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Windows 7 OEM versions

Hi i have a Toshiba Satellite L645
@ weeks ago I tried to install Windows 10 but did not seceded right at the end with an error code that did not write it down just forgot....
I have OEM version could be this the reason ?
My partition is 1.46 GB recovering
452.52 NTFS
11.77GB Primary Partition

Thank you for any answers

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Clarification Request
Did you receive the upgrade files and notification?

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If you used a downloaded upgrade file from another source, this may happen. The OEM or retail designation alone is not the issue. The upgrade process is supposed to include hardware qualification to see if your PC meets standards. What upgrade process did you use?

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Upgrade notification

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i did and downloaded from there

All Answers

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Answer
L645

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L645 is a series.
What's the rest of the model number?
L645-xxxx

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L645 XXXX

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I can't get the rest of the model number, can't find under security, only model notebook.
The laptop is about 5 years old

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L645

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Assuming your running w7 sp1 I would not upgrade that unless there is something in w10 that you really want.

Msft will support w7 for another 3 1/2 yrs.
If the machine last that long it will be time to buy a new one.

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I've had great luck with OEM versions

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But I have been making a point of uninstalling Norton or similar along with CD/DVD drive emulators. If it fails I usually find something pretty banged up about the OS. Torrent users, Registry cleaners, etc.

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