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How to Upgrade Windows Vista to
Windows 7   
(using Upgrade option)
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   You can Upgrade from Windows Vista to Windows 7 within the operating system using Windows 7
installation disk. Using the upgrade options all your settings and files will not be changed.

   Start Upgrade process by inserting Windows 7 installation disk in your cd/dvd-rom device
and press on Install now
If previously in bios you selected that your CD/DVD/RW to be your first boot device you will be prompted to
press any key to begin the installation.
Do not press any key because you will start another installation, just wait the installation to continue.
If previously in bios you selected that your CD/DVD/RW to be your first boot device you will be prompted to
press any key to begin the installation.
Do not press any key because you will start another installation, just wait the installation to continue.
Select Use recommended settings.  
Enter Your Product Key then press Next to continue.
Note: You can leave it blank press Next and register your product later.
Review your time and data settings then press Next.  
We recommend to choose Public network ( you can change this settings later ).  
If previously in bios you selected that your CD/DVD/RW to be your first boot device you will be prompted to
press any key to begin the installation.
Do not press any key because you will start another installation, just wait the installation to continue.
Windows upgrade will continue after restart.  
If previously in bios you selected that your CD/DVD/RW to be your first boot device you will be prompted to
press any key to begin the installation.
Do not press any key because you will start another installation, just wait the installation to continue.
Windows upgrade will continue after restart.  
Click on Upgrade section to continue.  
Check I accept the license terms and press Next.  
We recommend to use Do not get the latest updates for installation  
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