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Microsoft store

Microsoft Store

Windows 7 Setup


Training objectives

Training Objectives

  • Identify the features of Windows 7

  • Identify the different Setup Options

  • Identify the System Requirements of Windows 7

  • Identify the procedures on how to setup Windows 7


Windows 7 features

Windows 7 Features

There are many new and improved features in Windows 7. The changes are designed to make it faster and easier to perform everyday tasks as well as to improve the overall performance of Windows.


Windows 7 advanced features

Windows 7 Advanced Features

  • Action Center

  • Action Center Troubleshooters

  • Biometric Framework

  • Desktop Slideshow

  • Device Management

  • Handwriting Recognition

  • Home Group

  • Internet Explorer 8

  • Jump Lists

  • Media Features

  • Performance Improvements

  • Reduced Disk Space Utilization

  • Taskbar

  • Windows Touch


Disk space usage

Disk Space Usage

Windows 7 has disk usage space compared to Windows Vista. Beyond the changes to servicing, other specific disk space usage improvements include:

  • Reduction in size of drivers included on- disk

  • Log file size reduction and compression

  • Page file size reduction (Virtual RAM)

  • System Restore disk space usage reduced


Setup options

Setup Options

Windows 7 can be installed using one of the following methods. Each is discussed in more detail in this module.

Upgrade Install

This method can be used to install Windows 7 while preserving your current applications, user accounts, user profile data, and settings.


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Setup Options

Clean Install

This is the method to use for installing Windows 7 without preserving settings, such as on a new computer, when there is no upgrade path from your current operating system version, or due to a problem with your current installation.


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Setup Options

Windows Anytime Upgrade

This is the method for upgrading from one edition of Windows 7 to a higher edition.

Other Setup Options: (Not Supported)

OEM Image

This is the method of installation for many computers that you purchase with Windows 7 already installed. This installation method may include additional non-Windows software, preinstalled by the OEM Examples could include security software or other programs.

Corporate Deployment

This is the method some companies use to install Windows over a network or via automation so that each user does not need to perform setup-related tasks. This is out of scope for this course.


Recommended system requirements

Recommended System Requirements

  • 1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) processor

  • 1 gigabyte (GB) RAM (32-bit) or 2 GB RAM (64-bit)

  • 16 GB available hard disk space (32-bit) or 20 GB (64-bit)

  • DirectX 9 graphics device with WDDM (Windows Display Driver Model) 1.0 or higher driver


32 bit vs 64 bit

32-bit vs. 64-bit

  • What is the difference between 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows?

    The terms 32-bit and 64-bit refer to the way a computer's processor (also called a CPU), handles information. The 64-bit version of Windows handles large amounts of random access memory (RAM) more effectively than a 32-bit system.


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32-bit vs. 64-bit

  • How can I tell if my computer is running a 32-bit or a 64-bit version of Windows?

    Windows 7 and Vista


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32-bit vs. 64-bit

  • How can I tell if my computer is running a 32-bit or a 64-bit version of Windows?

    Windows XP

x64 = 64-bit x86 = 32-bit


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32-bit vs. 64-bit

  • Which version of Windows 7 should I install: the 32-bit version or the 64-bit version?

  • 64-bit will only work for 64-bit – could fully maximize the usage of 4GB and could handle upto 16TB of RAM

  • 32-bit will work for both – could handle a maximum of 4GB of RAM


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32-bit vs. 64-bit

  • How do I tell if my computer can run a 64-bit version of Windows?

