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    win 10 update prob

    hi I am on a Windows 7 Home premuium PC. I want to convert to Win 10. Recently I installed an EVGA GT 610 graphics card my HP PC had GeForce 6150SE nForce 430 preinstalled when it was new. I have updated the drivers to the most recent for the GT 610. Device manager under display adapters shows the new one only and not the old one.

    I downloaded update numbers KB 303553 and KB 2952664. When I run the "get windows 10" it still show show my computer cannot run Win 10 due the the following message " The display manufacturer hasn't made your display compatible with windows 10". I thought compatibility would change when the new grapahics card was installed. Any Ideas on how to get around this problem ? Would greatly appreciate.

    Can I use the Windows Media Creation tool to do a conversion and will I still retain the ability to go back to windows 7 if i choose to using that method

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    Yes....

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    Create a full system image onto external media before the upgrade.

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