I recently purchased a Windows 7 Home Premium OEM in the UK i have tried to Load the installation on my Laptop
Windows 7 home premium, the adviser did explain i needed 64bit Version as i read him the system info from my Laptop explaining it's
Intel®Core i3-2330M CPU @2.20GHZ ( the adviser on the phone was sure i would need 64bit)
after some time back reinstalling rescue disc it appears i have 32.
I was recommended by a respected member of this Forum that i should use 32bit as it would be best for my Acer Aspire 4750
It hasn't worked and says its not compatible with my system.I originally found out i have a Copy of Windows & Home Premium
that was put onto the computer a few years back in SE Asia so i never activated the key and the sales people ,i pressume, did it .
I did have an installation disc, but no Key Number with it so that really should of been a red flag ,but i wasn't as computer savy then,
So i would assume it is a copied Version windows 7 Home Premium.the reason i found out this was when i used a rescue disc and Reinstalled after my Laptop crashed.
I had a lot of help from the forum to download Windows 7 via a Digital River ISO which after 10 days started to Nag for Activation Key number.So thats why i wanted to Start fresh with a
Legitimate Key Number and OEM .
I am confused whether to exchange this 64bit for a 32bit or could i change the Nagging Activation Key number and use the new OEM number i received with the 64bit OEM or wouldn't that work?
I would be very grateful for some advice please