    To run a 64-bit version of Windows, your computer must have a 64-bit-capable processor. To find out if your processor is 64-bit-capable in Windows 7 or Windows Vista, do the following:


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32-bit vs. 64-bit

Windows 7

Note: If your computer is already running a 64-bit version of Windows, you won't see the 64-bit capable listing


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32-bit vs. 64-bit


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32-bit vs. 64-bit

Windows Vista

Note: If your computer is already running a 64-bit version of Windows, you won't see the 64-bit capable listing


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32-bit vs. 64-bit

Windows XP

Note: If "x64 Edition" is listed under System, your processor is capable of running a 64-bit version of Windows


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32-bit vs. 64-bit

  • Can I upgrade from a 32-bit version of Windows to a 64-bit version of Windows 7 or from a 64-bit version of Windows 7 to a 32-bit version of Windows?

It depends

  • Windows Vista 64-bit – Windows 7 64-bit

  • Windows Vista 32-bit – Windows 7 32-bit


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32-bit vs. 64-bit

  • Windows Vista 32-bit to Windows 7 64-bit and Vice Versa

    Here’s How:

  • Back up your files

  • Choose “Custom” Install

  • Restore files

  • Reinstall programs


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32-bit vs. 64-bit

  • Can I run 32-bit programs on a 64-bit computer?

YES

Most programs designed for the 32-bit version of Windows will work on the 64-bit version of Windows. Notable exceptions are many antivirus programs


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32-bit vs. 64-bit

  • Can I run 64-bit programs on a 32-bit computer?

NO

If the program is specifically designed for the 64-bit version of Windows, it won't work on the 32-bit version of Windows.


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32-bit vs. 64-bit

  • Can I run 32-bit drivers on a 64-bit computer?

NO

Device drivers designed for the 32-bit version of Windows don't work on computers running a 64-bit version of Windows. If you're trying to install a printer or other device that only has 32-bit drivers available, it won't work correctly on a 64-bit version of Windows


Notes

Notes:

  • To install a 64-bit version of Windows 7 on a computer running a 32-bit version of Windows, you'll need to start, or boot, your computer using a 64-bit Windows 7 installation disc or files

  • If you start your computer using a 64-bit Windows 7 installation disc or files, but your computer isn't capable of running a 64-bit version of Windows, you'll see a Windows Boot Manager error. You'll need to use a 32-bit Windows 7 installation disc or files instead

  • Windows Easy Transfer can't transfer files from a 64-bit version of Windows to a 32-bit version of Windows. If you're running a 64-bit version of Windows Vista but you plan to install a 32-bit version of Windows 7, you can move your files to an external location manually or use Backup and Restore in Windows Vista

  • If you're running a 64-bit version of Windows XP, you'll need to move your files to an external location manually


Upgrade path

Upgrade Path


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Upgrade Path

  • Custom /Clean Install – gives you the option to either completely replace your operating system or install Windows on a specific partition or drive that you select. You could also perform a custom install if your computer does not have an operating system


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Upgrade Path

  • In-Place Upgrade – keeps your files, settings, and programs intact from your current version of Windows


Installation phases for upgrade path

Installation Phases for Upgrade Path


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Installation Phases for Upgrade Path


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Installation Phases for Upgrade Path


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Installation Phases for Upgrade Path


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Installation Phases for Upgrade Path


Compatibility report

Compatibility Report

Warnings or SoftBlock– When the compatibility report has identified an issue that could result in a less than desirable outcome, you will see a warning message. This indicates that the upgrade can continue, but with some impact to your current configuration.


Examples

Examples:

A warning message related to Windows features, such as the removal of Ultimate Extras, or language pack issues starts with this text:

Upgrading Windows will affect the following features

This may also include a step to turn off specific Windows Features:

These Windows features might not work properly after the upgrade. Before upgrading, we recommend turning off these features. Cancel the upgrade, open Control Panel, and search for “turn Windows features on or off”.


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Examples:

Upgrading Windows will affect the following devices and/or programs

The hardware compatibility message continues with this text:

These devices might not work properly after the upgrade. Before upgrading, we recommend updating the drivers for these devices. Cancel the upgrade, open Control Panel, and search for “update device drivers”, or go to the device manufacturer’s website to search for updated drivers.

