If you receive a bootsect.exe error message, this is caused by the bootsect.exe file being missing on a 32bit installation of Windows, when trying to burn a 64-bit ISO image. To overcome this error message, we recommend burning the ISO file using Rufus: https://rufus.akeo.ie/downloads/rufus-2.9.exe
If you're running Windows Vista Home, you can upgrade to Windows 7 Home Premium without losing any files/programs. If you're running Windows Vista Business, you can upgrade to Windows 7 Professional without losing any files/programs.
Almost all programs compatible with Windows Vista, and the majority of Windows XP programs, run well in Windows 7. If a program written for an earlier version of Windows doesn’t run correctly, you can try changing the compatibility settings for the program. Many devices that work with Windows XP or Windows Vista will also work with Windows 7. To see if a program or device will work with Windows 7, visit the Windows Compatibility Center on the Microsoft Website.
To boot from a USB/DVD, make sure that the device has boot sequence priority over the hard drive in your BIOS Setting.
  • Start the computer and press ESC, F1, F2, F8 or F10 during the initial startup screen. Depending on the BIOS manufacturer, a menu may appear.
  • Choose to enter BIOS setup. The BIOS setup utility page appears.
  • Use the arrow keys to select the BOOT tab. System devices appear in order of priority.
  • To give a USB/DVD drive boot sequence priority over the hard drive, move it to the first position in the list.
  • Save and exit the BIOS setup utility.
  • The computer will restart with the changed settings and start with installation of your USB/DVD.
License keys are sent immediately after successful payment. You will receive the key(s) via email and they will also be visible on your account. If you have not received the email, please check your junk/spam folders!
If your PC has a 64-bit capable processor (CPU), you can install a 64-bit version of Windows 7, even if you're currently running a 32-bit version. However, to install a 64-bit version of Windows 7 on a computer already running a 32-bit version, you'll need to back up your files and choose the Custom option during installation. Then, you'll need to restore your files and reinstall your programs.
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Yes, you can. Please download and run the following program: Windows 7 & Windows 8-  32bit: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=616935 Windows 7 & Windows 8-  64bit: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=616936 You can check your Windows version by right clicking on My Computer or This PC in File Explorer and going to properties, and it will be listed under system type.   Run the tool and then select the upgrade your PC option. Windows 10 will start downloading, and once it's ready you'll be presented with three options: keep personal files and apps, keep personal files only, and nothing. Select the first option (keep personal files and apps) to ensure your PC upgrades and you keep your files and applications. Windows 10 will start installing and after a few reboots and customizations you'll be upgraded. If you install Windows 10 and decide you want to go back to Windows 8.1 or Windows 7 then you can safely restore by going to settings > update & security > and choose the option to go back to Windows 7 or Windows 8.1.