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Student Discount On Win 7 Os


Is there a student discounted full windows 7 os disk 64 bit available? Not the upgrade i would like the full os with disk! If so how can i obtain it? I only see how to get an upgraded copy of premium with the student discount. I need to do a full reformat and would like to just use win 7 because i lost my xp disk and cant find another one anywhere.

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Student Discount Still Available?

I have decided that i need to upgrade my win xp sp3 machine to win 7 ultimate home version. I'm also toying with going to the 64 bit professional as well. Many of my school classes are at least vista based now. So it would be beneficial to become win 7 savvy. I also like to play online games (bf2, lotro), which are 32 bit apps. I know they will run with a 64 bit machine at the slower 32 bit pace. But i can't find the $29. 99 student version anywhere. Is this gone now? Was i too late?

Posted On: 2010-01-26 . View Related Posts . . View 5 Replies .

Upgrade To Professional Through Student Discount Program

I am receiving windows 7 home premium via a free upgrade program. Can i upgrade to professional through the student discount program. As a college student some of the programs i will be using need to be compatible with windows xp, and the domain join is nice feature. None of these things are on the home premium edition. So i was wondering if it was possible to install the windows 7 home premium upgrade, and then use the student discount upgrade program on win741.com to purchase the windows 7 professional, rather than full price through the windows anytime upgrade.

Posted On: 2009-11-05 . View Related Posts . . View 2 Replies .

Australian Student Discount For Win 7 Using On Pc In America

I am an australian student who is currently living in america for a few months with an american friend. She currently has windows xp media center edition 2005 on her dell dimension e520, however she has lost the disc and i am attempting to reinstall her os. I have access to the australian student discounts for windows 7 professional upgrade. My questions:

1. Can i purchase this upgrade for her computer and install this upgrade over her current os, even though it is an american computer?

2. I wanted to buy her the 32-bit edition, and get the 64-bit version for myself. I am currently using the windows 7 rc candidate, and i've searched but am still slightly confused. Can i buy the professional upgrade for my computer, or do i need to buy the complete os?


Posted On: 2010-01-17 . View Related Posts . . View 3 Replies .

Discount On Anytime Upgrade In Uk

I am in the process of buying a netbook. I am unimpressed with the windows 7 starter pack and when i buy my netbook, i will want to upgrade it to windows 7 home premium. I have read that there will be a discount on the windows anytime upgrade in the us from the april 4th to the 3rd of july when upgrading to windows 7 home premium. Will this offer be available in the uk sometime in the future? If so how much will the discount be. Also, if i buy a netbook with windows xp, will it cost more to upgrade that to windows 7 home premium than upgrading windows 7 starter to windows 7 home premium?

Posted On: 2010-04-11 . View Related Posts . . View 3 Replies .

Student Upgrade Freezes

For the past few days i've been attempting to upgrade my dell studio 15 from vista 32bit to windows 7 32bit via the microsoft student discount program. The file for setup, ect. Is now on my computer and i've tried three times now to upgrade. I've removed all the extra programs i can, including all my anti-virus and spyware programs, run the chkdsk utility twice, and still the update process freezes at 55% on the transferring files stage.

I have no idea what is causing the failure to complete the upgrade.

Specs:
Dell studio 15
Windows vista 32bit sp1
Intel core duo cpu 2. 0 ghz
3gb ram


Posted On: 2010-01-07 . View Related Posts . . View 2 Replies .

Student Upgrade From Vista Error

I recently purchased a win vista to win7 upgrade, which can be found here (it's a student version):http://www.microsoft.com/student/en/us/windows/buynow/default.aspx  the current home premium system and the update are both 64bit. I ran the windows 7 compatibility manager and it said i am able to upgrade. The problem i have now is that when i want to install the upgrade, this is the error msg i get:windows vista home premium cannot be upgraded to windows 7 professional. You can choose to install a new copy of windows 7 professional instead, but this is different from an upgrade, and does not keep your files, settings, and programs.

You’ll need to reinstall any programs using the original installation discs or files. To save your files before installing windows, back them up to an external location such as a cd, dvd, or external hard drive. To install a new copy of windows 7 professional, click the back button in the upper left-hand corner, and select "custom (advanced)". Please help! Another post said: " you can do an in-place upgrade to win7 home premium and then purchase & install an anytime upgrade to win7 professional but you cannot upgrade directly to win7 professional. "Why, is it that the windows upgrade tool verified my upgrade compatibility and on the microsoft website is no hint on which systems are compatible and which are not?

