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How do you install Windows 7 from a Dell recovery disc?

10/28/2011 09:16 by jvanhorn

I upgraded my Dell to Windows 7 from Vista and need to reinstall 7. I have the Windows 7 files on my internal recovery disc. How do I boot the setup from the internal disc? It automatically boots from the main partition.
First answer posted by Artemaria at 10/28/2011 09:17
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  • The best thing is calling Dell Support, they are very nice and they will help you, if you computer have warranty.
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