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Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 ISO - Download or Create


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#21
That's great news fishing. I'm happy to hear that MS was able to get it sorted for you. :)
 

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#22
When I click on the download and the downloads completes. when it first starts it does not ask me to put in a product key. It starts me off where your step 7 is. why is that?

Also when it does finally ask me for a product key it will not let me change the key it already has in there. Why?
 

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Hello Chiumiento,

Did you ever previously run the "Windows Upgrade Assistant" or Windows8-Setup.exe file on this computer?

If so, then that's why since the information is held in the hidden %UserProfile%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\WebSetup folder from last time.

However, none of this matters if you are just wanting the ISO file.

You would just enter the product key number during the installation of Windows 8 instead.
 

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#24
Hello Chiumiento,

Did you ever previously run the "Windows Upgrade Assistant" or Windows8-Setup.exe file on this computer?

If so, then that's why since the information is held in the hidden %UserProfile%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\WebSetup folder from last time.

However, none of this matters if you are just wanting the ISO file.

You would just enter the product key number during the installation of Windows 8 instead.
I got everything to work. Thank you.
 

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You're welcome Chiumiento. Glad to hear you got it sorted. :)
 

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#26
On option one step three, after I enter my proudct key and hit next I get the just a bit longer screen. After 30 sec or so it tells me it can't connect and to check my internet connection. I'm on the internet now. Any ideas why I might be getting this?
 

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#27
I never did get my windows 8 Pr0. download sorted even after 90 a temps to try and download it and two Microsoft experts in the PHILIPPIANS spent over 2 hours on my computer trying to sort it and when they got my computer to download Windows 8 Pro.
Later when I tried to install Windows 8 Pro. it said that the serial number was wrong.
After many e-mails to Microsoft they agreed to send me Windows 8 Pro. on a disk and its now installed on my computer .
Its a lot different to Windows 7 so have fun with it

Mick Nolan
 

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I never did get my windows 8 Pr0. download sorted even after 90 a temps to try and download it and two Microsoft experts in the PHILIPPIANS spent over 2 hours on my computer trying to sort it and when they got my computer to download Windows 8 Pro.
Later when I tried to install Windows 8 Pro. it said that the serial number was wrong.
After many e-mails to Microsoft they agreed to send me Windows 8 Pro. on a disk and its now installed on my computer .
Its a lot different to Windows 7 so have fun with it

Mick Nolan
How was the experience with Windows 8?
 

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On option one step three, after I enter my proudct key and hit next I get the just a bit longer screen. After 30 sec or so it tells me it can't connect and to check my internet connection. I'm on the internet now. Any ideas why I might be getting this?
Hello John,

Do you have a 3rd party AV or firewall program installed that may be blocking it's access to the internet?

If so, then temporarily disable or uninstall it to see if that may help.
 

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6.11.13 - I have two questions I am hoping someone might clarify.

#1) I have a W8x64Pro.iso file and the product key that allowed me to download the file from MS. (I also have a MS DVD backup disk that clearly states the disk contains Windows 8 and Windows 8 Professional.) As yet, I have not burned the .iso file to make a bootable DVD. I want to install the W8P OS with UEFI support. My motherboard supports UEFI (ASUS P8z77-v).
The various 8F.com tutorials on W8 installation seem to suggest in order to install W8 w/UEFI the installation media must be a USB device. Q: Is my statement correct or in-correct?

#2) Q: On the 8Fs.com installation tutorials, when discussing an upgrade for W8, is the upgrade in question an upgrade *from XP,Vista,W7 to W8; or is it an upgrade from W8 to W8 Professional?

My objective is to install W8P with UEFI support and various productivity applications to a new SSD.
thank you.
 

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6.11.13 - I have two questions I am hoping someone might clarify.

#1) I have a W8x64Pro.iso file and the product key that allowed me to download the file from MS. (I also have a MS DVD backup disk that clearly states the disk contains Windows 8 and Windows 8 Professional.) As yet, I have not burned the .iso file to make a bootable DVD. I want to install the W8P OS with UEFI support. My motherboard supports UEFI (ASUS P8z77-v).
The various 8F.com tutorials on W8 installation seem to suggest in order to install W8 w/UEFI the installation media must be a USB device. Q: Is my statement correct or in-correct?

#2) Q: On the 8Fs.com installation tutorials, when discussing an upgrade for W8, is the upgrade in question an upgrade *from XP,Vista,W7 to W8; or is it an upgrade from W8 to W8 Professional?

My objective is to install W8P with UEFI support and various productivity applications to a new SSD.
thank you.
Hello BigFatBoy,

Q1) Creating a UEFI USB flash drive would be the best way to install 64-bit Windows 8 with UEFI, but you could use a DVD.
Q2) If you like, you could do a clean install with Windows 8 instead.
Hope this helps, :)
Shawn
 
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#32
You can install in efi mode using dvd.

