Laptop HP ze4325us upgrade to win 7 issues
I upgraded to winxp 32 to win 7 Home premium 32 and no longer have an audio device or ethernet device. The HP site does not support the XP operating system.
Can someone with links to the proper drivers asist?
The nature of proprietary specifications, the ONLY source for the hardware drivers is the manufacturer of the computer.
If HP doesn't supply drivers beyond XP no, that's all... End of the game...
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'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 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.
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 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.
When I bought my laptop Samsung Win7 he promised to upgrade to win 8 for $ 15. Why is now $ 39?
Dell Inspiron N5010, windows 7-64 bit preinstalled when you purchase. one of the first free updates for windows 10 in July. recently replaced (fatal) of hard drive and reinstalled windows 10. I'm trying to get an ISO of windows 7. This has proved to be quite difficult. my attempt to replace my hard drive using the old product key failed because the site does not accept the keys to the pre-installed versions. If I understand it well in an article I read it says that when I upgraded to win 7 to win 10 product key remained the same. However, when my hard drive has been replaced and windows re-installed 10 this product key has been replaced with a digital license. I have 3, possibly 4 questions: 1) has my product key now a digital license? 2.) If Yes, this digital license can be used for windows 7 ISO? If Yes, where can I find the digital license? (4.) If none of the above, any suggestions how I can get a copy of windows 7 Iso? I am very frustrated and ideas.
When you upgraded from a previous version of Windows or get a new PC preinstalled with Windows 10, what has happened is that the hardware (your PC) will get a digital right, a unique signature of the computer which is stored on the Microsoft Activation servers. The real Windows 7 or Windows 8 license you were using previously will be exchanged with a key to the diagnosis.
Whenever you need to reinstall Windows 10 on this machine, go just to reinstall Windows 10. It automatically reactivates.
Therefore, there is no need to know or get a product key, if you must reinstall Windows 10, you can use your Windows 7 or Windows 8 product key or use the reset function in Windows 10.
If you are prompted to enter a product key, click on "I don't have a key" and "do it later".
Even when you switch to Windows 10, you can return to Windows 7 at any time. Get Windows 7 reinstall media will be dependent on certain factors.
1: you may contact Dell to recovery media:
2: Download and create a bootable, then reinstall using the product key on the COA certificate:
A year ago, I bought a Satellite C850 - 17 G (PSKCCE) with Windows 7 pre-installed. For a small fee, I upgraded to Win 8. Worked well.
In November 2013, I wanted to do the free update to Win8.1. There I estimated at 2.5 months and a lot of reading on the forums to complete the upgrade to 8.1 Win. Everything worked fine for about 3 weeks.
Can I get some updated windows up-to-date pressed, restarted the laptop and it ended the history of success.
Blue screen and I had this option was to force back to the factory settings.
So here I am again with Windows 7.
On the Toshiba site, I see now that my model of laptop, Satellite C850 with part No. PSKCCE is not a model of support for the update 8.1 Win. Can someone tell me why?
It will support in the future?
> On the Toshiba site, I see now that my model of laptop, Satellite C850 with part No. PSKCCE is not a model of support for the update 8.1 Win
Hmm, I guess you're wrong because on the Toshiba UE driver page I could find drivers Windows 8.1 for the Satellite C850 PSKCCE
BSOD issues are really bothersome, because this can happen due to hardware malfunction or also due to problems of system or driver.
Same 3rd party software could affect systems
That's why it very difficult to say what might cause this problem without checks unique pieces, the pilot, and the reporting system.
Dynabook i7 3D laptop A660.
OK; so I updated my i7 3D Dynabook to form 8.1 Windows (x 64) Windows 7 (x 64), and now the laptop restarts everytime I start to touch the keyboard.
Other wise works perfectly.
It took me two hundred hours to understand that I was typing on web sites usually when this re-boot occurs. And I could not remember how or why the computer restarted.
When I press the numeric keypad 'more' sign, I get the BSoD immediately. But there are a few presses of the numbers on the keyboard so he can do the same thing.
If I press 1, 2, 3, its ok.
If I press 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, the laptop gets a BSoD and restarts.
I also installed automatic software (mouse) for a Microsoft mouse, that I was going to use. and I deleted in the "System Properties" after the problem has arisen; but there is no change.
