Windows 7 home premium to ultimate upgrade.

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Windows 7 home premium to ultimate upgrade.

 Hello to all. I was wondering if upgrading from windows 7 home premium to windows 7 ultimate ,would effect my 3d and blue ray  movie play My laptop is the qosmio 875-7290. What if any  Are there any effects?

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Re: Windows 7 home premium to ultimate upgrade.

There should not be.  Just make sure to reload all of your drivers and utilities once you install your new OS.

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There is no problem at all actually my post before was because windows home premium had limitations of 16GB in the main search in windows type anytime upgrade ... and you will look one with windows logo there u can buy the upgrade or use code in my case I used promo free upgrade to ultimate and works perfect now my laptop is ultimate works like charm recognize the extra ram and I didn't had to reinstall drivers or anything since keep the same just make small update threw windows update , and keeps my license original that came with my laptop for the HOME prem 

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Re: Windows 7 home premium to ultimate upgrade.


anytime upgrade


You did it correctly. Shouldn't disturb any drivers/peripherals.

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Re: Windows 7 home premium to ultimate upgrade.

There should not be.  Just make sure to reload all of your drivers and utilities once you install your new OS.

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Qosmio X875 i7-3630QM, 32GB RAM, OCZ SSD Qosmio X505 i7-920XM, PM55, 16GB RAM, OCZ SSD
Satellite Pro L350 T9900, GM45, 8GB RAM , Intel 320 SSD (my baby) Satellite L655 i7-620M, HM55, 8GB RAM, Intel 710 SSD
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Re: Windows 7 home premium to ultimate upgrade.

There is no problem at all actually my post before was because windows home premium had limitations of 16GB in the main search in windows type anytime upgrade ... and you will look one with windows logo there u can buy the upgrade or use code in my case I used promo free upgrade to ultimate and works perfect now my laptop is ultimate works like charm recognize the extra ram and I didn't had to reinstall drivers or anything since keep the same just make small update threw windows update , and keeps my license original that came with my laptop for the HOME prem 

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Re: Windows 7 home premium to ultimate upgrade.


anytime upgrade


You did it correctly. Shouldn't disturb any drivers/peripherals.

-Jerry
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Smiley Happy Thank you for your help, i hope you have a great day .

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  • Man Very Happy Thank you for your help, it is appreciated.
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Re: Windows 7 home premium to ultimate upgrade.

For others who might install Windows 7 Professional or Ultimate clean by booting from a DVD...

 

You need to know that Windows 7 Home Premium already contains the additional features. One needs simply to unlock them. This process does not disturb drivers or any other installed software.

 

   Upgrade to another edition of Windows 7 by using Windows Anytime Upgrade

 

Reminds me of days long ago in IBM when we increased the speed of card-handling machines by changing the size of a pulley. Yes, the price (rent) of the machine went up.

-Jerry
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