Do you mean the installation medium as in "Windows.ISO"??I am changing my laptop shortly, a Windows disk image file of 6.6GB for both 32/64Bit is on the Hardrive.
Anyway I could save this onto a Disc or any other media for safe keeping.
According to the size it must be the all-in-one Installation medium created with the MCT and NOT an Image of the old laptop. I have an bare Image of Windows 10 (without programs installer,just drivers) and can't even get it with highest compression below 9GB....Returning to your original post, though. What image is that? Certainly not Windows 10 with that size.
Or is it a full blown multi edition Windows 10 installation media?
How?? Are you moving to a completely new laptop or are you "changing" by upgrading some component(s)I am changing my laptop shortly
Can you be specific??a Windows disk image file of 6.6GB for both 32/64Bit is on the Hardrive.
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