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some screenies...

 

if you are running Windows XP and you insert the DVD you'll see this

 

windows_7_upgrade.JPG

 

or you could just brose the dvd directly and start the install

 

windows_7_install_now.JPG

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however here's what it looks like when you boot a pc with the dvd in the drive

 

booting...

 

boot.JPG

 

this bit is cool, the Windows logo vibrates in and out slowly.... very nice

 

starting_windows.JPG

 

now to the install, back to reality...

 

install_windows.JPG

 

more installing

 

install_windows2.JPG

 

setup is starting...

 

setup_is_starting.JPG

 

accept the EULA

 

eula.JPG

 

choose install type (upgrade or custom)

 

upgrade_or_custom.JPG

 

tell setup where to install windows

 

where_to_install_windows.JPG

 

files get copied and then expanded...

 

expanding.JPG

 

and finally a restart...

 

restart.JPG

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after the restart you see this

 

starting_windows.JPG

 

followed by some registry settings update

 

registry_settings.JPG

 

and then completing installation (takes some time...)

 

completing_installtion.JPG

 

followed by another reboot

 

another_reboot.JPG

 

followed by some first use preparation (startrek anyone ?)

 

first_use.JPG

 

enter your user and computername info..

 

user_computer.JPG

 

then password

 

password.JPG

 

enter your product key

 

productkey.JPG

 

then decide on what level to protect windows

 

protect_windows.JPG

 

review time and date settings... (deja vu)

 

time_and_date.JPG

 

what network to use ?

 

home_network.JPG

 

finalizing settings

 

7_finalise.JPG

 

and finally the desktop itself

 

desktop.JPG

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start menu

 

desktop.JPG

 

shutting down

 

shutting_down.JPG

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no those screenshots were taken on a virtual machine as far as i remember, just press PrintScreen

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