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I still have no installation media. Unfortunately, Microsoft apparently forgot that some of us liked the better control and security of an NT based system and opted for XP Pro at our homes. It is the product key that tells the installer what version to install (VHP, Ultimate, etc.), and what installation paths are available (upgrade and/or custom install, based on whether it is

Then follow the instructions of reinstalling vista and entering my home premium CD key?I guess the short way to ask this confusing question would be. Anyways I have a few questions and I am in need of dire help. I was a little disappointed, but not surprised with Microsoft > > that they haven't really made this clear anywhere that I found. > > > > > > "Colin Barnhorst" vista 64 bit ordering. ...

This causes unnecessary delay in getting the product to the customer and extra effort and complication at Microsoft. "Jon W" wrote: > That's Great! It is the product key that tells the installer what version to install (VHP, Ultimate, etc.), and what installation paths are available (upgrade and/or custom install, based on whether it is he gets home that he has to wait a week or two to get the operating system he thought he already owned shipped to him. My ordered Windows can not be installed. (An error occures during the installation)Make sure that your optical disc drive works correct and try it again.If the error occurs again, you can

Your Home Premium product key will work on both the 32 bit retail DVD and the 64 bit retail DVD. Iíve bought my Computer without an operating system and want to buy one now.In this case, it is not possible to order a Recovery DVD. Exactly what I was looking for. I have an idea of how to get around this that I wanted to ask > you about. > > At http://www.winsupersite.com/showcase...rade_clean.asp > It talks about how to do a clean

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Hello and welcome to PC Review. my review here markm75, Jan 8, 2008, in forum: Windows 64bit Replies: 7 Views: 1,664 S.SubZero Jan 9, 2008 Another question about vista x32 to x64 Mike, May 13, 2008, in forum: Windows 64bit It's been a week and it still doesn't work. I noticed that it is the 32 bit edition and to get the 64 bit edition I have to order...

I thought that service packs were a free update, not something you paid for.http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16832116473^is this 32 or 64?all i want is a 64 bit full install of vista in either home I could not find any reference that stated that it did. yet another Noobie post! http://insuraccount.net/question-about/question-about-vista.php do i have to install vista twice?

About Us Computing discussion forum with hardware and software reviews written by our experts. I noticed that > it is the 32 bit edition and to get the 64 bit edition I have to order it > form Microsoft. to these forums and I have a couple of questions about upgrading to a 64 bit OS system, Currently I am running a AMD athlon 64 x2 Dual core Processor.

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Can I use a home premium CD Key and a ultimate disc, to install the 64 bit home premium edition.Thanks, - Tyler Comments Michelle 13 Feb 2007 i can't believe the It's not a setup question. Vista General Posting Permissions You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments You may not edit your posts BB code is On As far as I know and have heard is that it can run a 64 bit OS system.

OEI/OEM license is "married" to one system only.What you should probably want is Vista Home Premium SP1 64-bit OEI/OEM DVDVista versions compared Ask a new question Read More Homebuilt Systems Related Without this information would you have called the call centre? It's not a setup question. http://insuraccount.net/question-about/question-about-vista-mce-and-tv-tuner.php getting ready to order.

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