Can I "copy" my 64 bit windows instalation over to my new machine? Tags: Windows Laptops Windows 7 Last response: June 30, 2013 6:29 AM in Windows 7 Share CookieBook June 30, 2013 3:53:55 AM Well exactly as the title says: Can I use my laptops windows installation for my new machine or do I need to buy the €179 full version? More about : copy bit windows instalation machine Reply to CookieBook cin19 a b $ Windows 7 June 30, 2013 6:29:55 AM No, you can't. And you have to buy the new OS for the new compter. Reply to cin19 Ask the community Post an answer Related resources: ForumInstalling 64 bit over 32 Windows 7 ForumInstall windows 7 32 bit over widows 8 64bit ForumCan winwindows 7 ultimate 64bit be installed on windows xp x64 machine Forum64 bit OEM Windows 8 Install over 32 bit Win 8? ForumInstalling windows 7 64 bit on 32 bit machine ForumJust built new Windows 7 64bit machine, only posts 50% of the time. ForumStart a clean install of Windows 64 bit over 32 bit ForumCan i install windows 7 64 bit over windows 7 32 bit ForumUpgrading from 32bit to 64bit copy of Windows 8 ForumWindows 7 Ultimate 64bit fresh copy freezes randomly. ForumCan I access my old 32bit drive from a new 64bit system copy files ForumInstalling new Os (Xp Pro SP 3) over 64 bit Xp pro ForumSolvedNew Motherboard, Cant fresh re-install windows 7 64 bit. HELP! ForumSolvedGetting a new laptop, want to do a fresh install of windows 7 64bit ForumSolvedNew build for Windows 7: Do i install 32bit OS or 64 bit OS? ForumNew Build... trouble installing Windows 7 64 bit. Please Help! ForumHow can I get my Dell Dimension 5100 machine running windows 7 ultimate 64bit to support anything higher than 4 gigabytes of R ForumNew HDD windows 7 x64bit not installing showing a blank screen ForumSolvedMy hardrive broke with windows 8 installed. do I need to buy a new copy? ForumSolvedCan I have both Vista 32 bit and Windows 7 64 bit on the same machine? More resources Read discussions in other Windows 7 categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Laptops !