Upgrading Windows® 7 Professional to Windows® 7 Ultimate edition
Find out about upgrading your Windows 7 Professional edition to Windows 7 Ultimate edition.
Windows 7 Ultimate is the latest version of Windows, released by Microsoft. It has a language selection option and there are 35 languages available. It is suited for any environment such as for home or business. Data loss or attack of Bit Locker is prevented in this edition. Another key feature of Windows Ultimate is that it has a powerful troubleshooter, which helps to solve almost all problem of your computer. It saves your money and time and also allows easy logging on and logging off from these 35 languages. It is also available in 32-bit and 62-bit versions. If you have 64-bit Windows 7 Professional in your computer, you can upgrade it to 64-bit Windows 7 Ultimate. Likewise you can only upgrade your 32 bit Windows 7 Professional to 32-bit Windows 7 Ultimate. In order to upgrade Windows Ultimate from Windows Professional there must be a free space of 16 GB hard drive. Before upgrading you may move all your files and data to any external devices. After upgrading your operating system, you can restore it. Therefore, we can share both the application of Windows 7 Professional and Windows 7 Ultimate.
Some common issues that may occur while upgrading to Windows Ultimate are given below:
- Getting error message
- Entering into rebooting loop
- Losing files while upgrading
Getting error message
A general issue that arises while upgrading to Windows 7 Ultimate is getting error messages. This is mainly due to insufficient free space on your drive. Sometimes your system does not have available free space. If you try to upgrade Windows 7 at this time you may get an error message showing insufficient memory. You can solve this problem by performing Disk Clean up or moving your programs and files to some external storage devices.
Entering into rebooting loop
Another issue that may occur while upgrading is the computer enters into a rebooting loop or double loop. That is when you upgrade Windows 7 Ultimate from Windows 7 Professional; the system enters into a double loop. And it shows a message that ‘Upgradation was unsuccessful and your older version of operating system is restored’. To solve this problem, you have to reboot your computer using Windows 7 installation CD.
Sometimes when you upgrade Windows 7 Ultimate from Windows 7 Professional, you may lose some files. This is due to the incorrect upgrading process. This can be solved by using clean install and copy all the files from old Windows and reinstall the software again. Another way is to install Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor that helps you to solve the issue. It generates a report about system requirements, general system issues and more.