For program compatibility issues, the message shows:

These programs might not work properly after the upgrade. Before upgrading, we recommend uninstalling these programs. Cancel the upgrade, open Control Panel, and search for “uninstall a program”. (Note: Programs marked as * can be safely reinstalled after the upgrade.)

All of these are messages indicate a potentially undesirable outcome, but not a problem that will prevent Setup from performing the upgrade.


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Compatibility Report

  • Upgrade Blocks or HardBlocks – Upgrade block messages differ from warnings in that they indicate that the upgrade cannot be performed. In order to upgrade Windows, you must first resolve the issues identified in the report.


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Examples:

When an upgrade blocking issue is found, the Compatibility Report will start with the following text:

The following issues are preventing Windows from upgrading. Cancel the upgrade, complete each task, and then restart the upgrade to continue.

This is followed by one of the following main types of actions:

  • Turn off these Windows features. Open Control Panel and search for “turn Windows features on or off”.

  • Uninstall these programs. Open Control Panel and search for “uninstall a program”.

  • Install updated drivers for the following devices. Open Control Panel and search for “update device drivers”.

    Once you complete the actions indicated, you should be able to complete the upgrade successfully.


Features removed during upgrade

Features Removed During Upgrade

  • Movie Maker

  • Photo Gallery

  • Windows Mail

  • Windows Calendar

  • Meeting Place


Ultimate components removed

Ultimate Components Removed

  • Ultimate Extras

    • Windows DreamScene and DreamScene Content Packs

    • Microsoft Tinker

    • Hold Em Poker Game

    • Windows Sound Schemes

  • Language Packs

    • Installed language packs are removed during the upgrade. You will need to reinstall language packs after the upgrade is complete.


Upgrade best practices

Upgrade Best Practices

  • Upgrade from Damaged Windows Vista

    Often during operating system releases, we encounter support calls from customers who are trying to resolve problems by upgrading to a new Windows version. This is a risky and often problematic approach to solving PC problems.

    Many of the software or hardware issues impacting the stability of Windows Vista could be migrated into, or directly affect the new installation of Windows 7. As a result, the best approach is to backup/migrate data, and perform a clean install of Windows 7.

    This means using the same procedure as recommend for Windows XP to Windows 7 migration.

    In addition, you might also recommend some steps to check for hardware issues, if the problems manifested as system instability or stop errors.


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Upgrade Best Practices

  • Backup Data before an Upgrade

    To protect against problems during the upgrade process, you should recommend that your customer perform a backup of critical data to an off-computer storage device before upgrading to Windows 7. This could be to an online backup service, DVD discs, or an external hard disk that is disconnected from the computer during setup.

    This precaution can help protect against coincidental hardware failures that may damage data on the machine, as well as from other potential problems.


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Upgrade Best Practices

  • Upgrade on Small Disk PCs

    Small disk PCs, such as netbooks, present challenges for an upgrade installation. The upgrade process maintains a copy of the original operating system files so that a rollback can be performed in the event of problems. This means that additional free disk space is needed

    As a general recommendation, you should have 16 GB free disk space for upgrade to complete successfully. The minimum possible space permitted by setup much less.

    If you have insufficient space to upgrade even after freeing disk space, follow the same recommendation as for Windows XP to Windows 7 migration – migrate out data and settings, then clean install Windows 7.


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Upgrade Best Practices

  • Uninstall back to Previous Version

    During an upgrade to Windows 7 there is a Rollback option provided from the Boot Menu providing an option to return to the previous OS configuration. This is removed at the end of Online Configuration.

    Once the Rollback option is removed, there is not an Uninstall procedure that returns you directly to the pre-setup state. This is the same as was done in Windows Vista.

    To return to the previous version of Windows you must perform a clean installation of that previous version.


