Question Installing windows 10 edu from secondary disk

sahgon

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I have two storage disk in my PC. An ssd and an hdd.
On my ssd right now, windows 7 pro (pirated) are installed. The hdd has random files of mine.
So, I got a license for Windows 10 edu and I want to install them. Can I install them from my hdd somehow without erasing anything? I also have a usb with some files and 10 gb free space. Can I make 2 partitions? The first one with Windows 10 edu and the other one with my files?

Another question, not related to this. I also have a key for windows 10 education N version. Should I go for the non-N education version or this with N? What changes between other windows 10 versions and education version?
 

USAFRet

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No.
You'll need a blank 8GB USB flash drive.
Save all your personal docs to some other location.
Create the Win 10 install on the USB flash drive.
Boot from that, and install on your SSD. You do a clean install, and wipe out everything on that drive.

Read through this to get familiar with the process.
 
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sahgon

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No.
You'll need a blank 8GB USB flash drive.
Save all your personal docs to some other location.
Create the Win 10 install on the USB flash drive.
Boot from that, and install on your SSD. You do a clean install, and wipe out everything on that drive.

Read through this to get familiar with the process.
Thanks for the answer.
Any advice about the second question about other windows 10 versions compared to education? Or should I open a new thread?
 

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