Key-Windows 7 x86 and x64?

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If the keys are Windows 7 (the ones on the sticker) from x86 version to x64? If not, how much cheaper and easier to upgrade the system to x64? Or have to buy a new license?
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Well, when you buy Windows there is no distinction between x86 and x64, hence all should work. And if not, write to the support microsoft.
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If the keys are Windows 7 (the ones on the sticker) from x86 version to x64?

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Ie if a laptop was x86 version, then I can safely put x64 from MSDN image and it will eat the key and activated?

Probably not. If Oamnei laptop with Windows, it is likely MSDNовском the image is not SLP-certificate of the manufacturer, i.e. to put it something you can deliver, but to activate it you can't. Right up until not going to add certificates in Windows. At least that's how it was on Vista. I'm still seven Oumnia didn't move, but I suspect that you will need as on Vista — look for clues and sew at Windu, then you can activate the key from the sticker.
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The OEM version of Windows 7 includes version of just the bit that comes with the laptop, and is licensed only if it is either 32-bit or 64-bit. Key from OEM 32-bit will not fit OEM 64-bit and Vice versa.
Here , here, here and here have already been discussed.
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Checked only.
Svejesobranna (or rather a year or two lying Packed) license OEM x86 Win7prof came when installing Win7prof x64 and successfully activated subsequently.
Perhaps when reinstalle other rules, but check now not on anything.
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