How am i supposed to know that u cant upgrade from vista home to win7 professional? Can i still install the win7 version as the menu tells me to (with deleting everything) or will i get an error msg stating that my win7 is only an upgrade and not a full version?


Posted On: 2010-08-16 . View Related Posts . . View 5 Replies .

Upgrading From Vista Using Student W7 Dvd

Had 32-bit vista running, upgraded to 64-bit by performing a clean install from the dvd to a different drive (ssd). It works fine, except the old drive is still the "system" drive and i cannot boot with the ssd as the boot drive. And, when i boot to the old drive i get the option to load either vista or w7. I don't want to start over if i don't have to.

I'm confused at what the upgrade disc really does, and why i can't delete the old system. Do i need some of the vista files on the sdd in order to get w7 to install properly-or is a clean install, a clean install? Anyway, is it possible to still savlage my install by making the ssd a "system" disc? Move some files form the old drive (vista) over to the new drive? . Something!

I've never had this issue before loading a new os to a single drive. I'm not sure if it is the ssd, the upgrade method being used, the way i set-up the new drive, or my advancing age that is the root cause of my problem.


Posted On: 2010-02-22 . View Related Posts . . View 3 Replies .

Re-installing Student Upgrade Version

I am planning to upgrade my motherboard and cpu very soon. I am currently running a windows 7 home premium upgrade that i brought under the £30 student offer, i am aware this is not an oem version but i am still worried. I expect that once i have swapped out this hardware i will need to reinstall the os to prevent any issues but i am concerned that this will not be allowed as i have just an 'upgrade version' key and thus a clean install will not be possible without xp or vista already on the drive. I hope that there is possibly some solution to this possible problem which means i can update my hardware, or perhaps this problem does not exist.

Posted On: 2010-04-25 . View Related Posts . . View 6 Replies .

Microsoft Office Home And Student 2007

I just bought a new dell laptop with windows 7 and microsoft office home and student, both installed by dell. When i attempt to get into word i get a message telling my that i have to insert a 25 digit product key. I then found a 25 digit product key on the cd dell provided me and made 5 attempts to type it in the message; but it tells me that it is the wrong product key. I went into help and reached a spot containing word info. It had the words "product key" listed but there were no digits following. I'm really concerned because the message also told me that i will only get 25 chances to enter the product key.

Posted On: 2010-01-27 . View Related Posts . . View 2 Replies .

Office Home And Student Edition 2007

Just purchased a toshiba laptop with windows 7, 32 bit. I downloaded and installed microsoft office home and student edition 2007. When i open excel i get a message box with stdole32. Tlb in it, i click ok and the next box says it is configuring microsoft office and then i get a box that says 'office application version does not match'. I get the same office application message when i open power-point and word. Each program allows me to enter information and save it. Why am i getting this message and how do i fix it?

Posted On: 2010-01-01 . View Related Posts . . View 4 Replies .

Student Upgrade Version Cannot Be Used For A Clean Install

I bought windows 7 student upgrade back in i believe it was december, i kept the bootable jumpdrive i made from it and the registration key. The hard drive i installed it on failed recently, so i went out and bought 2 new ones, set it up in raid, and reinstalled windows 7 as well as transferred over some of the files i keep backed up and installed all the programs i lost. Bout a week later i realized i never activated it, and upon doing so received the error that the student upgrade version cannot be used for a clean install.

Now i am fairly sure i can find the original windows discs and registration numbers, however do i need to uninstall windows 7, install the old windows, just to reinstall windows 7 and all of the programs again? (Took me an entire weekend so i think you could see why i don't wish to do this) or is there a way of showing that i have a previous version without needing to go through the hoops of uninstalling everything.


Posted On: 2010-06-03 . View Related Posts . . View 2 Replies .

Student Installation Disk Isnt Compatible

I have recently purchased a student version of windows 7 dvd. I currently have windows xp home. When i try to install the student version i get a  "installation disk isn't compatible with your version of windows. To upgrade, you need the correct installation disc. " I tried to boot windows dvd in bios-doesn't work. And if i try to open the dvd file and setup from the dvd i get a d:setup.exe is not a valid win32 application. Is this a bad windows copy or i have something wrong with my windows xp

Posted On: 2010-01-05 . View Related Posts . . View 2 Replies .

Install Student Version Of Win7 To New Hard Drive

My hard drive crashed and i don't have the installation disk for windows xp. So i have decided to upgrade to windows 7. Would i be able to download the student version of windows 7 to my new hard drive that i just bought? It doesn't have an operating system on it.

Posted On: 2009-12-15 . View Related Posts . . View 6 Replies .

