December 20, 2019 at 2:11 pm #182301
I have not used my Windows partition for a year, but now I need it because I have to run a software for work, which runs on Windows only.
The problem is that my Windows installation (the original one that came with my Jumper EzBook 3 Pro) is completely messed up. It’s slow as hell, updates fail to install and other problems.
I have decided to reinstall Win10 from scratch, but… how do I do this?
Do I simply reinstall using a USB pendrive with Win10 on it? What about the (original) license key? Will it be lost?
Should I buy a new license?
Where to find all the necessary drivers for this laptop?
ThanksDecember 20, 2019 at 4:36 pm #182302MikeParticipant
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Yup, standard Win10 USB would be the easy way. Make sure you have all your drivers backed (doubledriver) up just in case, or get them from the dl section. Your license should reactivate automatically (if digital license).December 23, 2019 at 9:12 am #182314
Is the doubledriver the only one that’s needed? I see in the downloads section that there are additional drivers listed (wifi and BT).December 24, 2019 at 1:41 pm #182322MikeParticipant
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I’d use Double Driver to make a backup of all drivers currently installed on your own system & download the driver packs from the site just in case. Looks like some of the drivers were updated and you never know which works on any system….January 20, 2020 at 1:57 pm #182542
I’ve reinstalled Windows 10 last week.
Everything went smooth. Didn’t even need to use the backup of the drivers.
Now the EZBook is way more responsive. Had I known the results would be these I would have reinstalled months ago.January 31, 2020 at 7:03 am #182608ACParticipant
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re-installing or restoring windowx 10 on my EZbook 3 pro is proving virtually impossible
I tried to perform a restore using the command inside the BIOS unfortunately the restore stops almost immediately and I am asked to
1) Turn off the computer
2) choose other options (troubleshooting, or even turn off the pc)
Would you have any suggestions?January 31, 2020 at 7:43 am #182609
Don’t use the restore function.
Go to Microsoft website, download the installation tool and use that.
I’ve done it this way and now the laptop works way better than before.February 1, 2020 at 4:33 pm #182630ACParticipant
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I premise that, by following the suggestions in the following guide for clone the eMMC to a SDD:
I was, by now, working on the 120 Gbyte SSD hard drive on which I had cloned the original EMMC.
I was forced to delete all the partitions present in the SSD HD, also the recovery partition cloned from the eMMC.
I’m ignorant about Microsoft’s license management so I don’t understand how it was possible to recover the Windows 10 license key by reinstalling the operating system on the cleaned SDD.
at this moment my EZbook has the original eMMC memory, with the original operating system and the recovery both not working, and an SSD memory with a clean Windows installation.
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