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Windows 7 Home Premium Repair



My laptop was not windows 10 compatible and once windows 10 trial period ran out and I could not return to windows 7 it turned out the bios and drivers in my computer were not working in windows 10. All I get is a blue screen and a turning circle for hours and hours, but it never boots.My system restore disk did not work.Do you have a method to repair this with a restore disk for windos 7 pro




Windows 7 Home Premium Repair


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we just purchased and downloaded Acer repair disk for windows 7. Order # BA9BA8BA62216A1. Problem: downloaded file they are currupt. How can I download these files? Option, can you send them to me as an attachment to an email?


The answer is definitely Yes. You can create a windows 7 repair disk from another computer but not do so on Windows 8.1 or another Windows system higher than Windows 7. It means you can create a system recovery disk on a healthy machine running the same Windows 7, including 32-bit and 64-bit.


Hi, I upgraded from win 7 pro to 10. My laptop worked fine for weeks, then refused to start windows one morning. I tried the repairs available (advanced options, etc). I then downloaded the ISO file for win 10, that contains all the win 10 versions, I retrieved the win 10 pro product key from my drive, but during the win 10 installation it says the the key is invalid. Can anyone advise me, please. Thank you.


question then say that i have 2 desktops and 3 hard drives all of them have windows and i take harddrive 3 and make it windows 10 from windows 7 on computer b and then go to computer a and launch the hardrive on it useing its windows 10 why does it now say windows 10 is not activated because that happened to my 1tb that is windows 10 home please help


I previously had a windows 7 home premium original copy which I did bought spending my money. It worked well. After win 10 launch I could successfully upgrade to windows 10 and the copy got activated automatically. There were talks around saying Microsoft is giving away free windows activation this time. So i made a USB copy of windows 10 PRO in to my flash drive and I DID A CLEAN INSTALL FROM THAT VERY COPY. Now I have Windows 10 PRO not activated. I cannot activate this using my windows 7 home premium product key. PLEASE HELP!


Locked out of Windows 7 home premium laptop/desktop computer? You may have forgotten your Windows 7 login password, but don't be frustrated. Follow this article and find the appropriate method to unlock Windows 7 password and open your computer without reinstalling system or setting to factory mode.


Under the help of AOMEI Partition Assistant Standard, you can perform Windows 7 boot repair without Windows installation disk. The same methods can also be used to fix Windows 11, Windows 10 or Windows 8 boot issues. But in order to avoid Windows 7 boot failure in the future, you can clone windows 7 to new hard drive for a backup and quick recovery.


Windows 7 Repair Guides - One of the main reasons most people wish to reinstall windows is due to startup problems and errors within the operating system. For this reason Microsoft have included some repair options to assist you when times are not looking so good. To access the repair options you must boot of your Windows 7 DVD (Some companies like Dell, HP, Compaq etc etc will have the repair options only available through the "F8" menu that is available on boot, (as they do not supply a DVD), this is complete useless if your computer will not boot.


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  • TagsWindows 7 Networking.no-icon:beforedisplay:none; By Kevin ArrowsSeptember 27, 2022 3 minutes readKevin is a certified Network Engineer "@context":"http:\/\/schema.org","@type":"Article","dateCreated":"2016-01-26T21:06:24-06:00","datePublished":"2016-01-26T21:06:24-06:00","dateModified":"2022-09-27T02:10:17-05:00","headline":"How To Enable RDP In Windows 7 Home Premium","keywords":"Windows 7 Networking","url":"https:\/\/appuals.com\/how-to-enable-rdp-in-windows-7-home-premium\/","description":"The Remote Desktop Protocol allows you to access your computer running windows over port 3389 securely and easily. Although, there are numerous programs out there such as TeamViewer, LogMeIn, JoinMe B","articleSection":"Windows Networking","articleBody":"The Remote Desktop Protocol allows you to access your computer running windows over port 3389 securely and easily. Although, there are numerous programs out there such as TeamViewer, LogMeIn, JoinMe BUT they are all paid and does not provide the feel that RDP does. Once it's enabled, it stays enabled and as long as the windows computer is set to allow Remote Connections via RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol) is turned on you can connect to it from any part of the world using any Windows-based computer or a Mac (How to RDP from a Mac OS X).\r\n\r\nBy default, RDP uses the port 3389 which can be a security risk because vulnerability scanners are set to scan default ports to exploit vulnerabilities, imaging that a vulnerability for RDP comes out, and you have system running RDP hosting sensitive data (such as medical records); a hacker may be able to exploit it and gain access using the default port. Therefore, i highly recommend changing RDP Port once it's setup.\r\n\r\nWindows has limited the use and setup of RDP to their professional versions only, which means Home, Starter, and Basic versions of Windows will not be able to setup RDP.\r\n\r\nThe aim of this guide is to help you setup RDP on versions where Windows limits them.\r\n\r\nTo enable Remote Desktop where available, you can go to Control Panel -> System -> Advanced System Settings -> and Click on the Remote tab.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nThere's a small bit to understand here, which can leave you scratching your head in trying to troubleshoot RDP if it's not setup correctly, at the initial stage and that is Authentication. When setting up RDP, you have two choices under the Remote Desktop option, they are \"Allow connections from computers running any version of Remote Desktop\" and \"Allow connections only from computers running Remote Desktop with Network Level Authentication\", if the computer you are enabling RDP on is the same version from where you will connect, then you choose the second option, which is the Network Level Authentication, otherwise, you will need to choose the first option which is to allow connections from any version of Remote Desktop because of the way windows treats authentication protocols.\r\n\r\nNow coming back to the objective of this guide and as discussed earlier, the Remote Desktop option is limited to Professional versions and above, but there is a patcher known as Concurrent RDP Patcher which serves two purposes, allowing concurrent connections and enabling RDP in the versions where it is not available. Concurrent RDP Patcher was released at The Green Buttons forum which is the official Windows Media Center Community forum.\r\nMethod 1: Using the W7-SP1-RTM-RDP\r\nDownload W7-SP1-RTM-RDP from here. Open the downloaded folder and extract it to your desktop. In it there will be a file named Install.cmd. Right click on it and click Run as Administrator. Click Yes to User Account Control warning message.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\nCommand Prompt will launch, and execute the instructions in the file. Once done, follow the steps above to Enable RDP. If this method doesn't work, then try Method 2.\r\nMethod 2: Concurrent RDP Patcher\r\nDownload the Concurrent RDP Patcher from here. Extract the downloaded file, and execute Concurrent RDP Patcher file. Click the Patch button. Once done, you should be able to enable RDP and also be able to allow concurrent connections to it.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nAn update by Windows KB3003743 was released, which reverts the changes made by RDP Patcher. If this is the case, then follow Method 3 to make the patch work.\r\nMethod 3: Undo KB3003743\r\nA Microsoft update KB3003743 was released on 11 November 2011 which reverts changes made by the above patcher, leaving RDP Disabled.\r\n\r\nTo undo these changes, we will use an update patch made specifically for fixing it. Download the updated patcher from here. Open the downloaded folder and Double click on Concurrent RDP Patcher to run it. Click the Patch button. 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