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Upgrade Best Practices

  • Repairing Windows 7 with an In-Place Upgrade

    Like Windows Vista, Windows 7 supports re-install from within Windows in order to repair the current installation


Custom clean installation

Custom | Clean Installation

When you clean install via DVD boot, Windows 7 setup launches directly into WinPE mode. When starting in this way, you are given full setup options for disk configuration and partition creation.


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Custom | Clean Installation

  • WinPE (Pre-Installation Envi)

  • The first step of setup from DVD boot is to “Press any key to boot from CD or DVD.”


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Custom | Clean Installation

  • WinPE begins loading, and shows the “Windows is loading files” progress indicator, as shown below.


Windows anytime upgrade

Windows Anytime Upgrade

  • Windows Vista – involved setup.exe and one of the risks is data loss

  • Windows 7 – unlocks the feature of a certain edition. Driver, data and application migration issues are completely bypassed


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Windows Anytime Upgrade

  • Open start and type “Windows Anytime Upgrade” or;

  • Open the Windows Anytime Upgrade module via the Control Panel and enter the  new key and finally re-activate Windows


Wau activation states

WAU Activation States

  • Licensed – with Windows Genuine logo

  • Initial Grace Period – grace period given usually 30 days before the software expires

  • Notification – another 3 days of grace period after 30 days

  • Additional Grace Period – happens when a major hardware component was changed

  • Non – Genuine Grace Period – without Genuine Logo

  • Unknown – incompatibility with licensing components

  • Unlicensed –


Types of product keys

Types of Product Keys

  • Retail Key

  • Retail Upgrade Key

  • OEM SLP Key – Embedded on the disk

  • OEM COA Non-SLP Key


Wau basic troubleshooting steps

WAU Basic Troubleshooting Steps

  • Verify Key

  • Verify the installed product

    (if compatible but still having issues…)

  • Stop and show 3rd party services by going to msconfig to unblock a possible cause


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WAU Basic Troubleshooting Steps

  • Check for compatibility – for drivers and hardware incompatibility, check your manufacturer’s website to download new drivers that will run with Windows 7

  • Check for Internet Connection – WAU process needs internet connection


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WAU Basic Troubleshooting Steps

  • Turn –off AntiVirus– Antivirus or anti-malware program and third-party firewall may interfere with the installation of Windows 7 during the upgrade process. Temporary turn-off the security tools and re-enable only after the install process has finished.


Windows recovery environment winre

Windows Recovery Environment (WinRE)

  • Startup Repair – automatically fix problems that are preventing windows from starting or booting

  • System Restore – restore windows to an earlier point

  • System Image Recovery – recover your computer using system image created earlier

  • Windows Memory Category – check your computer for memory hardware errors

  • Command Prompt – for accessing commands


Network connection status

Network Connection Status

  • Computer Logo or Signal– means the computer can receive and send data

  • Triangle with Exclamation Point – Limited or No Connectivity (do the troubleshooting in Action Center. If not resolve, contact servicer)

  • With X – no connection


How to check drivers

How to check Drivers

Click on Start and type Device Manager

  • ? – not installed

  • ! – conflicting with other hardware (incompatible)

  • X – disabled


Windows easy transfer wet

Windows Easy Transfer (WET)

Windows Easy Transfer is the easiest way to backup files to another computer, external harddrive, flashdrive, other

User Account and CD/DVD

Note: Migration Rules (PC-PC)

32-bit – 32-bit (possible)

64-bit – 32 bit (not possible)


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Windows Easy Transfer (WET)

  • For Windows Vista and Windows 7 (WET) is already included

  • For Windows XP, you have to download and install the files for you to use the application


How to do wet in windows 7

How to do WET in Windows 7

Three methods to transfer files:

  • Using a Windows Easy Transfer Cable (direct PC-to-PC)

  • Over a network

  • External hard drive


Backup and restore

Backup and Restore

  • Another way to back up your files before doing the upgrade. For Windows 7, it’s only available for Windows 7 Professional and Ultimate. This feature will automatically back up the files to another storage space depending on your configuration


Thank you

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