I have two laptops: one with Windows 7 Home, and the other one with Windows 7 Ultimate.I am currently using the newer laptop with Windows 7 Home, but I would like to install Windows 7 Ultimate from the CDs I purchased (which I used for the older laptop). What do I need to do? Do I need to unregister the laptop with Ultimate or can I just install Ultimate in this newer laptop?
On my new Fujitsu laptop, I replaced Windows 7 Home Basic 64-bit with Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 64-bit.However, I cannot see any option to use the webcam. Infact the camera is not listed (or its icon not visible) anywhere in the system.
I cannot seem to figure out how to get the keyboard layout to install correctly.Every time I install whether it's japanese keyboard, IME keyboard, even installing in English with English keyboard always everything to the right of the U, H and N keys comes up wrong.my j's k's and l's are all numbers.Install in English and then add Japanese keyboard later?
I purchased a SBT-SP6C which is on Microsoft's Windows 7 acceptable hardware list. I've installed it and downloaded the Windows 7 drivers fromthe Sabrent website. The device shows up in my system, but I get no sound. I know my speakers work because I hooked them up to an external source. I can hear some feedback when I unplug the jack.
I cleaned the dust from the comp & since then I am getting this error, sound is only working on front 2 speakers. i ensured the card is properly installed, which it is. Last 4 months its been working fine with 4.1 speakers.
Now I cant start the EAX control setting.
I uninstalled the card & drivers & cleaned the registry then reinstalled the drivers from CD.
On installation of the drivers & sound it detects by old speakers as stereo only but all 4 speakers give sound which is too bad, I can now use the EAX control settings .
then I run the windows update it download a creative driver which when installed does show me 4.1 speakers but now the EAX control panel wont open & gives error.
"the audio device supported by this application is not detected. The application will exit"
any clue what went wrong & how can I get this working?
i'm using hp pavilion g series intel inside core i5,originally it was installed with windows 7 home premium and after i experienced some problems i upgrated to windows 7 ultimate.so now i wanna load gaming graphics on my laptop and i'm struggling.
I recently purchase an HP Pavilion G6 which comes with windows 8 so i have decided to reformat the hard drive and install windows 7. My problem now it won't boot up from the DVD drive even an USB DVD drive still won't boot up.
i'm using hp pavilion g series intel inside core i5,originally it was installed with windows 7 home premium and after i experienced some problems i upgrated to windows 7 ultimate.so now i wanna load gaming graphics on my laptop
after upgrading to win 7 32 to from vista my sound dose not eork properly. i get a sound bar but no internal audio on speakers. my headphone socket works,well it works at such a low volume that its useless even when turned up full. i have tryed everything to sort this but no joy even after talking to hp. i have tryed every driver known to man,every setting ,well you get the picture. i have a hp dv 9000 motherboard qanta 30 bd chipset intel 945pm bios f.2e
I have been starting to make voice overs for my videos recently using a Turtle Beach x11 headset and everything has been working ok. Suddenly whenever I start recording I get this like popping sound (like when you pop your ears) lasts for about 1-2 seconds and I dont know how to get rid of it. It also happens when recording with my inbuilt laptop mic.
My Laptop running Windows 7 gives an error when trying to boot and leads me to the Startup Repair. Startup Repair then gives the following message:Startup Repair Cannot repair this computer automaticallywith an option to Send Information or not to Send Information The Problem details log leaves the following information:Problem signature:Problem Event Name: StartupRepairOfflineProblem Event Signature 01: 6.1.7600.16358Problem Event Signature 02: 6.1.7600.16358Problem Event Signature 03: unknownProblem Event Signature 04: 21201029Problem Event Signature 05: External MediaProblem Event Signature 06: 11Problem Event Signature 07: NoBootFailureOs Version: 6.1.7600.2.0.0.256.1Locale ID: 1033I tried using the Windows 7 disk to go back to a previous restore point before the problem occurred and I received this error message again after starting with out the Windows 7 disk
Any headphones I plug in to either of the two ports, the right headphone doesnt work. i tried with different headphones none of them work ( new or old ones.) when i try plug the headphones on others pc and laptop,both right and left side is working fine external speakers work well. sound balance settings is at 100 and when i press test button i hear from two headphones. But the problem is, the left headphone is the only one I can hear out of when fully plugged in(when playing audio or video)
maybe there is some sound setting problems, or any updates that caused this problem, i set it to default but still i got the same problem, there is no sign that i missing my sound driver in my device manger.
