Posted 26 November 2012 - 02:16 PM
Need a Windows ISO image?
Posted 26 November 2012 - 04:43 PM
Glad to see you have sorted out your problem.
I knew this software was good for something.
BTW, it worked fine on my 64 bit W7 OS.
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Patience is Life.
Posted 29 November 2012 - 10:35 AM
I'm pleased to be writing this under my new 64 Bit OS. I needed to replace my system hard drive (boot drive with Windows) as my second MBR was unwriteable; so as long as I had a clean formatted drive to put in place I thought I'd test out whether or not the product key I got with my 32 Bit OS computer would unlock a 64 Bit OS. The answer is YES! Thank you very much.
I downloaded and burned the .iso file for Windows Home Premium 64 Bit version from LiveBrianD's site, popped it in my DVD DRW unit, and it started right up. I chose the Custom (full) Install and in less than half an hour I had a fresh install of Win 7 Service Pack 1. It accepted my product key without missing a beat. I subsequently went to Control Panel, opened the System app and there in the description it showed it as having the 64 Bit OS, and all 4 Gb of my RAM are now used! To 'celebrate' I've purchased another 4 Gbs of RAM, of which I'll use 1 Gb for a RAMDrive Swap File, leaving 7 Gbs of main system RAM. Can't do much better than that.
Again, my thanks for the help and downloads.
Posted 29 November 2012 - 03:16 PM
Gaming rig: Removed from service.
Laptop: Alienware 14, Intel i7-4700MQ, 8GB DDR3 ram, Nvidia GTX 765M 4GB DDR5, Plextor M3 256GB SSD, 1080P IPS display, Killer GigE, Killer 1202 wifi
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