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Nov 13,  · As promised, a quick guide to installing, running, and yes, now, updating windows 7 on kaby lake and later systems. We know that Microsoft has said windows 7 (and 8) will not be supported on new 7th and 8th generation systems. Not exactly true, they install and run just fine, they even download updates, to a point. Jan 10,  · For 8th and 9th Gen Intel Processor, Download and install this USB Driver, The rest will work fine in everything. So, that means installing Windows 7 on a intel 7th or 8th Gen processor PC will be tricky and unsupported/5(). Sep 05,  · Use Macrium Software | Macrium Reflect Free. My suggestion is to try to install win 7 on another disk (HDD or SSD). Then, if everything works, you can clone to the SSD replacing win Remember to detach all other disks (power or SATA cable) leaving on only the target disk. Edit: Your MB has H chipset.

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Apr 14,  · Purpose. This download installs a security update Intel® Graphics Driver for Windows 7 and Windows on 4th generation Intel® platforms. Note: This driver will not function with any other product. View the readme file for installation information and the . Nov 13,  · As promised, a quick guide to installing, running, and yes, now, updating windows 7 on kaby lake and later systems. We know that Microsoft has said windows 7 (and 8) will not be supported on new 7th and 8th generation systems. Not exactly true, they install and run just fine, they even download updates, to a point. Mar 14,  · Intel is not releasing a specific Intel® USB eXtensible Host Controller Driver for Windows 8, , or If you are upgrading from Windows* 7 to Windows 8, , or 10, uninstall the Intel USB eXtensible Host Controller Driver before installing the upgrade.” That simplifies matters. Last edited: Sep 19,

As promised, a quick guide to installing, running, and yes, now, updating windows 7 on kaby lake and later systems. We know that Microsoft has said windows 7 and 8 will not be supported on new 7th and 8th generation systems. Not exactly true, they install and run just fine, they even download updates, to a point. Microsoft decided to break their user agreement to continue support untill by blocking updates to 7th gen systems, beginning around March this year We used cloning software to do it, then sort out drivers, and also can be done slipstreaming an installation with all updates, something that could be difficult for the novice user, so this is for a ‘clean’ installation of windows 7.

Not as simple as installing windows 10, you’re going to have to work at it a little. As most new computers now only have USB 3. Easiest way is to download an ISO file for your operating version and yes, you do need a key from valid installation disk in order to activate it. You can put them back after. You will need a clean USB drive with at least 8gig of space.

From the extracted folder select the. Go to motherboard manufacturers website support section for your model and get the USB installation tool. This tool usually includes NVME drivers as well, windows 7 does not know about these drives and may not ‘see’ the drive, tick the box for USB 3. Everything from here on should work exactly as in the past when installing a new OS.

Enter the key from your version of windows 7 etc. Should it stop installing or not see a drive then a mistake was made in creating ISO file. Next, go ahead as normal with drivers etc. Note: the old Internet Explorer 8 does not work correctly these days, so get chrome first if you need to download things. It will be upgraded to IE11 through updates. Windows 7 has been out for a while, so there are a lot of updates, hundreds of them.

If you plan on using Office suite, install this before running updates. As said, Microsoft have modified the updates to block 7th gen computers and generate an error message saying; “unsupported operating system etc. Set updates to; “check for updates, but let me choose to download and install”.

When finished you MUST, deselect untick any or all monthly rollups, especially those from around March and later, I just deselected all rollups to start, they will be available again later.

We couldn’t find them, but do have a look for the 2 KB’s above, Microsoft are known to try and sneak things past us. If there, deselect. This method will get all the older updates with few problems at least.

As most know, you have to repeat this process a few times, some will fail as they require previous updates etc. Just make sure to Deselect the rollups each time and continue untill nothing left except the rollups.

Now the tricky part, there is a patch that removes the change which blocks updates. Go ahead and try the beta’s if you enjoy headaches. What we did, is to download and install each monthly rollup, one at a time, untill it was blocked, then run the patch, the good news is; the updates completed for that month, but the error eventually returned, so it is included in subsequent rollups. It is a simple matter of re running the patch, it only takes a few seconds, and continue updating untill it returns.

I have no idea what would happen if you selected all of them, as we were looking for the offending one. Now with this patch you can continue updating your windows 7.

