Setup Windows® 7 in HP Pavilion® Elite e9300z
How to setup Windows 7 in HP Pavilion Elite e9300z
HP is known for its giant strides taken to bring fulfillment in the industry by the launch of products that really goes a long way to satisfy its users. The Pavilion series is not an exception to this. Following the launch of the e9300z model, the perspective to which desktop PCs were seen changed drastically. In this article, we shall consider tips to activate, register and configure Windows 7 in HP Pavilion Elite e9300z.
- Setting Up Windows 7
- Registering and activating Windows 7
Setting Up Windows 7
Setting up Windows 7 can be a little more challenging especially if you are upgrading from Windows XP. First, you have to know the requirements of Windows 7 and if your system meets it. If it does, good and if it does not then you have to upgrade your system first to meet its requirements else it might not run or install at all. If that is settled, then we move on to the installation. For users upgrading from XP, you must have to first install Windows Vista first before taking these procedures.
Insert the Windows 7 installation disc into the optical drive, if it does not start up automatically, click on the ‘Start’ button, click on ‘Computer’ and double-click the CD/DVD drive as the case may be, then double-click on the setup.exe file. This will start up the installation process. Once the process is started, just follow the on screen instructions carefully, and you are done.
Registering and activating Windows 7
This process can be done in several ways, but the most conversant is the Internet, others include the use of phone or using a modem. No matter the method used, you’ll still arrive at the desired goal. Using the Internet, from the ‘Start’ menu, select ‘All Programs’, select ‘Accessories’, click on ‘System Tools’, and then click ‘Activate Windows’. Next, accept all policy agreements, next click on ‘I want to register and activate Windows at the same time’, follow the instruction on the screen carefully. A success message will display at the end if done correctly.
Always ensure you have a valid operating system, your Windows should be bought from accredited dealers that offer you warranty in the advent of any issue. If the operating system is genuine, you get all the basic features that need updating and others directly from Microsoft, as soon as they are available online. Make sure your system meets the required specification to install Windows 7. This will allow for better performance of the application programs and the operating system in general.