I have windows 7 ultimate copy one code for both 64 and 32 bit and the pro versions I have are one code for each bit 64 and my x86 versions. I am unknown about any of the lesser versions upgrade or home.... I am sticking with pro for family and ultimate for my personal and work computers.It looks as if you have the OEM version. Did your disk come in a rather plain box with square corners on the disc's storage case?
I only know of OEM discs being shipped as singles rather than the set of two with the retail and upgrade versions.
Now the question is, would a product key of an OEM 32 bit version work with an x64 OEM version? For example; a Home Premium 32 bit OEM to Home Premium x64.
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