DVD install seems to work fine..

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  1. Posts : 459
    Windows 8&10
    Thread Starter

    I just tried to do an install over my current 8.1 system. I suppose this proves Windows 10 is the Enterprise edition, but it said I could not install with the Windows Media Center on the system... So much for that test ...

    @ JoshShades, can you copy the files from the .iso and place them on one of your partitions. If you are installing over a current Windows 8 install, that may work.
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  2. Posts : 63
    Windows 10 Pro / Windows 7 Home

    Saltgrass said:
    Installing using the DVD went normally. It took a while after I got to the Desktop for the Start Button to become functional.

    I was a little disappointed to see they are still using the Microsoft standard size Recovery and EFI system partitions, 300 MB and 100 MB respectively. I was hoping they would change that to 450 MB and 260 MB respectively.

    I will be checking the USB install a little later.
    On my pc I have just the one 500mb partition.
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