Login or register to post comments garymguk on Oct 17, 2013 I have windows 8.1 pro with media center on one pc and the update does not seem to be working. Is there someplace I can download the update as a stand alone installer to upgrade my home desktop from Win8 to 8.1? The Windows 8 Pro-Pack product let’s you upgrade only if you have a device already running Windows 8.1 ("Core") operating system. Login or register to post comments Jeff_S on Oct 17, 2013 Same here. http://easylinkr.com/windows-8-1/upgrade-from-win-8-1-home-to-win-8-1-pro.php
I'd also expect the full Pro version to be able to upgrade 8.1 Home to 10 Pro. So, by the time I upgraded to the 8.1 Pro, all the required updates for Windows 8, and Windows 8.1 regular were all done.Since my system is brand new with an If 10 is like 7 or 8, you'd need Pro to support two physical CPU sockets, but most home users don't have anything like that. What's New?
You should see the option to upgrade through the store. Login or register to post comments kamal on Oct 17, 2013 I am one of those who lives in the boonies and does not have a fast, reliable internet connection. I guess I should have wait on 8.0, MS somehow always finds a way to screw early adapters and enthusiasts.
In order to navigate out of this carousel please use your heading shortcut key to navigate to the next or previous heading. I could not get a new laptop without Windows 8 on it, at least where I was looking for laptops. Login or register to post comments gmcsykes on Oct 18, 2013 One of my update out of 3 keeps failing over to "restoring your previous version of windows" about to throw Windows 8.1 Pro Upgrade Download So this device actually was registered with digital entitlements for both versions of Windows 10 (Home and Pro) on Microsoft's activation servers.I then downloaded Microsoft's recovery image for the Surface 3,
and I was wondering if the $119 upgrade could go from win 8.1 home direct to the win 10 Pro ? Windows 8.1 Pro Pack I do not currently have many programs/applications (and my data and photos will be on backup USB) on my desktop and hope this will be easy. In this topic: Windows 8.1 Edition Upgrades Windows 8 Edition Upgrades Windows 8 Supported Upgrade Paths Windows 8.1 Edition Upgrades Windows 8.1 upgrades are available in the Windows Store or on http://superuser.com/questions/678539/upgrading-windows-8-1-to-8-1-pro-fails-with-this-key-wont-work-check-it-and-t You need to IGNORE THE ERROR MESSAGE! (The error message is a bug in Windows 8.1).7.
To enter the key, I go to Control Panel - System, I see Windows Edition as 8.1. Upgrade Windows 8.1 To 10 Pro Login or register to post comments dustmagnet on Oct 17, 2013 Thanks for the tip. Show details Buy the selected items togetherThis item:Microsoft Windows 8.1 Pro Pack (Win 8.1 to Win 8.1 Pro Upgrade) - Key Card by Microsoft Windows 8 $139.99 Only 5 left in Upgrade to Windows 8 You can upgrade to Windows 8 and keep Windows settings, personal files, and applications from the following Windows operating system editions: Windows 7 Starter Windows 7 Home Basic Windows 7 Home
Sponsored To run it, in the Start page, begin typing Windows Anytime Upgrade, and when the result appears on the right hand side search results, either click Enter or click on Get More Info Error about unsupported CPU - PAE, NX, SSE2. I click on "Get more features with a new edition of Windows" link, and in the popup "Add features to Windows 8.1" I select "I already have a product key". I'm so jazzed. Upgrade To Windows 8.1 Pro With Only A Product Key
We appreciate your feedback. currently investigating Login or register to post comments pcguy on Oct 17, 2013 Tried upgrading Win8.0 Pro w WMC to 8.1 twice and both times upgrade failed. Also easy.But what if you have a Windows 7 Professional or Ultimate key, or a Windows 8/8.1 Pro key? useful reference Note: The only major difference between these installs, aside from the installer download size, is that those with Windows 8.1 or RT 8.1 Preview will need to reinstall all of their
or Add to List Sorry, there was a problem. Windows 8.1 Anytime Upgrade In the Add features to Windows 8.1 window click I already have a product key (assuming, of course, you have one; if not, purchase one). How stupid is that?
I took the machine to the MS Store and they said I had to reinstall 8.0 and then all the updates and then do the upgrade to 8.1. share|improve this answer edited Apr 17 '15 at 1:15 Wes Sayeed 8,47921743 answered Apr 17 '15 at 0:54 user438416 1 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign You want to upgrade to Windows 10 Pro. this page Browse other questions tagged windows-update windows-8.1 or ask your own question.
I clicked Change Product Key from the System Control Panel (there's an identical button on the Activation page in Settings). Login or register to post comments pjmasi on Oct 18, 2013 Yup, I'm getting the same thing. Well done, Microsoft! Do you really want Pro?
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