Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium w/ Service Pack 1 - 64-bit DVD (OEM)

CCL Code: SFT0066
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Manufacturer Code: GFC-02733
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Manufacturer: Microsoft
Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium w/ Service Pack 1 - 64-bit DVD (OEM)

Key Features:

  • CCL Computers recommends Windows 10 for better support and performance on the latest hardware.

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Overview

Windows 7 Home Premium makes it easy to create a home network and share all of your favorite photos, videos, and music. You can even watch, pause, rewind, and record TV. Get the best entertainment experience with Windows 7 Home Premium.

Features

  • Simplify your PC with new navigation features like Aero Shake, Jump Lists, and Snap
  • Customize Windows to look and feel the way you like by changing themes and taskbar programs
  • Setting up a home network and connecting to printers and devices is easier than ever
  • Windows 7 Home Premium supports the latest hardware and software
  • Designed to make your PC sleep and resume quicker
  • Connecting to wireless networks is fast and easy
  • Watch, pause, rewind, and record TV with Windows Media Center
  • Watch your favorite DVD movies
  • Includes integrated video and Dolby audio codecs

OEM Software Product Information: This product is an OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) package, and the licence governing the installation and use may not convey the same rights as a full retail package. OEM product packages may not contain the same printed documentation or bundled software and hardware which forms part of the full retail package. Prospective purchasers should make themselves aware of any such restrictions before purchasing.

Licensing

User Licences 1 licence/s
Barcode 885370721027

Physical

Form Factor Software

System

Operating System Windows 7 Home Premium

Warranty

Warranty 1 Year

Item Details

Manufacturer Microsoft
Manufacturer Code GFC-02733
UPC 885370258509
Condition New

