Based on these links, my understanding is that if she: -Owns a Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit DVD (non-OEM) -Removes her Windows 7 Home Premium 32-bit install -Installs Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit Conclusion: She can activate it using the 32-bit key.
Would this be correct? Please let me know if I should clarify anything. I'm tired. XP --- [AMD FX-8350] [8GB DDR3-1600] [GV-R785OC-1GD] [Win7x64]
#2reincarnator07Posted 4/3/2014 5:00:58 AM
Did you buy a retail copy of w7? If not, it's probably the OEM version. --- Fan of metal? Don't mind covers? Check out my youtube and give me some feedback http://www.youtube.com/sircaballero
#3drinkPosted 4/3/2014 6:21:43 AM(edited)
If you own a win7 64bit disc, it should come with a key of its own.
Not sure if this helps, but I own a NFR windows 7 and have one key that works for both 32 and 64 --- You didn't try google, you made that up... Twist those dirty bags - Shake
#4ShubPosted 4/3/2014 6:22:47 AM
Windows 7 product keys work independently of whether you have a 32- or 64-bit install. --- -What is best in life? -To crush your enemies, see them driven before you, and to hear the lamentation of the women.