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Windows 7: Windows 7 32 bit on 64 bit platform

18 Mar 2015   #1

64 bit windows 7
Windows 7 32 bit on 64 bit platform

Dear All,

I have 64 bit machine (hardware) on which i am currently running 64 bit windows i wish to uninstall 64 bit winods7 ultimate and install windows 7 professional 32 bit please let me know if this is possible i have original windows 7 profesional upgarde key .



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18 Mar 2015   #2

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Windows 7 Home Premium SP1, 64-bit

Sure, it's possible-----if you have a valid Product Key for Professional and a valid installation disc.

I have no idea if you do have those 2 things, based on your description.

It would have to be a clean install.
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