Windows 10: Win10 64 bit

Discus and support Win10 64 bit in Windows 10 Installation and Upgrade to solve the problem; I have an HP laptop that came with win 10 (64 bit) preinstalled. I am not a fan of 10. I installed win 7 64 bit. 7 will not update due to an... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Installation and Upgrade' started by triputt, Dec 3, 2019 at 5:02 PM.

  1. triputt Win User

    Win10 64 bit


    I have an HP laptop that came with win 10 (64 bit) preinstalled. I am not a fan of 10. I installed win 7 64 bit. 7 will not update due to an unsupported device warning. My question is if I format the drive and install 7 (yes I know it is about done) will I keep getting the same message. Am currently dual booting. TIA

    :)
     
  2. Imposter Win User

    Dual Boot Win10 64 bit and Win10 32 bit

    When I originally installed Win10 I installed the 32 bit version. I have a blank drive, and would like to install the 64 bit version on that, creating a dual boot system.

    What are the steps I need to follow? I'm reasonably intelligent but not tech savvy.
     
  3. Win10 32 bit migration to 64 bit

    I have an HP 6200 Pro running perfectly with a fully updated and activated license for Win10 Pro 32 bit. I am contemplating a migration to 64 bit Win10 Pro and have downloaded a 64 bit ISO file on a USB drive which is bootable right now. A 9/15/2015
    Post on "Groovypost.com" says that on a UEFI based PC (as mine is), the USB drive must be made bootable with a utility such as "Rufus" making sure to format it in FAT32 and using the GPT Partitioning scheme. If the USB drive is already bootable, why would
    this be suggested?


    Just how it is for UEFI.. Win10 64 bit :)

    Also, MS' directions says that a product key will NOT be required if upgrading (in my case migrating) from an activated copy of Win10. Is this correct and if so, where does the new SW pick up the old activation digital entitlement - from the in place
    activated copy of Win10 32 bit?


    The computer configuration is known to Microsoft, and when 64-bit is installed, it takes note and activates automatically. All you have to do is skip the part where you are asked to enter a key code..
     
    Mike Hall... always, Dec 3, 2019 at 5:25 PM
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  4. BobMunoz Win User

    Win10 64 bit

    Win10 32 bit migration to 64 bit

    I have an HP 6200 Pro running perfectly with a fully updated and activated license for Win10 Pro 32 bit. I am contemplating a migration to 64 bit Win10 Pro and have downloaded a 64 bit ISO file on a USB drive which is bootable right now. A 9/15/2015 Post
    on "Groovypost.com" says that on a UEFI based PC (as mine is), the USB drive must be made bootable with a utility such as "Rufus" making sure to format it in FAT32 and using the GPT Partitioning scheme. If the USB drive is already bootable, why would this
    be suggested? Have the updates in the last 5 months made this possible?

    Also, MS' directions says that a product key will NOT be required if upgrading (in my case migrating) from an activated copy of Win10. Is this correct and if so, where does the new SW pick up the old activation digital entitlement - from the in place activated
    copy of Win10 32 bit?

    Thanks for your time, the MS Community is extremely helpful.

    Bob Munoz
     
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