NBR Windows 7 Clean Installation Guide

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  1. Phoenix

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    Seems like there is no way around it. To install that update yet prevent the windows 10 upgrade, either download the updates manually using the Simplix Pack (original thread = http://forum.oszone.net/thread-257198.html ) which installs all updates minus the bad ones OR




    [Fix] Windows 7 Keeps Checking for Updates for Hours

    then do this via Group Policy Editor:

    Microsoft Offers a Way to Prevent Automatic Windows 10 Upgrade on Windows 7 Computers
     
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    I read all of those links. Every update seem to have Windows 10 upgrade preperation. I don't want any of them at all. Have you done this yourself too?

    How the hell did Microsoft think when they did this. When you do a clean install you need too update afterwards. It seems that you have to update manually before you can get rest of the updates and that is just so stupid. **** Microsoft!!
     
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    I never use Windows update anymore on Windows 7, just use the simplix pack regularly and turn off Windows update
     
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    bump to the top
     
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    Excellent read.
    Thanks Phoenix
     
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    Hello Phoenix & everybody great guide but keep getting in event viewer "The driver detected a controller error on \Device\Harddisk1\DR1 logs & I'm using a M2 SSD non NVMe in Windows 7 I never had this problem in Windows 10 they don't show up there I'm using full legacy maybe need use UEFI plus legacy? Checked the SSD and crystal disk info SSD seems fine or maybe it's something else? I'm using prema bios.anybody got dual booting tips? I wanted pm @Mr. Fox but I don't see any pm options to pm him.
     
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  8. Phoenix

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    you cannot PM me or Mr. Fox because we disabled PMs.

    Don't worry too much about it, I've seen that error a few times. If you go hunting for Event Log Errors it the errors will never end and you'll go crazy.

    The only thing I cana suggest is update OR downgrade your IRST Driver and/or reinstall the NVMe driver if you are not in RAID mode.
     
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