Reformatting Win7(30 posts)
Here is how to do a real clean install without bloatware: http://www.sevenforums.com/tut.....ost1839164
And no, the updates you will have to install again. But they come automatically. The programs you will have to reinstall too. Just make sure you save your user data first.
Do you more knowledgeable folks do a clean install very often?
I was going to do one then make a clone using Macrium or something like it.
I like to do it every once in a while because it is like a new machine-at least for quite awhile.
I did one on my own and it was quite simple. I did back up all my dat
I looked at that tutorial and did exactly what they did, except I have my disc so I didn't have to the ISO thing.
I got a notice from Microsoft that my version of Win7 probably was an illegal version and they seemed quite concerned for awhile but I got that solved.
I noticed that you can even avoid typing in the product key code by using: http://www.joshcellsoftwares.c.....nager.html
Also, you can back up the drivers by using some simple program call Double Driver.
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