Make 64bit Vista an upgrade to 32bit owners

Discussion in 'Windows Update' started by Logan, May 23, 2007.

  1. Logan

    Logan Guest

    I originally got the 32 bit version of Vista because of all of the issues
    that were experienced with the 64 bit version of XP. Who knew it would
    actually get better? Microsoft, all you have to do is off a .iso or any
    other file that can burn an image to a DVD and allow us 32 bit owners unlock
    the potential of our 64 bit computers. It is only fair and right, especially
    since you're essentially telling us to buy a whole brand new version of your
    software when the solution is simple. It would take minutes to make a copy
    available that would allow the 64 bit upgrade... but would take me at least
    16 hours of work to make enough to buy ANOTHER copy of Vista. PLEASE make
    this available for a reasonable price. Thanks. Hope this doesn't fall on
    deaf ears...

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    Logan, May 23, 2007
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