thanks for all the help! I will update my Specs soon.
    zbook said:
    3) Is the latest supported OS Windows XP?
    I don't know what this question means though? There was no mention of XP here.

    Thanks, FunkMaster
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    lx07 said:
    I would save all your current drivers (just in case) and clean install.

    To save your current drivers, put in a USB and make a directory called "E:\Drivers" (or wherever)

    Then export the whole lot using powershell Export-WindowsDriver

    I'm not 100% sure Export-WindowsDriver works on Windows 7 - you may have to use the rather more long winded Dism /Online /Export-Driver /Destination:E\Drivers

    Then clean install and install any that are missing - you can just say "look at E" for any missing ones.
    This is great advice lx07, I will Bookmark this and use it asap! Thanks very much!
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    I just did this on my personal computer, using a Disk, Fall Creators Update, 32bit. Now trying to do it on another Windows 7 Laptop, but cannot do it again? The guide provided does not talk about using the DVD Disk, but it worked for me for some reason the first time. Now will have to revert to a USB I guess, does anyone know why this doesn't work with a DVD on the second computer I'm trying it on?
    Clean Install Windows 10 Directly without having to Upgrade First Installation Upgrade Tutorials

    Thanks, FM
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