1245 dv7 laptop / Vista OS upgraded to win 7 Pro motherboard / news / error 1005
So connected and using my laptop, he spends the white screen-to-screen saver. When I tried to turn it on, I got only a flashing light. I sent the laptop in a program of insurance-for repair. They have installed a new motherboard and said that my OS is slow and that my battery was no longer functioning. Before taking out the motherboard, these were not problems. I am unable to get the option wireless and I kept getting a message that my OS is not a genuine product.
As suggested, I started to reset the unit to factory settings. I inserted the recovery disk and began performing the recovery. He started to download files and went on for several minutes, then I got the error 1005. (several times) I rebooted the recovery and tried to get the recovery to run from the hard drive, but he must have already formatted the hard drive. When you try this I get "no boot device - insert boot disk and press any key".
Thanks in advance for any help.
You can try to download an iso of Hiren's boot CD and run HDAT2 tool 4.9B1 will be to repair and test your drive HARD, or HDD Regenerator if you
I bought a portable hard drive used HP for the upgrade of my Lenovo G550 with ugraded CPU with Intel's CORE DUO T9300 2.50 ghz
(HP hard drive: computer laptop slim drive HARD 500 GB SERIAL ATA DISK DRIVE S/N W627S9NL P/N 756731-001 MFG Seagate Technologies DOM 8 / 2015)
I was happy to see that the hatd drive had already installed because Windows 7 I had bought already separate legitimate Windows 10 Pro license key for the upgrade. I was able to go online and download the upgrade of Windows 10 and used my purchased license key to activate my updated.
While doing the installation, there are some HP software that was still on the hard drive. I thought it would be good to have some additional security protocols, so I also installed the WinMagic Securedoc Bootloader v1.2.12 and saved the drive encryption HP with the security issues and password for secondary access.
10 Windows has been activated and everything was beautiful. But when I restarted the laptop, I put my password for windows and then it goes to this screen of disc HP encryption rises. I put the password and it is accepted - and then the screen turns white... not offshore... jblank TEU with a cursor flashing that doesbn can't react to inputs.
I tried leaving it for a day or so and still nothing. There is nothing I can change in the configuration of the BIOS that works so far.
I also tried Reimage download on USB and re-creation of the sequence of boot, but not good. Even tried a boot drive, but nothing there either. I'll try again.
I don't know where to go or how to get beyond the screen of HP encryption. I am pretty good at following directions, I don't know coding, but may do what you suggest to help me fix this problem.
Can you help me?
Sorry... I missed the part that you have a license Win10. I thought you were trying to activate 10 using the OEM HP license and causing problems.
I do not use HP encryption applications - as having recently completed a career in the InfoSec, I personally focus together on the encryption of the PC to be laughable-, but my guess is that you are basically out of luck.
If it was my drive, I WIPE the drive of all its content and then again install Win10. A good product to do i.e. DBan: http://tiptopsecurity.com/how-to-securely-wipe-your-hard-drive-with-dban-erase-your-data-for-good/
Once your disc is clean, then simply install Win10 on it.
That said, with a bit of luck, one of the HP EXPERTS will probably come along and tell you how to get around their encryption.
I upgraded to Win 8 pro win 7 HP (System Generator cd) & win vista HP (acer laptop). I can now use these keys on a new PC?Windows 7 HP was used on my custom PC. It's from a CD system manufacturer that I bought at the store builder, and I still have the CD.The windows vista HP computer come with my acer laptop. No CD of the OS.Now that I've upgraded these two devices for windows 8 pro can each with new product keys, I now use one of the two buttons above on another, new PC? in particular the Windows 7 HP.Thank you.
No, you cannot transfer because they are OEM licenses.
Windows 7/Vista OEM versions are identical to the versions commercial full license with the following exception:
-OEM versions don't offer any free direct support from Microsoft technical support Microsoft
-OEM Licenses are tied to the computer first you install and activate it on
-OEM versions allow all hardware upgrades except for an upgrade to a different model motherboard
-OEM versions does not move directly from an older Windows operating system
What is OEM software? :
What about upgrading the software? The software covered by this agreement is an upgrade of your existing operating system software, upgrade replaces the original software that you upgrade. You keep any rights to the original software once you have upgraded and you can not continue to use or transfer in any way. This contract governs your right to use the software to upgrade and replace the agreement for the software that you upgraded.
