Windows 10: Jesse's 10 Install

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       30 Jan 2015 #51

    You can`t just copy it Jesse, you have to use burning software.

    Burning it makes it bootable, otherwise it`s just a data dvd.

    Chuck that dvd in the trash, it`s useless.

    You can use windows to burn the disc, but I suggest just using this.

    Any questions just ask.

    Free ISO Burner
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       30 Jan 2015 #52

    Okay
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       30 Jan 2015 #53

    It seems to be working though. It's installing Windows on Laptop's VMware player.
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       30 Jan 2015 #54

    I guess because you are not booting from it, you are just using the files.

    But if you wanted to install it on your pc and do what we call a clean install, you would boot directly from the dvd or a flsh drive when you first turn on the pc.

    That`s different from what you`re doing now

    You can read up on it here, while you`re sitting around the fireplace

    https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/1...n-install.html
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       30 Jan 2015 #55

    Okay
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       30 Jan 2015 #56

    I will probably need to do a clean install on my Laptop whenever the full version of Windows 10 comes out, because it is an older system than my desktop with Windows 8.1. So, I will need assistance on that whenever the time need be.
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       30 Jan 2015 #57

    Are you crazy you have Windows 7 on the laptop don`t you. That would be........ well I just can`t describe it, it borders on insanity.

    I can`t allow you to do that Jesse

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ARJ8cAGm6JE
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       30 Jan 2015 #58

    Yes, it has Windows 7 on it. Why can't I do a clean install?
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       30 Jan 2015 #59

    I don`t mean you can`t, I`m just saying you shouldn`t.

    Windows 7 is the best operating system ever made
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       30 Jan 2015 #60

    You are right about that. I will explain to you why I am wanting to do a clean install as soon as it finishes setting up on the VMware Player. But, if you say its not a good idea then I won't do it. But, I will have to find out another way to get Windows 10 on there.
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