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nstalling a modern OS follows pretty standardized steps: insert disc, click at prompts, reboot a few times, and then run through essential post-installation steps This section looks at generic installation and post-installation, and then examines issues specific to Windows 2000 and Windows XP
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CHAPTER 17 Installing and Upgrading Windows
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When performing a Windows installation (also called setup) you ll notice that the screen progresses from simple textual information on a plain background to a full graphical interface During text mode, the computer is inspecting the hardware, and it will then display the End User License Agreement (EULA), which you must accept for setup to continue It is during the text display portion of an installation that you can partition your hard disk Also during this time, the computer copies files to the local hard disk, including a base set of files for running the graphical portion of the setup When finished with the text part of the setup, the computer reboots, which starts the graphical portion of the installation You are prompted to enter the product key, which is invariably located on the CD/DVD case Most techs learn the hard way that these covers tend to disappear when you need them most, and they write the product code directly on the CD or DVD itself (Just don t use a ballpoint pen; it ll scratch the surface of the disc) See Figure 173 Most of the installation process takes place in the graphical portion This is where you select configuration options and choose optional Windows components
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No matter your version of Windows, the installation process always gets to the point where Windows begins to install itself on the system I call this The Big Copy and use this time to catch up on my reading, eat a sandwich, or count ceiling tiles
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Windows comes in both upgrade and full versions Make sure you use the correct CD-ROM (or DVD, in the case of Windows Vista) Some systems, particularly laptops, require a special OEM version made just for that system Don t bother trying to use an upgrade version to install on a blank drive unless you also possess a CD-ROM with a full earlier version of Windows Windows Vista makes this process a little more annoying, requiring you to install a previous version of Windows before you can use a Vista upgrade disc You can get by this if you don t have a copy of pre-Vista Windows laying around by installing Vista twice, once as an evaluation copy and the second time for real Either way, though, you re forced to do two complete installations to use the upgrade disc
Post-Installation Tasks
You might think that s enough work for one day, but a few more tasks remain on your list They include identifying installation problems (if they occur), updating the OS with patches and service packs, upgrading drivers, and restoring user data files
Identifying Installation Problems
After you install or upgrade Windows, you need to use your powers of observation to check whether you ve had a serious installation problem The worst problems show up early in the installation process, but others may show up later as you work in Windows If your installation wasn t successful, check out Objective 1703 for information and help
Patches, Service Packs, and Updates
Someone once described an airliner as consisting of millions of parts flying in close formation I think that s also a good description for an OS And we can even carry that analogy further by thinking about all the maintenance required to keep an airliner and an OS safely flying Like an airliner, the parts (programming code) of your OS were created by different people, and some parts may have been manufactured by contractors rather than by the company that makes the OS Although each component is tested as much as possible, and the
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