Original title: upgrade.
I have win 7 on my laptop, can be upgraded to win 8 or 8.1 victory for free? I read this on http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-8/upgrade-product-key-only
No, you buy the version you need
I have a PC (can call PC - 1) with Vista installed. I've upgraded to Windows 7 Pro 64-bit and all sorts of problems.
I bought a copy of OEM Win 7 Pro 64 and install it on a new hard drive on this PC-1. He works very, very well. So far, I'm very happy.
The old hard drive on PC - 1 is out of the computer in a shelf with no use. He has my Windows 7 Pro upgrade in it.
I bought a brand new similar (PC-2) computer and a new hard disc, so now I have:
-PC-1 with a new drive hard and nine OEM win 7 64 bit install and works perfectly... and
-PC-2 with a new hard drive in which I tried to install my (legal) original of the upgrade to Win 7 Pro 64, but I didn't want to not install Vista first, because I'm having the same problems that I had in the first place, so I install as a full version. At the point where he asks me my product key that I copied from the sticker in the present case, he tells me is not a valid product key.
What should I do to use this copy of Windows 7 Pro in my new hard drive, but do not install Vista first?
However, the requirements for the media upgrade is that you have an operating system already eligible such as Windows XP or Vista installed to use it. Since the Windows 7 end user license agreement.
15 UPDATES. To use upgrade software, you must first be licensed for the software that is eligible for the upgrade. After the upgrade, this agreement takes the place of the agreement for the software that you upgraded. After upgrade, you can no longer use the software that you upgraded.
You can not install the upgrades on a blank disc.
My HP ProBook 440 G2, finger print reader does not when I upgraded the Win 7 Pro form to win 8.1 Pro.
Device manager showing the biometric reader works correctly. But in fact, the finger printer reader is not reading or senseing. It seems that the part "dummy". Please help me to correctly configure step by step for that matter.
Have you installed the software driver validity sensor fingerprint for Windows 8.1?
See page 64 in the manual Windows 8.1 according to the configuration of fingerprints of validity information
How to upgrade to Win 7 Pro Win7
You can use Windows Anytime Upgrade.
First of all, check that the edition of Windows 7, you are upgrading is already enabled (if it isn't, you will encounter complications and that you might start all by performing a clean installation). Click Start, type Anytime Upgrade, click the option to purchase a key. Wait while loading of the Express Upgrade page, click on the Windows 7 Professional Upgrade to buy it.
Click Next, fill in your details (it is important that you do this because the product key will be sent to you as a backup in case you need to reinstall) enter your credit card information, click next to begin the upgrade, wait while checking the key, accept the license agreement , click upgrade, wait while the software updates, (it may take 10 minutes or more, depending on the case, updates are required), your computer restarts automatically, after the reboot, Windows 7 will notify its update of the computer, the computer will restart once more automatically and will be completed the upgrade, a windows will pop up by notifying the upgrade was successful and your computer is ready to use, click Close, you should be upgraded to Windows 7 Professional, your files, programs and settings stored, proceed to activate Windows 7 Professional.
Windows 7 - Anytime Upgrade - frequently asked Questions:
Windows 7 - upgrade Express features:
OK, just for the record, I'm on Windows 7 Pro, just upgraded to Win XP Pro, a MacBook Pro using Parallels 8. So far, I love Windows 7, a cleaner and sharper than XP interface. But since I don't have installed it for a few days, I run into some nagging problems. As...
... OK, I agree with Office 365 and have all the programs under "other programs > Office 2013." For the life of me I can't understand how to create shortcuts to office programs.
Can anyone help?
Make a right click the program under Office 2013 list and go to send to-> Desktop (create shortcut)Do this with all programs.
My Toshiba create multimedia tool repair does not work. I have an I7 of Satellite A505 and it came with home premium and I did the anytime upgrade to Win 7 Pro, I want to try to download an .iso in Windows 7 Pro and do a fresh install.
I have the upgrade button. I wonder if I should first download Home premium, it came with and then download the pro, I have two keys, I don't drive and Dosen t Toshiba tool work. T have to find the way. any help will be appreciated
So if I understand correctly, I charge Home premium, then simply use the upgrade key and it will unlock win Pro, or I have to download pro then install it on Home Premium and use the key?