But really, once fully updated, I would leave updates turned OFF, then once in a while check for updates. Microsoft are aware of this patch and will no doubt use some devious other method to enforce their will on us. While doing all this and considering making a short video, I found these 2 which shows in detail the proceedures. The difference being his update method, but it still worked in the end.

I like this guy and the way he presents, even though he sometimes just seems to be lost and rambling on. He makes mistakes but corrects them, then again, who doesn’t. So sit down, take the time and watch. This will get us through to should you find it neccessary to buy a new computer.

That’s if Microsoft ever stop telling lies. Microsoft are starting to remind me of my ex. Don’t misunderstand me, I still miss my ex, but my aim is improving. New Posts. Members Profile.

From another computer:. Please, do your self a favour, keep this USB copy of windows 7 somewhere safe. Once I have a clean fully setup copy installed on a new computer, I always clone it to another disk and store it, saves a lot of time should you need to do it all over.

Be aware, for 6th Generation Sky Lake there are no Microsoft restrictions any longer. Asus actually makes a tool that will allow several different methods to accomplish the task which includes support to make a ISO to burn to DVD without the need for a USB drive, or, using Ronski’s outline will work too.

That is for both z and z systems. I will delid the K and use original Coollaboratory liquid pro the original not the gel just like I did for Haswell 4. Motherboard will allow another PCI3 4x off of M. This will all be on W7x64 and wont be hindered or bothered by Windows10x updates or any other MSw10 nonsense. It will be upgradeable to W10 later if desired.. I prefer air. What’s the reason this time not going for the top dog video card which would be the GTX or Ti?

Don’t need it.. The tech they provide is typically 2 years behind if not more. I might be wrong.. I will find out. This much I do know.. P3D is not optimized nor is made to work in 4K. Those who insist are making their own headache and creating their own problems with exorbitant costs by using it that way.

I will work out the rest and report findings. Many of the parts I ordered are not required to accomplish the goal but that’s my list which I feel covers all the bases where the tower can be used for basic real world production work too, not just play games.

I would add additional M. That has at least in the past been the reason to go for the top dog, right? I honestly don’t think the Haswell running 4. I intend to put the card into my Haswell system and run the UHD monitor to see what happens and then compare to the new build. There wont be any wavy grass or large dynamic lighting addons involved. Those features were just introduced and undergoing development. Will you be doing the same tests as we did back in in the 3DMark06 thread?

Interesting discussion I’ve been thinking about what to do next with the current state of Windows. While my present system is still fine I want an upgrade path when the hardware changes make it worthwhile for me. I got some decent DDR4 back in May as insurance while it’s still available. I want nothing to do with Win 10 on any machine that I need to have control over – this is more of a concern for me than privacy etc.

One problem I can foresee with Win 7 is driver support for new hardware further out into the future although nothing last forever anyway and the Win 7 strategy discussed here is probably only viable for maybe the next 5 years or so. What do you think Nick? Hans, Yes.. PhysX tests are included with the later 3DM versions in which the application in question has none, and although some later lighting tests 3DM11 may start to become valid, right now that is all new and still under development.

I really can’t see how to relate the later 3DM tests to P3D in its current state but that may change later. None of the 3DM tests will be run in 4K. I would not have a way to equally compare the older and newer. The major difference in the last year has been the use of the app in 4K. I think as big screen TV’s have dropped dramatically in price, the use of 4k for Flightsim had dramatically increased and I understand why, its just that the app itself isn’t optimized and developed to run those pixels without crushing performance.

I won’t be using a TV though, it will be a modern released this year UHD monitor on the preferred digital input for the resolution. Rob, yes that is a very strong possibility giving how much pressure MS is placing on manufactures to push W Thus far I have not heard anything about, say, Nvidia developing cards that will only work in W10 other than for DX12 support.

Eventually, if I am still alive , I will have no choice but to move to it as will everyone else. But after them barking very loud and then backing down on Sky Lake systems I wouldn’t put it past MS to look at the market and figure out new and creative ways to push the OS on as many as possible using harsher tactics. Rob: Yes, Experian The individual has to take it upon themselves to assure as much of that as possible on their own. Relying on any online “service” including a operating system that is now considered “a service” to do it with the complete breach of what should have been considered “Fort Knox” in being secure, that was an eye opener.

This has all come about because of nearly 2 decades of clicking: I AGREE where they take it further and further each EULA and figure out just what the public is willing to allow and ignore.