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Updating a HP ZBook Studio G3 (T7W02EA) to Windows 10

ZBook Studio G3
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Thought about starting with upgrade to Windows 10 (have no reason to stay compatible with Windows 7)

 

Attached Windows 10 Installation Instructions says

1. Backup

2. complete backup

3. Remove external hard drives

4. Insert the Windows 10 operating system media into the available optical drive

 

This is where I run into a problem as I can not find the optical drive...

But it is a really nice suprice to have one as it is not mentioned on sales page

(in reality neither I nor Windows 7 can find this device)

 

So I started online update to Windows 10

* Searching for updates takes an uncomfortable time (as if there are several program / driver incompabilities)

* Finally it gives its verdict "HP Client Security Manager" is not compatible, uninstall? (yes)

 

Will a continued upgrade really work or may I end up half way through needing a WiFi driver only on DVD...?

 

How did HP verify Windows 10 compability? USB3 DVD?

 

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Updating a HP ZBook Studio G3 (T7W02EA) to Windows 10

Hi,

 

Please use the following site to check:

 

     http://www8.hp.com/us/en/ads/windows10/upgrade.html

 

and if you wish to go ahead, please use the following site:

 

     http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c04730900

 

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BH
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