Quote: Originally Posted by SIW2
I don't follow the problem.
They gave you a higher Edition of 7 - lucky you.
Why would the drivers be any different for Home premium or Pro?
I don't think whatever problem you are having is because you now have Pro as opposed to Premium.
Is Windows 7 activated? Look at Computer>Properties activation status.
If it's activated then the repair shop might have provided you the higher edition however this is very unusual. If you can confirm this is what they did, then there's no reason why you can't keep it.
I had assumed they installed the wrong version which was prompting for activation and now the key won't work since it's wrong version.
There is no difference between the drivers for Pro and Home Premium, even if they have them separated on the Sony Downloads page.
If you prefer to go ahead with the install, confirm the ISO's correct size or download another, then write to flash stick using Universal USB Installer
which may work better. You may need to wipe the stick first to clean it's boot sector: Clean and Clean All with Diskpart Command
You can indeed run Setup to install over the old Windows 7 installation but it's best to have a bootable installer which is also used for repairs if Windows 7 becomes unbootable.