Re: install with vista cd a, use licence key from vista cd b
Vista 32 bit can not be "inplace" upgraded to 64 bit Vista but it can be
replaced with "64 Bit Vista" if you have an upgrade license.
"peter" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> its not a matter of using a license key....it's a matter of what you have
> on your machine now
> do you have 32 or 64 bit version of Vista....32 bit cannot be "upgraded"
> to 64 bit. It needs a New Install.
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> "deadrabit" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>> Hi all,
>> I have access to to windows vista versions through the MSDN academic
>> alliance (free microsoft stuff, woo!) anyway, the upgrade editions of
>> vista aren't available through that and keeping my software and work is
>> a major priority.
>> now, my next door neighbour has the upgrade version of vista business
>> 64 bit which is also available via MSDNAA so can I use his upgrade
>> version to keep my software but install using my licence key from