I'm running a 32 bit Win 7
(The odd thing is it was just fine with one of my headphones a few minutes ago but now nothing! its not working again.
I unwittingly purchased a dodgy copy of Windows Ultimate a few months back - Microsoft just informed me a week ago. So I have now purchased a good copy of W7 Pro thinking I could just replace one with the other but on researching this, it doesn't appear to be the case. I have backed up all my files and programs onto an external hard drive and I have partitioned my C drive. If I install W7 Pro on the partition, will it work over and above the Ultimate? If not, can I just do a clean install with the W7 Pro from scratch and if so, will that work? I really don't want to mess my PC up as I use it daily for work.
I'm in the process of buying a SSD to install my OS on. I am getting a 60 GB one. What I was going to do is Install Windows 7 Ultimate and my programms like Lightroom and Photoshop also Office and then keep any images and files from the software on a spinning drive. After purchasing the drive I decided it might be an idea to also have Win XP Pro on as some of my hardware like scanner does not have a driver for Windows 7. Will I get all this on the 60 GB SSD or should I have got a larger one.
I need to reinstall the Windows 7 Ultimate on my machine because of endless problems I am having after I changed my motherboard.Currently installed OS is Ultimate 64bit which is an upgrade from Vista Home 64bit. The problem is I lost my both Vista and Ultimate DVDs and need to buy a new one.If I buy Ultimate upgrade version, will it work? Can I install it over my current Ultimate, or will it require a lower grade of windows installed on the machine (e.g. Vista, Windows 7 Home, Pro etc.)
I have an hp pavillion a1130n with 1.5 GB of ram. I am trying to install windows 7 ultimate x64. I am positive my PC can handle this. Despite its lack of .5 GB of ram. I have tried to install windows 7 ultimate 5 times. Two of them sent me directly to my windows XP SP3. The first gave me BOOTMGR is compressed. Press ctrl+alt+del to restart, followed by an endless loop. The other two times went like this: windows let me use the wireless on the pc to connect to my router, set a system time and user. When it finalizes its settings, it gives me 4 error windows. They each say I am missing a disc. I pressed "cancel" the first time and "retry" the 2nd time. This does not change the outcome, which is windows says "Welcome", followed by "shutting down". When I turn it back on it gives me the "black screen with the cursor" error. This is the error I am having. However, I can boot my windows XP again. I can also reinstall windows, if there is a point in trying. Things I should mention: I am using a usb to install do to my lack of a physical disc. I am not certain the ISO I have put on my flash drive is valid. What I do NOT want people to tell me: 1 install x32. THAT WILL PISS ME OFF. 2 Get a disc. I CAN'T. 3 Install more ram. I can't order any and I lost my 2GB ram card. And, plus, I am using my flash drive as ram once I am done with this. 4 use a different windows version (proffesional, home, basic, etc.) So, I would like a solution to this, because my windows xp is slow.
I have tried every guide and tip on the Internet to try and get my stupid speakers to work on my laptop. I installed Windows 7 Ultimate x64 and have everything working on it except for the sound. I have no sound what so ever and when ever I try to click on the little speaker on the bottom right corner, a window pops up talking about troubleshooting. I am at my wits end with this stupid machine.
I just got a netbook and it came with Windows 7 Starter, and a whole lot of preloaded crap. Apparently it also doesn't come with a boot disc, that the 'factory settings' are hidden deep within the system somewhere. Well, I don't seem to like the factory settings, and I want to install Windows 7 full version, clean, with no preloaded crap, but I don't know the best way to go about it, since this netbook doesnt have a disc drive. Also, I'll be departitioning and formatting and installing blank, but if something goes amiss, I don't have a disk to reinstall the starter edition? I've heard I can turn a USB into a boot drive to install an OS off of, but can I download a backup copy of Starter Edition to put back on the computer in case anything goes wrong?