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When you want to show a computer with Windows 8, you need a system with Windows 8 installed. A system with an operating system of original is called clean install. This tutorial will show how easy it is to install this version on your computer. Let’s get started!
Step 1: Download the ISO file for Windows 8 from the Microsoft website that will suit on your computer’s DVD or USB drive. You can find out which version of Windows is compatible with your computer by referring to the list of device ID codes available in this article: https://support.microsoft. com/en-us/kb/1837218
Step 2: Download the bootable USB drive. The ISO file with Windows 8 is just 1.28GB in size. You can split it using unzip software or use WinRAR to extract the ISO file into the bootable USB flash drive. If you are using a Windows 8 x86 operating system, you can burn the ISO file to DVD disc and insert it into your computer’s DVD drive when booting from this CD or USB flash drive. In our case, we will use an SD card as flash drive to install the operating system, so we don’t have a disc for this purpose.
Step 3: Boot the computer that you want to install Windows 8 on. If you are using a trial version of Windows 8, skip this step.
Step 4: When the computer is booting normally, put in the CD or USB flash drive with Windows 8 (from Step 2) and press any key. The computer will show a “Setup(BCDEdit)”.
Step 5: Choose your language and time zone. Select custom settings and under tailor your settings choose everything except for “HomeGroup” and “Time Zone” only because these two options will be added during the next step. Then choose next to continue, then change some settings like preferred keyboard, additional input languages, then finish.
Step 6: The second step will ask where to install Windows 8. This step will be automatic, but you can select where to install it if you are following this tutorial step by step.
Step 7: A new window will pop up and will give you a few choices, so choose your language and click next. Then you can choose what type of connection is used for the installation: WiFi, Ethernet or… choose Personal area network (PAN).
Step 8: Choose “Custom”. Then, the computer is going to restart and install Windows 8 on your computer. This process can take anywhere from four to twelve minutes based on your computer’s specs, so be patient.
Step 9: After this process is complete, follow the instructions given on the screen.
Step 10: Enjoy your new Windows 8 operating system!
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