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Windows 7: 64bit Upgrade ?

10 Aug 2009   #1
fadedrs

Vista Ultimate X64, Windows 7 X64, XP Pro X64, Vista Home Premium X86
 
 
Vista Ultimate x64 to 7 x64 upgrade question

Hey peps, i am always over on vista forums as i have vista as my main OS, but here is my question.

i have 7 Enterprise X64 running in VMWARE runs great except it does not reconize my video card as it is running in a virtual enviroment.

i have vista ultimate X64, when 7 X64 ultimate or enterprise comes out retail wise, I can do a upgrade from vista ultimate X64 to 7 Ultimate or Enterprise X64? correct?


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10 Aug 2009   #2
Mark

Windows 7 Ultimate Vista Ultimate x64
 
 

You can upgrade to Ultimate but that's it I think.
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11 Aug 2009   #3
fadedrs

Vista Ultimate X64, Windows 7 X64, XP Pro X64, Vista Home Premium X86
 
 

so this is what i am going to do,

i have my copy of vista ultimate installed in vmware, i am going to try to upgrade it to win7 using a rtm copy of 7 enterprise.

i will let every one know if it works or not.
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11 Aug 2009   #4
fadedrs

Vista Ultimate X64, Windows 7 X64, XP Pro X64, Vista Home Premium X86
 
 

Nope does not work Darn.

thought it was going to work with the first screen shot but than poped up the second one.


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11 Aug 2009   #5
Dinesh

Windows® 8 Pro (64-bit)
 
 

Nope it has to be Ultimate to Ultimate or Enterprise to Enterprise. Sorry to hear that fadedrs.
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