Operating System(OS) Installation or Reinstallation

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Operating System (OS) Installation or Reinstallation

You couldn’t install the operating system by yourself?

Perhaps you need to reinstall the same version of your existing operating system.

Or do you want to upgrade your current operating system?

Call us on 1300 016 017 and our experts will safeguard all your existing data and run the upgrade or install!

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Confused over things like where do you want to install the operating system and which type of installation do you want? Well, we’re here to install or reinstall the operating system on your computer. OS discs might be required and will not be supplied. Genuine OS license is required.

Are you dealing with hardware issues on your operating system? Perhaps it’s because of a driver problem. A device driver allows the system to detect and interact with specific hardware such as graphics card, hard drive, network adapter, etc., as well as peripherals, including mouse, keyboard, printer, monitor, and many others. Sometimes, you need to update a device manually for many reasons. Well, we’ll ensure that all necessary drivers have been installed.

The settings can be changed to help ensure that you get your updates automatically. Well, we’ll make sure that the system is up-to-date.

System testing is done to check if all the modules/components are integrated and functioning properly as expected or not. Well, we’ll verify this for you!


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An operating system (OS) communicates with the hardware and allows other programs to run. Every desktop computer has an operating system that provides basic functionality for the device. Common operating systems include Windows, OS X and Linux. These allow users to install and run programs written for the operating system. Windows and Linux can be installed on typical computer hardware. And OS X is designed to run on Apple systems. Therefore, the hardware you choose affects what operating system(s) you can run. If you need help in the installation of OS, contact us and we will be there to help you!

Is it time to upgrade your operating system? Or are you looking to make the switch from Windows to Linux? Here are some general steps and guidelines for installing an operating system on your computer.

Determine your installation order: If you are installing Linux that you want to run alongside Windows, you need to install Windows first and then Linux. Windows has a very strict boot loader that needs to be in place even before Linux is installed; or else, Windows won’t load.

Boot from your installation disc: Insert the installation disc into your drive and reboot your computer.

Wait until the setup program loads: The setup program will need to copy some files to your computer before it can continue. This can take some time; depending on the speed of your computer’s hardware.

Choose the type of installation: Windows gives you the option to perform a custom installation.

Format your partitions: If you are installing Windows, choose which hard drive partition you want to install it on.

Wait for the completion of installation: This takes up to an hour to finish. It depends on your computer’s speed. Your computer may reboot numerous times during the installation process.

If you have any queries, contact us and we will be there to help you out!

With the advent of ultra slim laptops and mini notebooks, possession of a CD/DVD is no longer necessary to install OS. Let’s see how to install an OS without a CD drive.• Install Windows from ISO file on a Bootable USB Storage Device For starters, to install windows from any USB storage device, you need to create a bootable ISO file of the windows operating system on that device. You can download an ISO file directly from Microsoft.• Install Windows Using Your Bootable Device Switch off your laptop. Insert your bootable USB flash drive, memory card or external portable drive into your USB drive and then switch on the laptop. Press Esc/F2/F8/F10/Del depending on your manufacturer to get into BIOS ‘setup’. Use the up/down arrow on your keyboard to set the boot sequence in the advanced boot settings. Save the settings and exit. When your laptop reboots, a setup confirmation pop-up window will open and select ‘Yes’ to proceed. Set the language, time, and keyboard format. When you click continue, you will be prompted to click on the ‘install Now’ button which will prompt you to fill in your product key; which you can skip if you do not have one. ‘Accept’ the Microsoft software terms and conditions and click ‘next’. Select between ‘Upgrade’ and ‘custom installation’. The next step should be to choose the partition where you want your windows installed. The installation will automatically proceed. Keep an eye on the screen just in case of any prompts. When complete, your laptop will restart and you will be required to input your preferred settings.Whether your Laptop has no CD/DVD drive, has been damaged, or you aren’t confident in your Windows installation skills, contact us and we will help you out!

OS problems result from a combination of hardware, software, and network issues. Computer technicians must be able to analyse the problem and determine the cause of the error to repair the computer. This process is called troubleshooting. Contact us immediately when you face problems with your OS. We will quickly diagnose the issue!

Did your system just freeze? Did your computer shut off without warning and without any error message? This occurs in an attempt to prevent damage to other software. System failures may be the result of a hard drive with bad sectors causing the operating system to fail to read data from the hard drive. Don’t panic!. You can give us a call and we will take care of it!
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