Win10 upgrade asking me to uninstall already-removed Acronis software

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    Thank you for detailed breakdown! fingers crossed
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    Windows 7 - trying to upgrade
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       #152

    Is it okay to upgrade from Win7 to 10 with Macrium installed? It's the only thing I've added since the last upgrade.
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    19044.1586 - 21H2 Pro x64
       #153

    lbeachmike said:
    Is it okay to upgrade from Win7 to 10 with Macrium installed? It's the only thing I've added since the last upgrade.
    Shouldn't be a problem
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    Multi-boot Windows 10/11 - RTM, RP, Beta, and Insider
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    lbeachmike said:
    Is it okay to upgrade from Win7 to 10 with Macrium installed? It's the only thing I've added since the last upgrade.
    Is it the free or paid? If it's the full paid version, I would disable it or uninstall temporarily. It has a service running which may cause issues on phase reboots (the ones occurring during the install).
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    Windows 7 - trying to upgrade
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    f14tomcat said:
    Is it the free or paid? If it's the full paid version, I would disable it or uninstall temporarily. It has a service running which may cause issues on phase reboots (the ones occurring during the install).
    So far I just have the free version. I will keep in mind to at least disable on startup. Thanks for the heads-up.

    I am now thinking of installing Win10 in VirtualBox instead of upgrading, because I've come to quickly despise Win10. I've been perfectly happy with Win7 so maybe I'll buy some more time on it until I have newer hardware. The only thing that was driving the upgrade is Turbotax incompatibility with Win7. I can install that in a VirtualBox Win10 and get my taxes done.
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