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Windows 7 Home Premium 32 bit (Resolved)

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Best Answer billdawson , 06 February 2016 - 05:20 PM

That's funny! but I suppose it's absolute proof that the machine is out of circulation.  I feel more confident now and thanks for all this Phillpower2, you have been a great help, 180!   Go to the full post »


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Does anyone know where I can download Windows 7 Home Premium 32-bit. I have Vista Home Premium and need to upgrade but, Microsoft have stopped offering the Windows 7 download. Any help would be appreciated!


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:welcome:    billdawson,

 

Not sure where you are in the world but the price converted = US $58.00  Coastal Software


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Phillpower2

Thanks - this looks like a good site, all the sites I looked at looked a little suspect.

What do you think of this site in Covent Garden, London?

https://softwaregeeks.co.uk/product/windows-7-home-premium-3264bit-product-key-coa/?gclid=Cj0KEQiA0Na1BRDlkqOcyczng5cBEiQAnEDa2CYY-HEp8fZCHreeCovt1TIE6k-IkdGY-XFw824yRAAaAvnG8P8HAQ 


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Not seen them before but they look ok judging by the reviews here

 

Did you notice the following at the link;

 

The C.O.A has been taken from a decommissioned PC.

 

 

You are welcome btw  :)


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Would the fact that the C.O.A was from a decommissioned machine not bother you? Is this normal practice? Do you think Microsoft will accept such a product key and would I continue to receive future updates from Microsoft. By the way, I would not be going for the Windows 10 upgrade that Windows 7 customers are entitled to because my PC is about seven years old and probably not a suitable candidate for that operating system.


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None of the reviews reported a problem with the install or the update and I was just making sure that you were aware that the product was not out of the box new, had a similar one in the thread here (posts 76 and 77) were the product key sticker and DVD disc shipped with an actual broken computer, link for that here, so no, it is not unusual. 

 

If your computer is capable of running Windows 10 you should be offered the upgrade as an update and tbh it is not too demanding an OS, see system requirements here


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That's funny! but I suppose it's absolute proof that the machine is out of circulation.  I feel more confident now and thanks for all this Phillpower2, you have been a great help, 180!  


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Glad we were able to help, thank you for the follow up and any further questions along the way let us know :thumbsup:  

 

You are most welcome btw billdawson  :)


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