Windows 10: Windows 10 and Windows 7 dual booting
Windows 10 and Windows 7 dual booting
I am currently running Windows 7 and Windows 10 on dual boot on SSD drive that has 2 partitions.
I need to fix Windows 7 or reinstall windows 7 completely but ideally i want to somehow install windows 7 over windows 7 partition without losing any programs etc. I have made a backup of Windows 7 personal files. Can this be achieved without breaks Windows 10 dual boot?
Another thing is i have issue over Windows 10 with this weird pixels showing in middle of the screen due to this reason I want to install Windows 10 again after i have installed Windows 7 successfully.
Is reset pc button enough to have fresh copy of Windows 10 or do you prefer installation via .iso of Windows 10?
For Windows 7: Is it still running? If so, a Repair Install of windows 7 will do the job.
For Windows 10: Yes, the Reset PC will be enough.
Apologies if this is in the wrong area, I am new to this site so please move this if appropriate.
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