Activating win7 on UEFI+GPT in a dual boot with hp preinstalled win8

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by LittlePro, May 21, 2017.

  1. LittlePro

    LittlePro MDL Senior Member

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    Hi All,
    Sir(s),
    I am planning to make a dual boot with win 7 & win 8 while windows 8 is preinstalled & activated by hp. The laptop has UEFI+GPT scheme. The laptop still has hp recovery partition & i surely doesn't want to use/go for Biosmod or GPT to MBR conversion.
    So, i am looking for foolproof, working & Stable means/solution to activate win 7 on this laptop without touching the original configuration (as much as possible) ! Please help me with same & suggest win 7 version, etc. accordingly. Anything else ?
    My laptop : HP Pavilion g6-2231tx Notebook PC.

    Thanks & Regards,
    LittlePro
     
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  2. frepsz

    frepsz MDL Junior Member

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    Install Pro/Enterprise, activate it with MTK just like you do for Win8 and Win10.
     
  3. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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  4. atgpud2003

    atgpud2003 MDL Senior Member

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    I use EASYBCD, however, try shrink enough partition and use empty partition and install OS there, Beware of this..
     
  5. LittlePro

    LittlePro MDL Senior Member

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    HI All,
    Sir(s),
    @ All :Thanks to all for the responses. I am evaluating the things. As i have to do a lot of preparations in a limited time, it may take farely long time to say anything finally. So please don't mind it !
    @ Enthousiast : Thanks sir, the link seems to be quite helpful, perhaps what i was looking for !

    Thanks & Regards,
    LittlePro
     
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