My brother has a Windows 10 laptop. I use Linux so I'm a little out of the loop when it comes to Windows. He's having problems and wants me to wipe it out and re-install it. Will I need to load the OS onto a USB drive first? If so where and how do I get to that menu? Or is it more likely to work like a tablet where everything can web wiped out and re-installed from the interface with no additional hardware needed? Thanks.

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Hi I have decided to update my PC to Windows 7 64 bit. My existing PC has a lot of programs and data that needs to be preserved. I have read that with Vista Business an inplace install can be made but wonder if that is correct. If not I'll need to move programs or reinstall them. I have two hard drives so I am thiniking about copying all the files on the C drive to another drive - drive F. or just copying My Documents and the program files to drive F. If I copy all the files I …

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Hey guys, not sure how but my conky manager pretty much just dissapeared earlier today and I had to download the package and reinstall it again. However upon installation some dependancies were not met .. //I had apparently fixed this issue in the passed but I can't find nor remember how I did it .. This is the issue: The following packages have unmet dependencies: conky-manager : Depends: libglib2.0-0 (>= 2.35.9) but 2.33.12+really2.32.4-5 is installed I just downloaded the latest version of libglib2 from [Click Here](https://packages.debian.org/sid/amd64/libglib2.0-0/download) and tried to install it but I get error that dpkg: regarding libglib2.0-0_2.42.1-1_amd64.deb containing …

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Had my 7 Ultimate 64 bit go south to the point of reinstall. Everything is going smoothly except that I cannot change the screen resolution to fit the monitor. It is stuck at 1024 x 768. I did update the nVidia graphics adapter with MS update and attempted to change it thru that but still no go. Did do an sfc /scannow run and that came back reporting no problems. Did do a full format on the partition before installing 7. Except for this problem, everything actually seems better now. Any thoughts?

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Hi, I have an Asus laptop, it's about 7 or 8 years old. The only thing wrong is that it is very very slow so I want to do a reinstall. I thought a clean install the best way to go, I did a repair a couple of years ago with the 2 restore disks that came with the laptop but I feel a clean install is warranted now. My question is, can I use the 2 Asus Recovery disks to do do this,and if anyone knows how would appreciate help. I do have a Windows XP Home SP3 disk, …

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