[Windows 8] Installing Windows 7 with an Easy Windows 8 Recovery Option.

Last Update date : 2014.09.18

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Step 1:
 Checking If Your Computer is Ready for Installing Windows 7

Run ‘SW Update’ → ‘Find Model’ →

Check out for Win 7 driver support information.

 

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Step 2:
 Updating Your Recovery Program to the Latest

 

1. Run ‘SW Update’ → ‘Update’ menu → Select ‘Recovery’

    → Click ‘Update’.

 

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2. Open ‘Charm Bar’ → ‘Settings’ → ‘Power’ → 'Shut down’

 

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3. After system reboot, press 'F4' key 4-5 times to run ‘recovery’.

 

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4. Click 'X (Close)' in the upper right corner of the 'Recovery' window

    then click 'Shut down' button.

 

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Steo 3:
 Installing Windows 7

 

1. Turn the computer on, press 'F2' key 4-5 times to access the

    'BIOS Setup'

 

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2. Press 'F9' key to initialize the 'BIOS' settings.

 

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3. Press 'F10' key to save the 'BIOS' settings.

 

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4. Immediately after the reboot, press 'F2' key 4-5 times to

    access the 'BIOS Setup'.

 

5. Go to ‘Boot’ → ‘Secure Boot: set to [Disabled]’.

 

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6. ‘OS Mode Selection’ → select ‘[UEFI and CSM OS]’.

 

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7. ‘Advanced’ → ‘Fast BIOS Mode: set to [Disabled]’.

 

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8. Put the Windows 7 DVD in your internal or external ODD.

 

9. Press 'F10' key to save the 'BIOS' settings.

 

10. Immediately after the reboot, press 'F2' key 4-5 times to

      access the 'BIOS Setup'.

 

11. ‘Boot’ → ‘Boot Device Priority’ → Move the ‘USB CD’

      to the top (number 1) position.

 

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12. After the reboot, Windows 7 installation process continues.

  
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