Warranty Information

Warranty 1 Year

Manufacturer Information

Manufacturer Microsoft
Manufacturer Code GFC-02733

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Q: My pc is currently running at 32 bit,can i use this 64 bit OS on my computer?
Answer by Website User on 15th August 2015
Provided your hardware supports 64-Bit Operating Systems, this should work fine. -Jake
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Q: After a bit of careless faffing around on my computer, I have compressed/vanished the bootmgr. One of the fixes I've found is to use a Windows 7 disc to repair this issue, maybe a daft question but will I be able to use this disc for that purpose, and repair my computer with it?
Answer by Website User on 29th June 2015
As long as you're doing a repair on the same version, that is 64 bit Windows 7 Home Premium with Service Pack 1 then yes it should work fine as a recovery disc, it is possible that it might not be able to repair the problem however. -Danlevan
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Q: I installed the software onto my pc, but there was no product key with it? can someone please help me out
Answer by Website User on 26th February 2015
The license key will be inside the packaging, on a sticker attached to the blue cardboard disc sleeve. -Danlevan
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Q: Hi, I was just wondering if this is an actual boot-able windows installation disk?
Answer by Dan on 25th November 2014
Yes, this software comes with the Windows installation disc. -Danlevan
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Q: Can i change the language from English to Portuguese when installing the windows 7?
Answer by Website User on 8th September 2014
You can, yes. -Danlevan
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Q: Do you get a product key with this that i can affix to the side of the computer? Can i install this on a computer i built myself?
Answer by Matthew on 7th August 2014
The answer to both of these questions is yes. -MR
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Q: Does this work with a Latitude E5520m, Processor, T6670, 2.2, 2MB, Core Penryn, 2C, R0 2x DUAL IN-LINE MEMORY MODULE, 2GB, 1333MHZ, 256X64, 8K, 204; 250GB HDD?
Answer by Website User on 15th May 2014
Yes, this should work fine with that spec system. -Danlevan
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Q: I borrowed and installed windows 7 home premium 64-bit from my partner and it seemed to work at first. Now my system keeps crashing (blue screen of death). When I look at the system screen on my computer it says I have 17 days to activate windows. Am I right in thinking I need to purchase my own copy and will this solve the instability?
Answer by Dan on 12th May 2014
The crashing could be any number of things, but you would require your own Windows license for the system. -Danlevan
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Answer by Website User on 12th May 2014
Ok many thanks....I've just ordered windows 7 from you. Incidentally the error messages when it crashes are mainly 'memory management' and 'bad header pool'. I'll install the OS when it arrives and see if that solves it
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Q: Hi I have read on he the internet that the OEM disk can only be installed on one machine. However I installed it on my laptop and pc.
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Q: Hi I have read on he the internet that the OEM disk can only be installed on one machine. However I installed it on my laptop and pc.
Answer by Matthew on 8th May 2014
The disc can be used to install to as many machines as you like, however the activation key can only be used on one system at a time. -MR
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Q: How does this come packaged?
Answer by Website User on 24th April 2014
This comes in an OEM cardboard sleeve with the DVD in a wallet inside. -Danlevan
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Q: Is this Windows 7 a proper disc
Answer by Dan on 18th March 2014
Yes, this is a genuine Microsoft disc. -Danlevan
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Q: does this come with more then a once use key because i want to use it on this pc and then my new one when i built it.
Answer by Dan on 24th January 2014
No, the OEM license key would be tied to the first machine it is installed on and is not transferrable. -Danlevan
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Q: Hi can you advise if this is an upgrade or a full version. Thanks.
Answer by Richard on 28th October 2013
This is the full version, not the upgrade. -* RH
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Q: Can I simply upgrade the existing Windows Vista system with Windows 7 without loseing my programmes and files? If so... which version will I need?.... thanks.
Answer by CCL on 18th September 2013
To achieve this, you would have to go through the files backup process provided by Microsoft - http://windows.microsoft.com/en-GB/windows7/help/upgrading-from-windows-vista-to-windows-7#T1=tab01 -* RH
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Q: Is this OEM version of Windows 7 suitable and legal to install on my 2011 Mac Mini via BootCamp or do I need to buy the full retail version?
Answer by CCL on 31st August 2013
Yes, this will work just fine. The only real differences between OEM and retail versions are that you have to purchase either 32 or 64 bit with OEM while retail comes with both discs so that you can choose, and that OEM is tied to the machine that it is first activated on and retail allows you to reactivate the license on a different machine if you were to choose to move it. -Danlevan
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Q: The description isn't very clear: is this a digital download, or a solid copy?
Answer by Website User on 4th May 2014
It is a physical disc.
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Q: The description isn't very clear: is this a digital download, or a solid copy?
Answer by CCL on 4th April 2013
This copy of Windows comes with a disk, it is a solid copy. -Jake
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Q: I'm going to build a brand new PC for Gaming. I need an operating system for it and I am interested in this one. I am ordering all the parts from CCL. I have all the other parts sorted apart from the operating system. Would I be able to use this one without previously having an operating system on the machine? If not, what would you recommend? Thanks, Tom.
Answer by CCL on 12th March 2013
Yes, this software is designed for installation on a new system and does not require an existing Windows installation. -Danlevan
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Q: I'm after a copy of Windows 7 to install as a downgrade from a Samsung all-in-one currently running Windows 8. Would this be suitable? I'm a little concerned that there will be issues with it as it's an OEM piece of software