Usually upgrade means from an earlier os.
 

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a RE-DO of my earlier post... (see below)

6.11.13 - I have two questions I am hoping someone might clarify.

#1) I have a W8x64Pro.iso file and the product key that allowed me to download the file from MS. (I also have a MS DVD backup disk that clearly states the disk contains Windows 8 and Windows 8 Professional.) As yet, I have not burned the .iso file to make a bootable DVD. I want to install the W8P OS with UEFI support. My motherboard supports UEFI (ASUS P8z77-v).
The various 8F.com tutorials on W8 installation seem to suggest in order to install W8 w/UEFI the installation media must be a USB device. Q: Is my statement correct or in-correct?

#2) Q: On the 8Fs.com installation tutorials, when discussing an upgrade for W8, is the upgrade in question an upgrade *from XP,Vista,W7 to W8; or is it an upgrade from W8 to W8 Professional?

My objective is to install W8P with UEFI support and various productivity applications to a new SSD.
thank you.
Hello BigFatBoy,

Q1) Creating a UEFI USB flash drive would be the best way to install 64-bit Windows 8 with UEFI, but you could use a DVD.
Q2) If you like, you could do a clean install with Windows 8 instead.
Hope this helps, :)
Shawn
--------------------------------------------------------

Shawn,
I am going to proceed by using your response to my original Q1. With that in mind;

I again downloaded my W8Px64 Upgrade-2-W8P from Microsoft a few days ago. I then choose to create install media using a USB memory card. Next I will follow the link you provided for UEFI: http://www.eightforums.com/tutorials/15458-uefi-bootable-usb-flash-drive-create-windows.html

Q2) With regards to a "Clean Install" ???
Can I do a Clean Install using the MS_W8Px64 Upgrade above that I downloaded to a USB??
Your earlier response (also above), "If you like, you could do a clean install with Windows 8 instead", sounded like it might be an either/or situation..

thank you
 

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    Hard Drives
    1TB Samsung 970 EVO Plus M.2,
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#36
Hi Shawn,

Used the ESD method, which wrote the file to the "C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Local\VirtualStore" folder. No prob.
I note that the ISO is not named "8.1" but "8" instead. Is it indeed the 8.1 ISO - before I go to the trouble of the install?

Thanks, and good work! h
 

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Hello Borgus,

No worries. It's for 8.1. The product key you enter determines what gets installed.

I chose to have an ISO created, which uses the same files from ESD. When I used the ISO to install Windows 8.1 in a virtual machine to verify if it was an upgrade or full ISO, it came up as Windows 8. After entering the 8.1 product key, it did show as and install the Windows 8.1 I purchased. It was also verified that it installed a full retail version of Windows 8.1. :)
 

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    Graphics Card(s)
    ASUS ROG-STRIX-GTX1080TI-O11G-GAMING
    Sound Card
    Integrated Digital Audio (S/PDIF)
    Monitor(s) Displays
    3 x 27" Asus VE278Q
    Screen Resolution
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    Hard Drives
    1TB Samsung 970 EVO Plus M.2,
    250GB Samsung 960 EVO M.2,
    6TB WD Black WD6001FZWX
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    PSU
    OCZ Series Gold OCZZ1000M 1000W
    Case
    Thermaltake Core P3
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    Corsair Hydro H115i
    Keyboard
    Logitech wireless K800
    Mouse
    Logitech MX Master
    Internet Speed
    1 Gb/s Download and 35 Mb/s Upload
    Browser
    Internet Explorer 11
    Antivirus
    Malwarebyte Anti-Malware Premium
    Other Info
    Logitech Z625 speaker system,
    Logitech BRIO 4K Pro webcam,
    HP Color LaserJet Pro MFP M477fdn,
    Linksys EA9500 router,
    Arris SB8200 cable modem,
    APC SMART-UPS RT 1000 XL - SURT1000XLI,
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#38
OK, but I have no 8.1 product key. I installed the PV over a purchased 8, so that's the only key I have. Will this do?
I recall that 8.1 PV had a general product key. If that's needed, perhaps you could pass it on. Thanks. h
 

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Borgus,

Sorry, but no.

Since you upgraded with the free Windows 8.1 update from the Store in Window 8, you would have to reinstall Windows 8, then update to 8.1 whenever you wanted to do a clean install.
 

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Borgus,

Sorry, but no.

Since you upgraded with the free Windows 8.1 update from the Store in Window 8, you would have to reinstall Windows 8, then update to 8.1 whenever you wanted to do a clean install.
So, if I correctly understand you, there is no way to obtain an 8.1 ISO that can be installed over 8.0 (which I can restore).
Or, better still, be installed over 8.1 PV. The only alternative is to upgrade from 8.0 to 8.1 via the STORE? Best
 

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