Whenever I tap on the number pad (especially the plus sign), the PS stops with a blue screen of death BSoD.
My knowledge the 8.1 Windows isn't supported by Satellite A660 because there is no driver Windows 8.1 special to this series of portable, but even if these drivers have not been released, is not a big problem to install and run the Windows 8.1 on this unit.
I m wondering how you installed the 8.1 to win on this laptop?
You upgrade Windows 7 to 8.1 Win or were you running a fresh install of Win 8.1?
Here's a nice page of Microsoft providing some FAQ about update for Windows 8.1
[Windows 8.1 update: FAQ | http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-8/upgrade-to-windows-8]
In case you have done an UPGRADE to 8.1 Win, you can use Windows 8.1 Upgrade Assistant to check if your programs and devices are compatible with Windows 8.1.
I would be also interesting to know if the same BSOD would appear if external keyboard would be connected to the laptop.
When using the external keyboard would cause NOT of BSOD, I guess internal keyboard is faulty and could be the troublemaker.
I use the HP pavilion g6 2020se runnig real win 7 and plan to upgrade to Windows 8.
I created Hp recovery discs and my hard drive also contains the recovery partition.
Before the upgrade, I have a few q:
1. will I have dual boot options (win 7 and win 8) after I upgrade? Y at - it a facility during the upgrade to display the partition where win 8 needs to be installed?
2. after the upgrade to win 8, removing previous installtion of windows 7 (i.e., removal of system "windows.old" folder) will affect the recovery procedures in the future? More clearly, will be F11 or recovery disks work after doing the deletion above?
3. If after the upgrade I want to downgrade to win 7 (the same State just before the upgrade), how to ensure that all my win 7 postulants windows updates and stay as it is just before the upgrade.
You are welcome.
Not sure why the link doesn't work, but I'll give you the link below. It worked for me earlier. The optimal path to get Windows 7 on the system is to use the recovery discs. The link is provided to enable the option to use the windows.old folder to go back, but you do not use this option which makes the irrelevant link at this point. But it's a good backup plan.
The recovery discs are intended to operate independently of any software on the hard drive. In fact, this is how the replacement of hard drives is installed. A hard drive goes out, a new one is mounted (and free of any software or partitions), and the recovery discs (the user created or sent by HP) are used to reinstall all of the original software. Little matter if the hard drive is empty or not, but what is important, is that it is the same computer that the recovery discs were made for based on the serial number and other factors. Be assured that the recovery disks will work as long as the material is physically the same and serial number matches, which is coded in the recovery disks.
I used my discs of recovery of Windows 7 on a hard drive wiped several times, including the case using an advanced hard drive "cleaner" to erase all data.
My own experience can enlighten us on that. I installed Windows 8 (or five) about four times on my laptop due to various problems of Windows 8. I will note, the questions were the result of my laptop is too old and not designed for Windows 8. Whenever I returned to Windows 7, I used the recovery without problem discs. This should be the same experience you have.
The only time that the recovery disks can fail, it is if a smaller hard disk replacing the hard drive from the factory.
The answer to the question of recovery of the disc is Yes on both accounts.
The Windows.old folder has nothing to do with the (user created or sent by HP) HP recovery disks. Windows.Old is the culmination of a process of upgrading Microsoft in case something goes wrong, while the old data is not lost. It's more than a safety net which allows to return to the previous Windows without wiping the hard disk entirely. Since the windows.old folder should not be used to go back to Windows 7, think of it as a Museum of old files Windows. There is at this stage as archive.
I hope I answered your questions and removed any doubt about the recovery disks.
I recently bought this laptop and had a free upgrade to win 10.
Now I found the HP Recovery Manager is missing, and I guess that all of the other HP app no longer exists.
How can I get these dos applications?
The link in my previous post gives instructions on how to unlock Recovery Manager.
What you need to do is:
1. open 'C:\Program Files (x 86) \Hewlett-Packard\Recovery Manager' in the file Explorer.
2. right click on Rebecca.exe (recovery program) and click "copy."
3. paste it on your desktop.
4 unzip this download http://www.fluxbytes.com/software-releases/fileunsigner-v1-0/
5. drag your copied version of Rebecca.exe on FileUnsigner.exe
6. right click on Rebecca.exe on the desktop and click "copy."
