Question install windows IN windows to secondary drive without USB/disc?

afex54

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I have an ISO for windows and I want to install a seperate installation to an empty drive in my PC without a USB stick or disc.

I tried running the setup in the ISO but it doesnt give an option to choose the drive like when you typically install from USB/disc and only lets you do an ''upgrade''

Is this possible?
 

Math Geek

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no it is not. running an "in place" upgrade, which is what you are doing, does not allow for install anywhere but where it is being run from.

you'll need to make a bootable usb or dvd to install it to another partition.
 

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