Student Purchase / Invalid Product Key Error

My old desktop running windows xp died recently, so when building my new system today i took advantage of the offer for students to buy a new license for windows 7 through digital river. I purchased a license for windows 7 64 professional, downloaded it on my laptop and burned the iso to a dvd. After i windows from this dvd onto the new system, i received an error message when trying to activate the product that my key was invalid. I have checked my key several times and i am sure that i am entering it correctly.

Looking through the support center website (i tried calling tech support but there was no one on the line at this hour) it appears my problem is consistent with that of trying to use an upgrade license key instead of a full version license key. However, according to this thread, http://social. Answers.microsoft.com/forums/en-us/w7install/thread/8f22c375-aa0c-4825-ab4c-1a2b7f669f04the version i purchased should be the full version. I do own an install cd for windows xp from my old machine, and since the machine is no longer in use i should be able to use the product key to install windows xp on this machine, but it seems excessive to reinstall an old os in order to use a new one which i was under the impression that i owned a full version of. Is there an easy solution, or do i need to buy an expensive license for the full version of windows 7 to install it on my new machine?


Posted On: 2010-01-06 . View Related Posts . . View 4 Replies .

Activations License Through Campus / School Student Option Programs

How many activations do i get with a license through the campus and school agreements student option or select license for academics student select volume licensing programs? I am thinking about getting a copy of windows 7 professional upgrade from www.Journeyed.com since my kids school is authorized. When i clicked on the installation instructions at this page: http://www.Journeyed.com/item/microsoft/windows+7/76681473lars?Show=overview, it stated "important: the license and product key included with this program is a single activation upgrade key. " It seems obvious with the way this was worded, but what happens if my hd crashes or i want to upgrade their computer. Am i stuck having to purchase another copy, or is this saying that it is only one license?

Posted On: 2009-11-16 . View Related Posts . . View 2 Replies .

Product Key Invalid Student Version Of Office 2007

If any microsoft representative could help me on this, it would be great. I purchased the student version of office 2007 2 years or so ago. My laptop's motherboard got fried a week ago and i got a new laptop now. Using the trial version, i want to activate it  using the product key from my office 2007 student version. When i enter the product key it says: the key is incorrect. Verify that you have the correct key, and then retype it. What should i do about this. I don't wanna pay for another key. Can't afford anything right now.

Posted On: 2010-05-24 . View Related Posts . . View 3 Replies .

Office Home & Student 2007 Automatic Updates Are Not Working

I am at a loss as to what to do. I recently downloaded microsoft office home & student 2007 which seems to be fine. The problem is, the automatic updates are not working. After searching online, i did the start>run>winver and it says i have service pack 3. Then i went to control panel under add/remove programs and although it is listed, there is no indication that it is actually installed.

I can remember a year or so ago having issues with sp3 when i tried to upgraded to ie8 so "i think" i removed it. Probably shouldn't have done that!  But ie8 worked fine once i removed it.microsoft says we will no longer receive automatic updates to sp2 in june so we need to upgrade to sp3. Well, i just don't know what i have on my computer at this point!

Anyway, now i get these failure messages on the updates for the office:

The 2007 microsoft office suite service pack 2 (sp2)

Update for the 2007 microsoft office system (kb967642)

Security update for the 2007 microsoft office system (kb951944)

Security update for microsoft office 2007 (kb951550)

So i thought i would go in and download sp2. But i wasn't sure if microsoft .net framework 2. 0 service pack 2 actually meant i have sp2 installed or not. And i got myself in such a pickle last year i don't want to take any chances again. I'm sorry this is such a long message. I tried to do print screens to attach more info but that didn't work. Let me know what else you may need.

I have found additional information. Looking into my update history for the automatic updates, all 4 of these failed updates have the same error code which is: 0x80070663. I don't know if that info helps to solve this problem or not but there it is.


Posted On: 2010-05-01 . View Related Posts . . View 4 Replies .

Student Programs Funded Free Copies Activation Problem

I'm a student at the university of washington, and recently student programs funded free copies of windows 7 ultimate and office 2010 pro. The faq on the uw's site for this specifically states that you can install both of these programs on all of the computers you own. However, having upgraded first my main laptop from windows 7 home premium to ultimate 64 but, then doing the same on my netbook (but 32 bit) resulted in windows telling me that the activation code provided by my school cannot be used to activate windows on the second computer (the netbook). I do have my operating disc for the netbook, but have no external optical drive to do a fresh install of windows on it. So this is a problem. Can anyone help me out?

Posted On: 2010-08-13 . View Related Posts . . View 9 Replies .