YES! As Andre also noted. You must activate Home Premium with his first touch, then simply use the key to upgrade Express to go Pro. Pro is already part of Home Premium and the key to upgrade Express just unlocks.
Also, thank you for your help!
If I buy the Win 7 Upgrade kit for driving my Acer laptop from Vista Home Prem to Win 7 Home Prem, will be the drivers remain intact for Win 7 or do I have to manually look for them online?
you will need to go to the website of Acer and see if windows 7 drivers are available for your model and bring manually
for any repost of issues of windows 7 in the forums of windows 7
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I'll buy a new laptop that comes with no OS so I was wondering if I could use my product key 7 victory to install win 10 on this news. Keep in mind that I have not upgraded my win 7 to win 10 in my laptop current.
No, you can't. The current cell if its either retail or OEM is already active and in use on the current laptop.
Also, if the license of Windows 7 is pre-installed, you can not transfer it.
So you will need to purchase a new license for Windows 10, download it, and then perform a new installation.
See to install on a blank hard drive.
I am upgrading to Windows 7 Pro to win 10, but my machine (like many others it seems), is stuck at 62% (transfer of files, settings, and programs).
First of all, I can safely return to my Win 7 Pro installation?
Secondly, how can I get beyond the point of blocking of 62% and successfully upgrade to win. 10?
Thank you all,
Installation fails or becomes inadmissible at some point during the installation of 18%, 62%, Migration, pilot with the settings.
Turn off the computer.
Wait 10 minutes.
Start the computer.
The installation program automatically restores your previous version of Windows 10 or an earlier version of Windows.
Launch the prompt with administrator privileges.
Click Start, type: cmd
Right-click on CMD, and then click Run as administrator
Type the following command:
Rundll32.exe pnpclean.dll, RunDLL_PnpClean /DRIVERS /MAXCLEAN
Press enter on your keyboard
Exit command prompt
Try to update again.
Method 1: Run Windows Update to convenience store and check if it helps:
- Click Start
- Type: Troubleshooting .
- Under System and securityclick on will correct the problems Windows updates.
Task of pre-required
When you make significant changes to your computer for example updated operating system, you must always back up. See the links to resources on the backup by clicking the link for each version of Windows you are using: Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8/8.1
I just updated the operating system (win xp) family for win xp pro sp2 on a satellite L20 - 197 and I realized that I have no CD or drivers or the laptop. The following are marked with problems in hardware devices (Panel): Audio controller, modem PCI controller SM Bus controller and video controller.
Anyone know what to do or where I can find these drivers?
What I found on the Toshiba site has not helped me. Really, I installed win XP pro sp2 several times, but I never have problems with the driver. Can someone tell me where I can find the driver for all devices on the internet of this?
Thank you very much.
Post edited by: ongata1
The driver for Windows XP Home edition Professional and family are absolutely identical. All the drivers you can find on http://eu.computers.toshiba-europe.com/cgi-bin/ToshibaCSG/download_drivers_bios.jsp, you can use but please install them in the correct order.
Pleas it follow this document http://support.toshiba-tro.de/tools/Satellite/sl20/win-xp/install-xp-na-en.zip
my PC was win 8 pro. after upgrade to win 8.1, the 'pro' was gong. Why?
my PC was another win 8 pro as well and had no problem to win 8.1 pro.
Please tell me how can I upgrade my 8 pro victory to win 8.1 pro.
JZ - SYD
From what I've read about the specifications of your computer, it had Windows 8 core and not Windows 8 Pro from the factory. When you update the store Windows or Windows Update, Windows will search the version you have on the system and download the appropriate version.
If you feel that the above is not correct, do a factory restore using the recovery or recovery that hopfully disks Manager, you created when you first got the computer and check the installed system.
I read somewhere that after upgrading my Vista Ultimate retail copy to Windows Pro I can reuse the key product & Vista Ultimate DVD on another computer, is - it true?
No, it is not true.
If you upgraded from Vista to Windows 8 using the Vista license under the qualification of license, the license of Vista becomes an integral part of the legal license of 8 Windows and you are not allowed to install Vista on another computer.
See you soon.
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