Hey,guys,how do you do?Nice to see you again.After the preparation of installing Windows 7,now it’s time to move on to the next step,the Windows 7 Installation.
Here is another little tips :the backup.
You may install Windows 7 on a computer that already has an operating system installed. In that case, you will have to consider what to do with existing data on the disk.You may want to completely wipe the existing data and start clean. Or you may want to incorporate Windows 7 into the existing setup, whether as a side-by-side installation or an upgrade.Whatever you choose, please make sure your files are safely backed up, so that you do not accidentally, irrecoverably overwrite critical data during the installation.
How to install Windows 7 steps:
Step*1 Turn ON your PC and Press ‘F2’Continuously. There will come up and you will see option to boot through CD/DVD or USB. Select and Windows will start loading its files.
Step*2 You will be now taken to the Install now menu. This is the part to select Language for your windows. Select your language and click Next. Also there will be a ‘INSTALL NOW’ button. Click on it and proceed .
Step*3 Then you will see a license agreement. Choose ‘I ACCEPT’ and proceed to NEXT. ‘UPGRADE’ and ‘CUSTOM’. After this, you will have to decide whether you want to Upgrade an existing installation or perform a Custom (advanced) installation, which is basically creating a new copy of Windows.We will discuss multiple boots in a separate tutorial. For now, if you are interested, you may want to explore a Dual boot tutorial that tackles this issue from the Linux side, with a Linux distribution being installed alongside Windows XP. In the soon-to-come multiple-boot tutorial, I will address the installation of Windows 7 alongside other Windows (XP and 7), as well as Linux.
Personally, I recommend you install a new copy. Fresh installations are always better. Your machine starts in a pristine state and does not rely on old leftovers.
Step*4 Partitioning: The next step is to choose where you want to install Windows 7. This is probably the most important part of the entire installation, so you need to be very careful here and make the right choices.We only have a 20GB unallocated space on our disk, so we have no dilemma. However, it is possible that you may have other partitions from previous installations present, or you may have created a custom partitioning setup before starting Windows 7 installation using a third-party partitioning software, like GParted. We will soon this discuss in greater detail. For now, let us create our Windows 7 partitions.
Step*5 When you have created the drives, Simply Select the drive in which you want to install windows. Click ‘Format’, this will erase all the previous data on you that drive. Click on ‘NEXT’ to proceed.
Ok,I think today may be too many for some inexperienced users,so i want to talk about the rest tomorrow,hope you like it.
See you guys at Part C!!