Download Windows 7 Home Premium Oa Acer Support 5,0/5 4477votes
Aug 26, 2015. Microsoft wants you to go to the OEM (Acer) but Acer does not offer the download. Yes, i have the Serial number and ID. I need Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit version. I have the Serial number on the bottom of the laptop. Its and Acer Aspire. You would THINK Acer would have a download available. How or where do i download windows 7 home Premium - I have a product key. Just to clarify, my key is an oem key found on the sticker on the underside of my lenovo ideapad and my system is the Home Premium x64, which is preinstalled when i.
Hi folks Here is the situation: Sometime in 2014, my brother took his PC to a repair shop. To make a long story short, the store sold him a Windows 7 Home Premium OA (What does the OA mean BTW?). The store installed the windows for him on his PC. The store gave him an ordinary DVD --nothing preprinted on it like a commercial DVD one would buy. Just a standard DVD on which Windows 7 is written by hand on it.
Affixed to the sleeve containing this DVD is a COA sticker with a product key on it. It says on the COA 'Windows 7 Home Premium OA' (do not know what OA means as I said before). It also says on the COA 'Acer Group'. My brother's PC is not a Acer. It is a home build, originally with Windows Vista on it. Vista was then replaced by that store with the above described Windows 7. My questions are: Question 1 Is this a valid Windows 7 key that he could use to reinstall his Windows on his PC (the one on which the windows was first installed)?
Question 2 Could he use it (the key) to install this windows on a completely different PC (new parts including new motherboards etc.)? Question 3 Does this looks legitimate to you folks? I do not know what to think but it sure looks kind of fishy to me? OA = OEM Activation It's the version that comes from the big oems (Dell, HP, Acer, etc.) and is preinstalled using a SLIC key embedded in the BIOS, thus not requiring activation after installation. However, it only works on those systems with the correct SLIC key. Looks like that repair shop copied an Acer DVD and peeled the sticker off, then put it on your brother's system. Very much not legit.
The key has most likely been used more than once and is now blacklisted by Microsoft. I'd further wager that that shop used an activation crack to hide that fact. OA = OEM Activation It's the version that comes from the big oems (Dell, HP, Acer, etc.) and is preinstalled using a SLIC key embedded in the BIOS, thus not requiring activation after installation. However, it only works on those systems with the correct SLIC key. Looks like that repair shop copied an Acer DVD and peeled the sticker off, then put it on your brother's system. Very much not legit. The key has most likely been used more than once and is now blacklisted by Microsoft.
I'd further wager that that shop used an activation crack to hide that fact. If the key was blacklisted by Microsoft, how come he still can use it and get all software updates for his Windows? Na Tum Jaano Na Hum Hindi Movie Mp3 Songs Free Download.
New computers that come preinstalled with Windows often have what is called a recovery partition. This is used to reinstall the operating system in the event of a system crash. To access it, you will need to boot into when you start your computer by pressing a function key.
This can be either F1, F2, F9, F10, F11, F12 or even DEL or Tab key. Consult the owners manual that came with your PC for instructions about how to reinstall Windows. If your recovery partition is not available or damaged, you should contact the manufacturer of your computer and request a recovery disc set you can use to reinstall Windows 7. They might charge a small shipping and handling fee. ------------------------------------ This is how the recovery partition is accessed for the most popular makes. For Dell, press CTRL + F11 directly after powering up the unit For HP, press F11 directly after powering up the unit For LG, press F11 directly after powering up the unit For Toshiba, press and hold '0' BEFORE and during the power up For Acer, press and hold ALT + F10 as soon as you see the logo For Asus, press F9 as soon as you see the Asus logo.
For Samsung, press F4 at power up. For Fujitsu, press the F8 key repeatedly directly after powering up For Advent, restart your computer. Then Press F10 repeatedly until the message 'Starting System Recovery' is displayed For Sony VAIO, restart and press 'F8' or 'F10' repeatedly until the 'Advanced Boot Options' screen appears.
Or You can download and use your product key: also review: Make sure to scroll down and read the section: What to do if you cannot get recovery media from your manufacturer, refuse to use or purchase it or the Microsoft Software Recovery Website is not working? Best, Andre Windows Insider MVP MVP-Windows and Devices for IT twitter/adacosta groovypost.com.