If you bought the retail version or upgrade version then you should have two discs in the package. One for x86 and the other for x64.I bought Windows7 - 32 bits. Can I install 64 bits using the same license number I had for 32 bits?
Thanks for anyone helping me.
Yes you can, just grab a retail version & it will have 2 DVD's in it, one for 32bit and the other for 64. If you go 32bit, you have to reinstall everything to move to 64bit so it's not an 'upgrade' in that wayPresently I have a computer running 64 bit Windows Vista. Are there any risks installing 32 bit windows 7? I wonder, if one installs the 32 bit version can one subsequently upgrade to 64 bit on the same license?
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