Two out of three done, the second computer never downloaded the boot.wim file, or at least that’s what the setup stated was missing. So I ran the manual upgrade tool which worked perfectly, and the setup was even smoother this time than the first time even if this was a Windows 7 computer with local user rather than a Windows 8.1 computer with a Windows Live account.

So far no problem encountered except the same NVIDIA driver issue as the first computer had, which was easy to sort out. Next in line would be the third computer which has an unsupported Intel graphics adapter where ASUS has yet to release a supported driver, that could become a bit more challenging.

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