Windows 7 ultimate from a Windows 7 starter

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What is the problem of Windows 7 ultimate when it can't be installed after a Windows 7 starter?

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Windows 7 ultimate from a Windows 7 starter

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Not too much problem once the starter issue is solved and you accustomed with the new system, you shall find the Ultimate version easier to use for your day to day needs and efforts. As such the data may be stored in the same way for both of these. The matter is related to revenue of the company which presents such a version for startup. However you may use the ultimate one for use and present a living tool for the usage of the software. The help index and forums can be reviewed and self learnt for the purpose. This is a very stable usually seen in any desktops Operating System. Thanks.

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Windows 7 ultimate from a Windows 7 starter

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I’m quite confused here whether you want to create a dual boot system with your Microsoft Windows 7 Starter Edition and Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate Edition or you can’t really install Windows 7 Ultimate. If you want to make your computer to boot on 2 operating systems, I’m not sure if installing both Microsoft Windows 7 operating systems is such a good idea. I think they will have a conflict since they are both of the same version only differs in their editions.

If you successfully formatted your hard drive and planning on installing the other platform, Windows 7 Ultimate, I don’t see any reason why the installation will have a problem. If your hard drive is already clean without any traces of the previous operating system, there’s no reason for the new installation to fail. You cannot install Windows 7 Ultimate if you only deleted the files in the previous Windows 7 Starter. Even if you delete them, the operating system is still installed on the hidden sector of the drive. To successfully install it, do a full format on your hard drive then begin installing your Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate.

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Windows 7 ultimate from a Windows 7 starter

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Hi Mythleil

Installing two Windows version is same system will definitely create lots of issues. I would suggest you to format and clean install the Windows 7 ultimate. Windows starter lacks many important features where as Windows 7 ultimate has many additional features. Bitlocker is one the most important and popular feature in Windows 7 ultimate which allows you to lock and encrypt your drive easily.

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Windows 7 ultimate from a Windows 7 starter

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I persistently fall back upon the Techyv experts as their solutions are very trustworthy for any pesky problem. Thanks guys, both solutions were first-rate but Sharath your solution is the best because I was able to solve my problem with ease. Prior to reading your comment I was not understanding that Windows 7 Starter Edition and Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate Edition are the same version, only differs in their editions. Your provided information helped me to know why this problem is taking place as well as after successfully installing according to your advice now I am able to get rid of this problem. Your comments were very useful because they gave me a lot of knowledge about the Operating System. Thanks Sharath for sincere help as well as Techyv too.

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