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to use the dvd, use the windows 7 upgrade assistant
the dvd can be upgraded to windows 10, or it can be installed side-by-side with windows 7. it will erase everything on the dvd and put everything into windows 10. all your documents, music, pictures, and more are kept in place. you can also keep your files and programs just the way they are. once the upgrade is complete, you can use your dvd to upgrade your system from windows 7 to windows 10. to do this, boot from your dvd. if you already have windows 10, then it will be updated. if not, it will be installed.

windows 10 will be installed as an upgrade, so everything will be kept as it is, and you will still be able to keep all your programs, files, music, pictures, etc. click upgrade now and it will boot you into the upgrade wizard.

hi greg! i see you have been busy updating and maintaining windows 10. what have you noticed about the status of windows 10 home edition. i have upgraded a few of my computers from windows 8 to windows 10 and none have had any problems. this is great news for those who have been waiting to upgrade to 10. they won’t have to wait any longer. has there been any improvements or features that have been added to windows 10 home edition.
i have also noticed that there are a lot of complaints about people who have gone through the upgrade and were stuck on a black screen after login. what was the cause of that and how did you fix it.
thanks for your help!

download rundll32.exe for windows 7 starter

hey greg, i ran into the same issue. my pc had the black screen problem. i found a solution for that. you basically need to download the windows update history from the windows update webpage. then download the 3 updates (kb2919355, kb2920263, kb2920537) onto a usb drive and use the usb to upgrade. works like a charm for me, and i can now use my windows 10 pc.

download rundll32.exe for windows 7 starter hi greg, i was wondering what you mean by “you can boot to the windows 10 dvd and use that to upgrade, but the problem with that is that you lose all your data, apps, and settings. so, you really don’t have much of a choice.”
i’m still trying to learn about the windows 10 upgrade process. i have a netbook that i’m trying to upgrade from windows 8.1 to windows 10. the instructions say to download the windows 10 installation media, and put it in a cd drive and boot to it. i did that, but i’m getting a message that says, “the system cannot complete the requested operation. the system cannot complete the requested operation because no application is installed on the computer that is required to open the cd or dvd drive to perform the requested operation. ” is there anything i can do to make this work?
after the computer reboots, connect the usb drive to your computer and launch the windows 10 installer. at the end of the installation, you can test the new os by restarting the computer. if all goes well, you should see a windows 10 desktop. if you do not see that, you can go back to the previous os and use the windows 10 upgrade assistant to upgrade. for information about how to upgrade to windows 10, see how to install and upgrade to windows 10. once you’re on windows 10, you can restore the windows 7 partition and settings by running the windows 7 usb recovery drive. there’s a tutorial for creating a windows 7 usb recovery drive at windows central.
i have had this bug before. for the first 10 minutes or so of upgrading, it was slow as hell and i even tried running it using a usb. in the end, i had to restart the computer using the win7 usb recovery drive. i think it was because win7 used the new file system. if you choose to use a usb to upgrade, you may want to download the win7 usb recovery drive and use that before trying the win10 upgrade assistant. there’s a tutorial for creating a win7 usb recovery drive at windows central.