Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by FaiKee, Jul 19, 2015.
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who have installed the new update KB3074679 any change log?
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thanks bro ..
Using the WinAIO Maker program and selecting the ISO x86 OEM including Home and Professional, and then selecting the same 64 bits. It creates a whole one with the System Selection screen installed as show in the picture:
When I upgrade a preinstalled (OEM) or retail version of Windows 7 or Windows 8/8.1 license to Windows 10, does that license remain OEM or become a retail license?
If you upgrade from a OEM or retail version of Windows 7 or Windows 8/8.1 to the free Windows 10 upgrade this summer, the license is consumed into it. Because the free upgrade is derived from the base qualifying license, Windows 10 will carry that licensing too.
If you upgrade from a retail version, it carries the rights of a retail version.
If you upgrade from a OEM version, it carries the rights of a OEM version.
Full version (Retail):
- Includes transfer rights to another computer.
- Doesn't require a previous qualifying version of Windows.
Upgrade version (Retail):
- Includes transfer rights to another computer.
- require a previous qualifying version of Windows.
- Expensive, but cheaper than full version
OEM versions of Windows are identical to Full License Retail versions except for the following:
- OEM versions do not offer any free Microsoft direct support from Microsoft support personnel
- OEM licenses are tied to the very first computer you install and activate it on
- OEM versions allow all hardware upgrades except for an upgrade to a different model motherboard
- OEM versions cannot be used to directly upgrade from an older Windows operating system
What happens if I change my motherboard?
As it pertains to the OEM licenses this will invalidate the Windows 10 upgrade license because it will no longer have a previous base qualifying license which is required for the free upgrade. You will then have to purchase a full retail Windows 10 license. If the base qualifying license (Windows 7 or Windows 8.1) was a full retail version, then yes, you can transfer it.
From the end user license agreement:
15. UPGRADES. To use upgrade software, you must first be licensed for the software that is eligible for the upgrade. Upon upgrade, this agreement takes the place of the agreement for the software you upgraded from. After you upgrade, you may no longer use the software you upgraded from.
17. TRANSFER TO ANOTHER COMPUTER. a. Software Other than Windows Anytime Upgrade. You may transfer the software and install it on another computer for your use. That computer becomes the licensed computer. You may not do so to share this license between computers.
See Murphy, if you're using a retail Windows 10 you can change mobo and transfer the license to the new mobo, I assume over phone activation. Retail's can even transfer their license to another computer. From what I've seen all upgrades so far are retail. Mine certainly was.
Also, Windows 10 pro has downgrade rights, if you're not happy with it you can legally downgrade to your old OS no problems, only home versions dont have downgrade rights. You just have to phone activate using your own key and say your exercising your downgrade rights.
I wanted to do a clean install of windows 10 on my laptop(Since I verified yesterday through upgrade that my laptop is fully registered using the cmd check..but for some reason I dont know what Im doing wrong but when I put in the disc when I boot up its not reading it and it goes to the home screen. I went into BIOS and BOOT and I see(And I know every computer is different) but I see BOOT CONFIGURATION..external device boot and network boot are both DISABLED..for BOOT PRIORITY I have internal Optical Disc Drive that is first, then internal hard disc drive, then external device, and network..I figured internal optical disc drive should be first in boot priority but its not changing the issue, the disc isnt reading it
does it have an option to press a key to select boot device on startup, some have ESC or F8 to select boot device rather than setting it in the bios. If I were you I would install it on a USB Stick with rufus and boot off that rather than DVD. It will often detect your usb stick as a hard drive and you just pick it as the first hdd to boot from.
I pressed DEL and F2 and F10 basically pressed everything LOL..
went to BOOT and I see boot configuration external device boot is disabled, network boot is disabled
then underneath that boot priority, internal optical disc drive, intenral hard disc drive, external device, and network..in that order..I can always put it on a USB stick but Im not sure what this rufus is and how to use it
Hi guys. I'm trying to add language pack sith FaiKee OEM image. I'm doing it through dism and it keeps telling me it's not applicable...
Which ones do I use? Why aren't they integrating a thanks in advance
Well, there's basically no difference.
The only difference I found is that there's a 'Next' button in system properties while it does not exist in the insider version.
I'd like also to create an install disk with an other language.
Although it should be possible, i still prefer localized ISOs, since they are 'more complete'.
Useless crap since it refused all non-touched ISO in my tests .
Easiest way for Windows USB is still DISKPART.
that's a lie cause that what I use and all of my computers are uefi and it works with np
its not about new computer ...its about if your motherboard support UEFI ..