Thursday, November 26, 2009

Easy Way to Install Windows 7



1GHz 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64)
1 GB of RAM (32-bit) / 2 GB of RAM (64-bit) *
16 GB of available hard disk space (32-bit) / 20 GB of available hard disk space (64-bit)
Video card that supports DirectX 9


Before installing Windows 7 must support the information you want to keep if you go to install it on a disc you are currently using. You can save to a CD / DVD, a USB thumb drive or another hard disk and then restore it to your new Windows 7. A good choice for that procedure is to use Windows Easy Transfer.


To proceed with the installation we have to have the following:

The installation DVD of Windows 7 in any version

Original licensing of Windows 7 with its own serial number (we are not responsible for pirate facilities)


4.1 We light our PC and press the corresponding key to access the BIOS **

4.2 After you have accessed our BIOS will see a screen very similar to the following:

Seek the option for booting (BOOT)

4.3 Inside the second screen to find something like this:

Among the options that appear look for First Boot Device (first boot drive) and choose CD / DVD drive to your computer boot from our DVD of Windows 7.

After this press the ESC key to exit and F10 to exit and save the appropriate changes. When asked whether to save the changes choose Yes (Y) and the computer restarts.

4.4 Just accept our DVD will introduce Windows 7 in the DVD reader and wait for it to recognize it.

4.5 We will see a text saying: "Press any key to boot from the CD or DVD" and just have to press any key.

4.6 Then we will see a progress bar showing the loading of Windows 7 files needed for installation:

4.7 Following screen appears Starting Windows (Starting Windows):

4.8 Following this we will see the splash screen of Windows 7 will be asked where language, Time and currency format and keyboard language. Spanish should be selected for the system language and keyboard. The Time and currency format should be set depending on the country of residence.

4.9 Having set the above parameters we can click Next and on the next screen press Install Now.

4.10 Then we will see a screen to inform us that the installation process has begun:

4.11 then we read the Microsoft license agreement and then accept it by ticking the appropriate box and clicking Next:

4.12 In the next screen will have two options, upgrade (Upgrade) and custom installation (Custom). We choose Custom to perform a clean install the operating system:

4.12 Then perhaps get the most complicated part of this process where more than one usually has problems, but not as complicated as it seems.

Here we see the partitions that are available, depending on each one. For example, they typically have at least 2 partitions pre-established. A reference to our primary partition (drive C) and the other to our secondary partition (partition D).

If this is our case for proceeding with the installation we stand in our Unit C and between the options we have we give click Format (recommended if installed on the C drive, but you can choose any disk or partition to install Windows 7 ).

When we already have the partition formatted, we focus on the drive where we will install Windows 7 and click Next.

4.13 In the next screen you will see that Windows 7 is installed on our PC and can only hope to receive some other indication by the wizard, as this part of the process is automatic.

4.14 Once finished copying files, installing features and updates will move to the next screen that will request a user name for the principal and a name for the system. Logically these data is personal and each one chooses that it sees fit.

4.15 In the screen that follows us for a password, which obviously is personal. The field may be left blank if you want to use a password to access the operating system.

4.16 In the next window, enter our serial number Windows 7 (may be left blank if not at hand).

Then we have introduced the serial number click Next

4.17 In the next screen choose as much as possible Use the recommended settings

4.18 Set the time and time zone depending on our geographical location

4.19 In this step you must choose what type of network uses depending on their location. If you are installing the system on a home computer home network is recommended (recommend choosing the type of network guided by the explanation of each is shown in the selection window)

4.20 We are almost done! then see the first Welcome screen its new operating system: Windows 7

And finally Windows 7 is installed:

As you may have noticed, installation is fairly simple. Just take some time and after some simple steps you will have installed Windows 7 on your computer.