I recently sent my pc in for repairs after a lightning strike, and when it returned I found that the guy I had sent it to had installed a 32 bit version of Windows 7 and given me 4gb RAM (-_-) This seems quite restrictive, and I'd rather have a 64 bit version in case I want to install more RAM later on.
I want to install the 64 bit version (I can get the disc from a friend), but I can't get hold of my serial key.
Is there a way for me to obtain the serial key used to install Win 7 ENTERPRISE? I've tried a few key finders (MagicalJellyBean and WinGuggle), but neither are able to give me the key. I get BBBBB-BBBBB-BBBBB-BBBBB-BBBBB from MagicalJellyBean and "Serial Key is not available" from WinGuggle.
Don't see why you can't view your own Licence...Get Belarc Advisor http://www.belarc.com/free_download.html
Gives you a view of everything on your machine...inc licences. But that would only allow you to load the same version of Windows in 64bit format...
Sounds illegal to me, W7 Enterprise needs a KMS server or MAK key to be activated. I suggest you go back to shop and demand a legal version of W7 Home x64 and get the product key documentation or report his ass to Microsoft, as they sometimes give out replacements.