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Putting my OS on an SSD without disk?

I'm thinking of getting an SSD for my Pc for my booting and some other commonly used programs. I am just not sure how at all to go about putting the OS on the SSD without a disk.

If anyone could help, that'd be great!
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  1. DarkSable said:



    This says I still need the disk. I bought this pc prebuilt (but have since upgraded some parts) so I dont have one.
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    Requirements:

    A Windows 7 ISO or DVD [See Where Can I Download Windows 7? for information on getting an ISO image]


    You can download a legal Win 7 ISO online.
    Then it's just a matter of using the product key found on a sticker on your computer. It's required to be there on every prebuilt. If you removed it, google how to find your windows 7 product key.
  3. DarkSable said:
    Quote:
    Requirements:

    A Windows 7 ISO or DVD [See Where Can I Download Windows 7? for information on getting an ISO image]


    You can download a legal Win 7 ISO online.
    Then it's just a matter of using the product key found on a sticker on your computer. It's required to be there on every prebuilt. If you removed it, google how to find your windows 7 product key.


    Ah, okay! Thank you so much.
  4. Oh wait, can I ask if downloading the enterprise version, then I put my key in, will it switch to my version? Or will it stay as the 90 day tiral? Thanks!
  5. No, enterprise is a completely different beast. You want the exact same version of windows as was installed originally - that's the only thing your key is good for.
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