If I install Windows 7 32bit twice would that make it 64bit?

There are some classic questions in tech support. “Where is the “Any” key?”. After being told to “press any key”. “My cupholder broke.” Actually their CD-Rom tray broke from setting cups on it, etc.

Here’s a very recent one from the Microsoft forums that’s destined to join others as a classic:

I have a question,

I recently took delivery of my new Dell, which came with the 32bit version of Windows 7, however the PC is capable of running at 64bit.

If I install Windows 7 32bit twice would that make it 64bit?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

I wonder, why stop at two? Install it four times? You’d be the first to have 128-bit Windows!

A great quote from the same topic:

And I thought that Henny Youngman was dead.

  • I don't think that's a serious post.
    The OP's name is fwitt, I think that too is a joke.

  • I don't think that's a serious post.
    The OP's name is fwitt, I think that too is a joke.

  • If you are installing Windows 7 or new to Windows 7 check out The ABCs of Windows 7 which will help -
    http://ninjarabbits.blogspot.com/2010/06/windows-7-abcs.html

  • mike

    lol you should see some of the people that come into the store i work at. i had a guy who put his laptop into the washing machine because it was dirty (new mb, new screen, new keyboard, new memory) somehow the harddrive managed to survive. probibly because of the rubber gaskets surrounding the panel.

  • TheWhiteRose000

    I love stuff like this.
    Where's the Any key is the classic.

  • kml

    lol xD

  • Rkd1964

    One of the classics where I work was "everything I type is coming up in capitals...what's wrong?" ......uhhhhh....caps lock maybe?

  • Dominick J. Fontana

    I never heard that, "Where is the Any key?" before. That is a classic. 😉

  • How can it be, funny!!!