What happens if I reinstall Windows 7?

I have Windows 7 if I install it on a separate partition, what will happen?

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    Long story short, I want the nagging box go away, and I'm out of ideas.

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    Second: drive D right click, entered the security, hit advanced, tap on change permissions, open my standard user and deleted permissions. I hit OK, checked the box on the next screen to replace all child object permissions and click OK. It took some time to change all the permissions, but then I checked the various folders and files to confirm that the standard user was on the list.

    Third: once this was done, I did the same thing AGAIN. Right click the D drive, entered the security, hit advanced, tap on change permissions, open my standard user and he gave TOTAL CONTROL. I hit OK, checked the box on the next screen to replace all child object permissions and click OK. It took some time to change all the permissions, but then I checked the various folders and files to confirm that the standard user was on every list with full control.

    Fourth: I changed to the standard user account and tried to move one of the files previously not moveable, and it worked very well.

    MY THEORY OF WHY THIS HAPPENED: when I reinstalled windows, I chose the same username of the main account again. This may have confused the file system, so I need to get rid of all remnants of the old installation. My username and the name of the computer being the same, I just need to trash the permissions for the old compname/username and then reset again for the compname/current user name.

    I could be WAY OFF with this theory, but it seems to have worked.

    A bit of research I could do, but I'm not going to do, would be to reinstall Windows again and choose a different computer name and the user name to see if the same issues that happened, or if the new permissions set correctly. Or heck, even if the old permissions were still there, but once I took control at the start, it would work. But I'm not going to reinstall Win again, so I don't know who.

    Basically, I think that when you have a situation like mine, it is maybe just tell Windows to appropriate the entire disk is not good enough, and you must make sure that all the old stuff is removed before this. (If your username and compname are the same thing again.)

    As how young Win7 is, I guess the percentage of those who have reinstalled as it is still quite low, so it's probably a problem not frequently encountered. You can have people from MS to test on this!

    Thanks for all the help, I'll be sure to check if there are other problems and let you know!

    -Gary

  • Windows 11 media won't start - resolved by reinstalling Windows Media Player 11

    I can't get media 11 start... anyone have the same problem?

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  • If I reinstall Windows 8, what happens?

    Once I updated my PC, a lot has changed in my computer. Camera, music, apps etc. disappeared. Here is a picture...

    What happens if I re - install Windows 8 will be the apps that come with it when I bought it will come back to us? Or it will just look like that? Plain and boring?
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    Lol it was already Win8 when I bought it.

    Yes, preinstalled applications will be reinstalled, but all the applications that you have installed yourself, because you got the computer will be deleted.

    Applications of the camera and the music are integrated in Windows 8.

    Press Windows + Z to the start screen

    Scroll through the list, you should see them there.

  • What happens to my data if I reinstall windows 7

    my system does not work correctly, and I think that some of my windows got corrupted programs.  I think I need to reinstall windows 7 to fix the problem

    Hello

    The best safe method would be to always have redundant backups of your data. An Installation repair help - that allows to maintain the programs and data - maybe the last link below.

    You mean reinstall the OS completely? If you have the Windows 7 DVD you can do this however remember to completely backup your data off the drive and you need to reinstall your programs. If you don't have Windows 7 disks, you can buy them in your machine to cheap system. If you don't care about existing programs, then you can do a complete new installation - just select the format options that erases the entire disc (This erases all data as well). Some system manufacturers use Partitions of recovery as well as other methods to allow you to return to a completely new installation. So check with your system manufacturer to see what options you have to do - and it's certainly doable - just a matter of the manufacturer of the system processes in place for you.

    How can I perform a clean Installation of Windows?
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    How to do a clean install with Windows 7, this wipes ALL programs and data on
    http://www.SevenForums.com/tutorials/1649-clean-install-Windows-7-a.html

    How to start on the System Recovery Options in Windows 7
    http://www.SevenForums.com/tutorials/668-system-recovery-options.html

    What are the system recovery options in Windows 7?
    http://Windows.Microsoft.com/en-us/Windows7/what-are-the-system-recovery-options-in-Windows-7

    How to do a Custom Installation of Windows 7
    http://www.SevenForums.com/tutorials/20146-custom-install-Windows-7-a.html

    How to do a clean install with a Windows 7 upgrade Version
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    How to do a upgrade install Inplace of Vista to Windows 7
    http://www.SevenForums.com/tutorials/1818-upgrade-install-Windows-7-a.html

    Installation and reinstallation of Windows 7 (upgrade - store programs and data or New Installation that removes them)
    http://Windows.Microsoft.com/en-us/Windows7/installing-and-reinstalling-Windows-7

    How to do a repair installation to repair Windows 7
    http://www.SevenForums.com/tutorials/3413-repair-install.html

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    If you need to repair disks - these help repair Windows not re-install.
    Often an ERD will help you when the recovery disk does not work.

    Download Windows 7 system recovery discs
    http://NeoSmart.net/blog/2009/Windows-7-system-repair-discs/

    How to create a Windows 7 system repair disc
    http://www.SevenForums.com/tutorials/2083-system-repair-disc-create.html

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    If necessary: a repair Installation allows to keep the programs and data, even if redundant backups are always a good idea.

    How to do a repair installation to repair Windows 7
    http://www.SevenForums.com/tutorials/3413-repair-install.html

    I hope this helps.
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    Office 2000
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    Mac_the_Nike wrote: [I just reinstalled windows xp] Office 2000
    Cannot install updates

    HOW to get a computer that is running Windows XP Gold (no Service Pack) fully patched (after a clean install)
    http://groups.Google.com/group/Microsoft.public.windowsupdate/MSG/3f5afa8ed33e121c

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    ~ Robear Dyer (PA Bear) ~ MS MVP (that is to say, mail, security, Windows & Update Services) since 2002 ~ WARNING: MS MVPs represent or work for Microsoft

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