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I forgot to mention, and noticed that Phillip did If you have changed a bunch of settings and don't remember the original setting, you should be able to Restore Defaults Did this solve your problem?
Sorry this didn't help. Usually this happens when its not FAT Ensure that you load the. The Microsoft tool mentioned earlier always formats to NTFS, one of the reasons I no longer recommend its use in my guides.
Your's may or may not be the same Didn't mean to butt in, but didn't know how long you have been waiting, or when Phillip may reply I was able to find a bit more info on your bios settings in the instructions for updating the BIOS You do say that you contacted the Manufacturer and they advised you as to what edition was installed.
The manufacturer said it came with 8 pro on it. Some manufacturer's have "models" that have different "Part numbers" I'm in a bit of a learning mode here also, so don't feel bad There are a number of companies that create the BIOS for the manufacturers Most don't create their own Your machine may have been built while it still being developed, for lack of a better term This situation is constantly throwing curves into what used to be much more standardized, and certainly easier and less confusing.
I just checked mine to double check It's strange that the instructions for the tool don't mention that, but I couldn't find it First off, in my bios settings for "SATA" It may even be that I can't change my settings for that. Does that even matter? Whatever it's on now, is what it was on when the machine worked as it was intended.
In the video, while deleting the partitions during installation, one was left behind. Is that something I need to do? If so, how do I know? If I tell it to make a new partition, do I need four of them?
I don't know if my install port is 3. It's probably a good bet that the flash drive isn't either. It's got a couple years on it as well.
During the video, a wireless internet connection was used. I would've thought that it'd be too slow. I have pretty decent speed on my internet, but it's not commercial grade, or anything to brag about really. It's probably average for a residence. I had a Ethernet cable at the ready for the install, but it would be less cumbersome, if I could do it with wi-fi. Next question is about the Microsoft account used while initializing.
The laptop is my uncle's. I saw that you just used "Phillip" and didn't set up the whole thing. Do I need his info right away, or can it be done later?
Should I try to look up the sata drivers and f6 drivers for this laptop ahead of time? The video said that if installation media was newer, I might not need them. Tell us about your experience with our site. RookieRooke Created on March 5, I have had my hard drive crash on my laptop.
I've bought a new hdd, and created the media to reinstall. The installation asks for my product key. I have downloaded the product key tool.
How do I use the tool without having access to windows. I imagine this question has been raised and even answered here. I would appreciate a swift kick in the right direction. Thank you for your time. This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. I have the same question 5. RookieRooke Replied on March 8, In reply to slance's post on March 8, I disabled the legacy emulation.
Thanks for marking this as the answer. How satisfied are you with this reply? Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. How satisfied are you with this response? User Replied on March 8, In reply to RookieRooke's post on March 8, I advise disabling the options for legacy boot otherwise you may boot to legacy instead of UEFI and be stuck on the same screen.
My current bios settings I used it initially because it worked for him. Let you know how it goes. Hi, What is the complete model of your laptop? In reply to RobinCarr's post on March 8, Hi, That looks good But if you restore it to original settings once the install is complete it may be OK Phillip may know more about that In reply to RookieRooke's post on March 9, Hi, I was able to find a bit more info on your bios settings in the instructions for updating the BIOS Check yours and see how it is set Bill Smithers Replied on March 6, In reply to RookieRooke's post on March 6, Hi, Your machine should have a Model , Part , and Serial It's no big deal I just thought I might have better luck finding something RookieRooke Replied on March 13, In reply to slance's post on March 13, I only ask so many questions so we're not at this till the end of time.
Thank you for your patience. This site in other languages x.
How To Retrieve Windows 8 and 10 OEM Product Key From BIOS
Days till Win9 reveal Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. Enables you to view the OEM product key assigned to your computer in a quick, efficient way, by displaying it on its main window. This technique makes it easier for users to store their serial numbers safely, since the traditional certificates might suffer from physical damage, such as tearing or ripping. In reply to slance's post on March 13, I had a Ethernet cable at the ready for the install, but it would be less cumbersome, if I could do it with wi-fi. I don't know if my install port is 3. I disabled the legacy emulation. Your machine may have been built while it still being developed, for lack of a better term
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It's probably a good bet that the flash drive isn't either. Let you know how it goes. Please enter your name here. I only ask so many questions so we're not at this till the end of time. I havn't tried that one, but have a look at Belarq. Does that even matter? I just checked mine to double check The main intention for this change by Microsoft is to limit the number of keys being compromised.
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I disabled the legacy emulation. New 21 Feb Let you know how it goes. Thank you for your time. Ensure that you load the. HP Pavilion dvc10us OS: The downside is that they will have a little chance of seeing or saving a copy of it for future use, or as the physical approval for having a proper licensed Windows 8. If I tell it to make a new partition, do I need four of them? I imagine this question has been raised and even answered here. Has anyone tried Magical Jelly Bean - keyfinder?