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Windows 7: Can you install a 32 bit Windows 7 pro upgrade on Home Premium 64 bit

12 Jun 2011   #11

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit installed from Dell

Wow, certainly a lot of help from people on a Sunday evening!

Og, Thanks for the Dell info. It looks like it wouldn't benefit me to go this route, if they are only exactly what I could get from my generating my own recovery disks. I wonder if Dell has any other options if I got "Tech Support" involved?

Strollin, I stumbled across that link last night, and it was good to know I had a way to use my CS2 if I couldn't "downgrade" to a 32-bit version.

I am certainly getting more confident that I will be able to get our new system running smoothly when it arrives. Here are "thank you's" for everyone whose has helped me so far....

To the best of my knowledge, I got everything "message sharing" related checked/allowed. I have Vcard allowed and "enable visitor messaging". I just added you personally as a friend to my contact list. Is there something I am missing?

I've tried EVERY possible button in the CP menus, and just don't see anything else I can choose. I don't even see a Messaging & Notification option on my CP. I took a "snapshot" of it, hopefully I can post that here. I only took a photo of the middle of the CP menu option, under the Setting & Options since that is were you told me to look for it.

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