7. paste in 'C:\Program Files (x 86) \Hewlett-Packard\Recovery Manager' and say yes to replace the existing file.
8. search "HP Recovery Manager", click on it and a prompt will come, click 'Yes' and it should open.
You can repeat this for other programs that are blocked. Basically, it removes the obsolete certificate which prevents opening in Windows 10.
I have audio problems after upgrade to win 10 64-bit.
Dell Latitude E5520 IDT 92HDxxx HD Audio
HDAUDIO\FUNC_01 & VEN_111D & DEV_76E7 & SUBSYS_1028049A & REV_1001
HDAUDIO\FUNC_01 & VEN_111D & DEV_76E7 & SUBSYS_1028049A
(1) if I use the built-in driver to Win 10 ("high definition Audio Device") I hear speakers/headphones and switching between the speakers and the works of helmet very well but my laptop computer microphone does not work ("not connected").
(2) if I use the latest Dell driver (IDT 92HDxxx HD Audio Driver) I hear initially via speakers, but as soon as I plug in headphones I can't switch back to the speakers (i.e. switching between the speakers and the headphones does not work) and my laptop computer microphone works.
I would be happy to provide more information and help to debug.
To a Microsoft Community Forum, I received the following reply from Rob Brown - Microsoft MVP:
AS OEM Dell is responsible for the good operation of the equipment both
and Windows. Check their documentation online with Dell Support, and
drivers and ask questions in the forums about known problems. Make sure that you are
Run the latest version of the BIOS, chipset and drivers.
I hope this helps.
I understand that the Latitude E5520 does not appear on the Dell "Computers tested for upgrade to Windows 10" list... However I was hoping maybe Dell could find in the goodness of their hearts to a updated driver IDT 92HDxxx... pretty please?
John D.johnsdaggAS OEM Dell is responsible for the good operation of the equipment both
Hi, John. It's quite nervous of a member of the MS forum say that Dell is responsible to operate Windows. It wasn't Dell but MS who claims that Win10 has most of the necessary drivers and if not then the drivers Win7 and Win8.1 would work.johnsdaggI was hoping that maybe Dell could find in the goodness of their hearts to a updated driver IDT 92HDxxx... pretty please?
I doubt that it is possible for two reasons. Dell went from IDT Realtek as the audio seller so probably not more a a contract with IDT, if IDT even exist anymore. A year ago IDT was acquired by another company. I do not know its current status, but it is sure that the acquiring company will not be upgrading old software IDT. Reference Dell itself does not write the audio drivers. Even when IDT was the seller I believe that Win7 drivers are the final versions - no version 8 or 8.1 I think.johnsdaggIf I use the built-in driver to Win 10 ("high definition Audio Device") I hear speakers/headphones and switching between the speakers and the works of helmet very well but my laptop computer microphone does not work ("not connected").
The native Windows audio driver can't stand struggling external mic. It is a MS 'known problem '. MS must implement a decision-making support, but there is no indication that it will be. Meanwhile, you have two workaround solutions. You can switch backwards between the natives and the IDT drivers. At some point Win10 could leave the IDT driver works correctly. Or get an outlet cheap usb audio to the microphone. Struggling running out-audio driver usb Windows native usb and so dependent no driver IDT.
Said Acer laptop, aspire 4830 T is obsolete and cannot be upgraded to win 10 even if get win 10 app says its compatible with the upgrade. He said that some drivers or devices may not work with 10 victory. I tried to upgrade to win 10, but not successful and displays C1900101 error code. can someone help me upgrade to win 10?
Your error code is listed here:
27 "mac OSX in early 2012 10.11.0 and recently upgraded to Fusion 8.02 and tempted to upgrade 8 Win Win 10 and the upgrade fails with a message that says:
This PC cannot run Windows 10 here's why: VMware SVGA 3D
Production of the display did not your screen compatible with Windows 10. Check with manufacture for support".
I have unchecked the selection of 3D graphics accelerated display Fusion settings, stop the machine virtual, rebooted and tried the upgrade to win 10, but always the same failure message. I thought I read on Fusion 8 was ready to win 10, but I could be wrong. Has anyone else had this situation? or suggestions for what I should do to correct the Win 10 upgrade failure.
Corrective thanks in advance for any advice.
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