Installing Windows usually made from a CD, and many people make the mistake of inserting the disc and starting the installation directly on top of the old system.Not to do so because, in doing so, you fill the system partition a hard drive with unnecessary data, creating chaos instead of order.
to do the right thing, it is essential to install bypassing the old system, and completely remove any reminder of it by reformatting the drive C. Therefore, before you install Windows, copy all the important information on another hard drive partition orto external media.Do not forget to export your address book, e-mail Outlook, bookmarks from your browser.
Once you are convinced that there is nothing more to lose, restart your computer.At the time of inclusion hold F2 (for most laptop s) or F3 (for Sony and Dell), or Esc (for Toshiba), or F10 (for t
he HP Compaq), or Del (for some models laptop s), and you get into BIOS - basic computer system.
Here you need to give the command laptop have not boot from the hard drive, as usual, and the CD-ROM.To do this, navigating through the menus with the arrow sign in a section Advanced BIOS features, and then select CD-ROM (or DVD-ROM) for point First Boot Device.In various BIOS versions, the name may be slightly different, but the principle remains unchanged - loading should be done with the disc.To exit, press F10, and when prompted to save changes and exit, answer Yes.
Now insert the installation disc and carefully reading all that you will offer Installation Wizard Windows, agree first on the installation of the system, and then to format the C drive, and eventually wait for the final installation Windows.Do not miss a moment of the first restart during the installation process, log back into the BIOS and change the boot, returning them to their original condition.