Your Questions About Windows 7 Professional 32 Bit Download

George asks…

Windows 7 correct disc? 32 bit 64 bit?

So I asked a question yesterday and thanks for the reply’s.

I have another question, So I have the 32 bit upgrade disc for windows 7 professional.

I downloaded the windows 7 professional 64 bit.

Will my key work for the one i downloaded?

answers:

Windows Vista & Windows 7 keys are interchangeable between processor architectures until they’re assigned to a specific computer during Windows Activation

Steven asks…

Run 32 bit games on 64 bit windows 7 home premium?

I have a Windows 7, 64 bit Home Premium acer laptop.
I’m trying to run old games such as Kings Quest 7 and Monopoly (trying to re live my childhood) problem is whenever I try to install it, it comes up with the error message:

” the version of this file is not compatible with the version of windows you’re running. check your compiters system information to see whether you need an x86 (32 bit) or x64 (64 bit) version of the program and then contact the software publisher”

I’ve tried dos box and even downloading a ‘virtual XP PC’ thing to get them to work but dos box isnt opening them and the virtual xp – pc thing is only avaliable to people who have Windows 7 professional and higher.

Any suggestions? This is KILLING me!

answers:

Try using vmware to get a virtual windows7 system 32 bit

Laura asks…

Upgrading from vista basic to windows 7 professional?

ok so earlier this week i bought the student downloadable upgrade to windows 7 for 30 dollars.. and when i downloaded and tried to update it said something about it not working because i had a 32 bit vista.. even though my laptop can handle 64 bit..

i tried putting it on a disc and reformatting but it wouldnt boot from cd..

the one i bought was 64 bit professional
they just sent me a link to download 32 bit professional

can i do the windows update from basic to professional without reformatting?

thanks

answers:

This was actually a very common problem, it is a problem on microsofts end so you will have to keep looking for when they fix it, because i dont think they have yet

Donald asks…

My Windows XP Mode in Windows 7 only shows a choice of 16-Bit Color?

I use a Windows XP .vhd file in Windows Virtual PC. However I can only see 16-Bit color options. I want to change the color to 32-Bit Depth but I can’t see an option for that. It’s because I try to put a Vista Wallpaper in it but the color’s all screwed up. If I change it to 32-Bit it will work fine but I can’t do that. Please help and give suggestions.

Computer Specs :
Windows XP Professional SP3 x86 (32-Bit), running on – Windows 7 Ultimate x86′s (32-Bit) Virtual PC.
1.91 GHz – 2 GB Ram – Intel Integrated Graphics.

P:S The Virtual Hard disk file (.vhd) and Virtual PC was downloaded from the official site (Microsoft).

answers:

Have tried a restore point.

Jenny asks…

Why won’t iTunes sync with my iPhone after I upgraded to Windows 7?

It recognizes that my phone is connected and it will transfer the photos taken from my phone to my computer, but if I change a playlist or download a song from the phone or computer it does not transfer to the other device. It even says that it syncs but nothing ever changes after it does (except the pictures).

For clarity, I am using a Dell XPS M1530, Windows 7 Professional on a 32-bit system.

answers:

Apple is a huge organization bent on trying to take over the electronics market. Apple starts by allowing both PC users and Mac users download and install iTunes onto their computer machines. But Apple, as I said before, wants to get rid of the PC market and more specifically the Windows market. Because they own one of the largest music playing programs on the market, they can manipulate a huge population who use PC’s. To do so, they change up iTunes’ files (except those that must allow it to run on Windows) to make it act differently on Windows and ultimately upset PC users and to buy a Mac. I am just saying it’s not running all correctly because Apple built it to run badly on Windows, so don’t go blaming your PC. But as to answer your question, try reinstalling it. If that does not work, consult an Apple technician and tell them that you use Windows 7.

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