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-bill’s advice above is good and should be followed. I would reflash the BIOS as well, in case of any corruption.
+bill’s advice above is good and should be followed. I would reflash the BIOS as well, in case of any corruption. Go to the ASUS web site for this.
Next download, when able to, one of the freeware partition editing apps such as EaseUS '''Partition''' Master or MiniTool Partion Wizard , etc.
Remove the LINUX partition, if you are not going to use it, and expand the Windows 7 one in the resulting free space. Rebuild the MBR - you will see the option in the partitioning software. When all is booting fine upgrade (in place to save all files and apps) for free to Windows 10 whilst it is still free.
If you need futher help just ask.

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bill’s advice above is good and should be followed. I would reflash the BIOS as well, in case of any corruption.
Next download, when able to, one of the freeware partition editing apps such as EaseUS '''Partition''' Master or MiniTool Partion Wizard , etc.
-Remove the LINUX partition, if you are not going to use it, and expand the Windows 7 one in the resulting free space. Rebuild the MBR - you will see the option in the partitioning software. When all is booting fine upgrade for free to Windows 10 whilst it is still free.
+Remove the LINUX partition, if you are not going to use it, and expand the Windows 7 one in the resulting free space. Rebuild the MBR - you will see the option in the partitioning software. When all is booting fine upgrade (in place to save all files and apps) for free to Windows 10 whilst it is still free.
If you need futher help just ask.

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-bill’s advice above is good and should be followed. i would reflash the BIOS as well, in case of any corruption.
+bill’s advice above is good and should be followed. I would reflash the BIOS as well, in case of any corruption.
Next download, when able to, one of the freeware partition editing apps such as EaseUS '''Partition''' Master or MiniTool Partion Wizard , etc.
-Remove the LINUX partition, if you are not going to use it, and expand the Windows 7 in the resulting. Rebuild the MBR - you will see the option in the partitioning software. When all is booting fine upgrade for free to Windows 10 whilst it is still free.
+Remove the LINUX partition, if you are not going to use it, and expand the Windows 7 one in the resulting free space. Rebuild the MBR - you will see the option in the partitioning software. When all is booting fine upgrade for free to Windows 10 whilst it is still free.
If you need futher help just ask.

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-bill’s advice above is good and should be followed.
+bill’s advice above is good and should be followed. i would reflash the BIOS as well, in case of any corruption.
Next download, when able to, one of the freeware partition editing apps such as EaseUS '''Partition''' Master or MiniTool Partion Wizard , etc.
Remove the LINUX partition, if you are not going to use it, and expand the Windows 7 in the resulting. Rebuild the MBR - you will see the option in the partitioning software. When all is booting fine upgrade for free to Windows 10 whilst it is still free.
If you need futher help just ask.

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-https://www.ifixit.com/User/3940988/ bill’s advice is good and shouldThe first thing to do download, when able to, one of the freeware partition editing apps such as EaseUS '''Partition''' Master, MiniTool Partion Wizard , etc.
+bill’s advice above is good and should be followed.
-Remove the LINUX partition, if you are not going to use it, and expand the Windows 7 in the resulting
+Next download, when able to, one of the freeware partition editing apps such as EaseUS '''Partition''' Master or MiniTool Partion Wizard , etc.
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+Remove the LINUX partition, if you are not going to use it, and expand the Windows 7 in the resulting. Rebuild the MBR - you will see the option in the partitioning software. When all is booting fine upgrade for free to Windows 10 whilst it is still free.
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+If you need futher help just ask.

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https://www.ifixit.com/User/3940988/ bill’s advice is good and shouldThe first thing to do download, when able to, one of the freeware partition editing apps such as EaseUS '''Partition''' Master, MiniTool Partion Wizard , etc.

Remove the LINUX partition, if you are not going to use it, and expand the Windows 7 in the resulting

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