OS Windows 8 Pro Quote 07 Aug 2014 #5 elbmek View Profile View Forum Posts Senior Member Sutton Coldfield Posts : 1,026 Win 10 I have just followed the above links After 5 tries by the service to “fix” my problems I gave up and decided to wait for Win 10 but I have discovered something new. Will this media work for that purpose? I might have to find a way to buy Media Center for $10 without having to install 8.1 Pro first. Check This Out
They replaced the HDD with an SSD in the store. I am unable to upgrade to 8.1 Pro through Microsoft Store and it wouldn’t be appropriate to go back to my former employer asking for an upgrade. To point people back to Microsoft & to then expect end-users to do what has to be done above is ludicrous! Fortunately for me Rufus worked flawlessly after I learned you have to create a USB boot drive.
Free upgrade? The selected disk has an MBR partition table. You could even pay more if you want.
Re-install Windows 8 pro without Media Center? Anyway, thanks, and I’ll report if I get Windows back up and running. I left the HDD in the store. (It was cheaper this way.) The notebook has a Windows 8 PRO sticker like the one mentioned in the guide. Download Windows 8 Iso Admittedly I am being cheap, I paid practically nothing to get from Windows 7 to Windows 8.1.
Arnold says: 21/07/2015 at 13:40 Hello, got a problem over here. Windows 8.1 Iso Download Let's see if it works Anjospot No, you gotta pay. It seems they should publish a bug fix that the user could just install in his system and reverse the problem created by the upgrade process. Get an 8 GB USB flash drive… your 4 GB drive is specified as 1000×1000×1000 bytes whereas Windows classifies a GB as 1024×1024×1024 Bytes.
Reply lior says: 29/07/2015 at 19:31 if I install it by usb and something goes wrong I wont be able to retore to my windows 8, right ? Windows 8.1 Pro Iso Other than losing the advantages GPT has over MBR, will this cause unforeseen problems? If yes tell me how…please!