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Apparently the key code mechanism was updated with SP1.This is probably where the misinformation comes from - if you had a 32-bit disc from a promotional event with SP1 built-in but you tried to use the key with a non-SP1 64-bit disc, it would not accept your key and/or would not activate.Stack Exchange network consists of 175 Q&A communities including Stack Overflow, the largest, most trusted online community for developers to learn, share their knowledge, and build their careers. Does anyone know if my product key for Vista 32-bit will also work for Vista 64-bit for an OEM copy? Update The laptop is a Dell XPS M1330, and its hardware is supported. However, it was significantly more expensive for lower specs, and I couldn't get it in red.Visit Stack Exchange I just ordered a laptop, and it came with Vista Home Premium 32-bit. As far as I know, I just need to get the 64-bit media. According to the Microsoft Site, you can "upgrade" your 32 bit version to 64 for free, minus the shipping cost of a 64bit version on DVD.NOTE 1: If you wish to reuse the key which came with your system, you must install the same version (business, home, home premium) which came with your system. on the Dell Forums give him your service id and he'll send you the 64bit media free. I can only setup orders for customers in the Americas.NOTE 2: Windows Vista Ultimate has both 32Bit and 64Bit on the install DVD aparently JB If you live in the U. For customers in Euro or Asia Pacific, you must contact Dell Support for your country and tell them to look up DSN Document ID: 158098 (Operating System Changes and Operating System Swaps - Dell Global Policy).The first option that pops into one’s mind is Windows 10 – this latest brainchild of Microsoft offers up a whole bunch of striking features.
If that’s the case, the operating system cannot boot properly and the loading process is halted.
Once you load this 64bit Vista operating system, Dell will not assist in any operating system, software, or driver issues. If you want support for operating system, software, or driver issues, you must remove the 64bit Vista and reload the 32bit Vista." Dell-Chris_M.
Upgrading from a 32-bit version to a 64-bit version You cannot perform an upgrade from a 32-bit version of Windows Vista to a 64-bit version of Windows Vista.
If your PC did not come with a Windows installation disc or if you no longer have your Windows setup media, you can use Easy Recovery Essentials for Windows instead.
Easy RE will automatically find and fix many problems, and can also be used to solve this problem with the directions below.
You would have to use a 64-bit disc with SP1 installed, or install without a key and then apply the key and do the activation after SP1 has been applied.