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W.7 vouchers


sunnystaines

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just got one to register with microsoft when I bought oem vista ultimate was told by vendor the voucher is like for like eg ultimate gets ultimate, bussiness get bussiness. but the voucher makes no mention of which version of w7 been hearing conflicting info it may just be w7home edition.

anyone up on this issue.

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anskyber

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about the upgrade paths "To be eligible for a copy of Windows 7 Home Premium E, the qualifying products are:
• Windows Vista, Home Premium Edition with Service Pack 1
• Windows Vista, Home Premium Edition with Service Pack 1, Upgrade Version

To be eligible for a copy of Windows 7 Professional E, the qualifying products are:
• Windows Vista, Business Edition with Service Pack 1
• Windows Vista, Business Edition with Service Pack 1, Upgrade Version

To be eligible for a copy of Windows 7 Ultimate E, the qualifying products are:
• Windows Vista, Ultimate Edition with Service Pack 1
• Windows Vista, Ultimate Edition with Service Pack 1, Upgrade Version

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sunnystaines

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thanks

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