it would help if you posted some more details about what are you doing and how. Which Windows 7 are you trying to install? What exactly doesn't work and what exactly do you mean with "computer doesn't accept Windows 7 when I try to install it"? Do you see any errors? If so, which?
Please post more details on your situation, the exact steps you are performing and exact errors/issues you see.
I have used this disk clean procedure several times on a USB flash.
"This will show how to remove / over-write all existing data from a Solid State Drive (SSD) or a Hard Disk Drive (HDD), it'll work for both, then how to create a partition and then format that partition before install begins so you have a clean drive to start the installation with."
I intended to install Linux in my NUC but made a hurried decision went with W8 instead. I now work with W8, W7, and Linux and my preference is in the order as listed.
Hello Mr. Harvey,
And thanks for the reply.
I realize that I have to set aside a several hours for this to get it right.
I got an error message (do not remember which) when I tried to install Windows 7 (from a separate CD drive).
I will try to follow provo44's advices below.
Will return when I have made an attempt.
And thanks for your reply. I will try to follow your advices, and will be back when I have done so.
Thanks for your help. I managed to solve the problem Windows 7 using information on the sevenforums-site. I had some problem with the drivers for the Intel Wlan 7260 Mini Pcie Dual Band 802.11a/b/g/n/ac bt4.0, but solved that problem too.
Sorry for some incorrect english above.
Thank you very much again.