Quote: Originally Posted by zigzag3143
Quote: Originally Posted by the prestige
I have a 32bit and 64bit Windows 7 disk, that I got from school.
Well I installed the 32bit, because I only had 3gb of ram at the time. Well now I'm thinking about installing more ram and going with the 64bit(clean install).
The question is, does my 32bit disk now become useless because I activated it on this computer, even though it wont be on there?
The disk is not useless but the key can only be used on one machine. The same key should activate your 64 but but in case it doesnt it is only a simple phone call to MS
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I'm confused now.
-I have 2 physical copies of windows 7 from my college
-1 is a 32bit(installed right now) and 1 is a 64bit(not installed)
-Both have different product keys
-I'm asking if I install the 64bit over the 32, is the 32 now useless?
-Can I install the 32bit ever again on a different computer(using the product key that I currently have activated on this computer?)
Are you saying I can install the Windows 7 64bit and use the 32bit product key, instead of the 64bit product key?