How can you find loader to activate windows 7 home premium?
I'm not sure what you mean by loader but to activate windows 7 Home Premium all you have to do is open the start menu, right click on Computer and click properties. Then click activate windows and you should be good to go.
What happens if a user attempts to boot the computerand the message NTLDR is missing is observed on the screen?
NTLDR is the "Nt Loader". Since Windows XP is built on the Windows NT kernel, the NT Loader is necessary for Windows to boot. The easiest way to repair this is to boot from your Windows XP CD, then take the SECOND "R" option. The first "R" will be "Attempt to repair windows using the recovery console" That is not the one that you want. Continue as if you were going to reinstall windows. Then…
You just purchased a new computer with Windows 7 Premium Home All of your software is Winows XP or older will it operate with Windows 7?
This will vary on a product-to-product basis. Many programs written for Windows XP will work on Windows 7 just fine, but some do not. You will need to check with the company/person who wrote a particular piece of software to find out if it works on Windows 7. Fortunately, Microsoft figured this problem out when they released Vista, and managed to find a solution for Windows 7. This solution is called "XP Mode" and is…
Usually it is necessary to pay for premium accounts. If one wants to get a free one, he needs to follow certain instructions, which all depend on the site for which he wants to get the free premium account. It is possible to find the instructions online, and there are Youtube videos that visualize them.