Answer by CCL on 19th February 2013
An OEM copy of Windows is a license to install on a single machine, and would not take your existing Windows 7 license from the system into account but should work just fine. -Danlevan
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Q: I am wanting to upgrade from 32-bit Vista to 64-bit 7, but the "OEM package" is sort of throwing me off from buying this. What is the difference between this version and the retail? Are there restrictions to its use, other than the 1 license which I understand. Currently I have 2 hard drives, one is just the OS and the other is my data storage, so a clean install on my current OS hd wouldn't be an issue for me at all without it effecting my data hd, I am right in thinking that? To be fair my main query is the "OEM" descriptor as I want it for my current pc not a new build. Thanks in advance
Answer by CCL on 31st January 2013
Going from 32bit to 64bit requires a fresh install and it cannot be upgraded. The Windows 7 64bit OEM (Original Equipment Manufacture) is licensed for one machine only whereas the retail version contains both 32 and 64bit disk. You will be fine using the OEM version in your machine. Regards, Mike
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Q: I have two tower desktop PC's running XP. I would like to upgrade (clean install?) both to Wndows7 64 bit. I would like to network them both (using one for storage) with my Acer laptop running the same OS. I bought the Laptop and one of the towers from CCL. Is there a multi license version (do I need it?) of the OS. Thanks Ray (Birtall West Yorks)
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Q: I have two tower desktop PC's running XP. I would like to upgrade (clean install?) both to Wndows7 64 bit. I would like to network them both (using one for storage) with my Acer laptop running the same OS. I bought the Laptop and one of the towers from CCL. Is there a multi license version (do I need it?) of the OS. Thanks Ray (Birtall West Yorks)
Answer by CCL on 28th January 2013
Unfortunately, we do not have mutli-licence windows available, Usually, multi packs comes with a minimum of 3 and as you only need 2, it would be cheaper to buy 2 OEM versions than a multi-pack. Regards, Mike
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Q: I want to upgrade an old 32 bit XP machine. Does this disc also contain the 32 bit S/W? Does the license also work for 32 bit install? If not, do you sell a 32 bit Windows 7?
Answer by CCL on 14th January 2013
This is the 64bit windows 7 and does not come with the 32bit version, that is available under SFT0067. Please run the Windows 7 Advisor from microsoft to make sure your old XP machine is compatible with windows 7. Regards, Mike
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Q: Will this version of windows 7 work on a laptop, or do I have to purchase a different version? Thanks
Answer by CCL on 7th November 2012
Yes, this will work fine on a laptop. -Danlevan
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Q: Hi, I have a system which originally had Vista on and I did an upgrade to Windows 7 32bit. The upgrade package I have has a 64bit disc with it, is there anyway I can `upgrade` this version of Windows 7 to 64bit ? My system spec says that the PC is an ACPI x86-based PC. if not, is there any software that CCL offer to make this happen ?
Answer by CCL on 7th September 2012
You can't upgrade a 32-bit installation to a 64-bit unfortunately. The license key will work for 64-bit, but this would need to be done as a clean installation, and not the upgrade from an existing 32-bit install. If your processor is x86, your system will not be able to run 64-bit Windows. -Danlevan
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Q: does this OEM copy include the upgrade for windows 8 for £15 when it is available?
Answer by CCL on 13th August 2012
Microsoft's offer is only for systems bought with Windows 7 preinstalled. If we sell you a computer with this copy of Windows installed, it will be elegible, but if you were buying this separately and installing it yourself would not. -Danlevan
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Q: Does this copy of Windows 7 include a new usable Licence?
Answer by CCL on 21st July 2012
Yes, each copy of Windows comes with a full license. -Danlevan
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Q: I have recently got a new motherboard for my computer along with processor and graphics card will i be able to use this to re-install windows as i have already used this to install windows once?
Answer by CCL on 6th July 2012
This generally would have Windows recognise you as having a new computer so may not activate. You would need to contact Microsoft to see about reactivating it. -Danlevan
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Q: Having purchased this OS for a complete system and 32Gb of memory, it only allows use of 16Gb. Is it true that the Home Premium 64-bit edition limits memory to 16Gb only. If this is the case, why is it not clearly stated anywhere on your website (eg. in the memory section)?
Answer by Website User on 26th July 2012
Having checked this out myself it is indeed true that Win 7 64-bit Home Edition will only see 16Gb or ram. To be able to use more than 16Gb you would need the Pro, Enterprise or Ultimate editions that allow up to 192Gb.
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Q: I am thinking of buying a new netbook which comes with home premium, Obviously it doe not have a dvd fitted. Can I use this new OS to upgrade my desktop computer which currently runs on XP or would i have to buy a seperate dvd version to upgrade my desktop computer? If this is not possible,would any work/files done on the netbook be a problem for the desk top running XP?.
Answer by CCL on 25th June 2012
The software licence on the netbook would be none transferable and you would be required to buy a new copy of windows to upgrade your current system. However upgrading from xp to windows 7 will not retain any of your existing files or programs as it will need a clean install. Any files or folders created in xp will work on windows 7 and visa versa.
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Q: Hi, I have a computer using a AMD Athlon™ 64 X2 Dual-Core Processor, can I use this 64 bit operating system on it. I assume with 64 in the title it would but I wanted to be sure.
Answer by CCL on 30th May 2012
That is indeed correct, the Athlon 64 is a 64-bit processor so will work fine with 64-bit Windows. -Danlevan
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Q: For budgetary reasons I need to rebuild my PC in steps rather than all at once. My preference is to get an SSD and install Windows 7 64-bit on that as a first stage, then in a month or two get new motherboard and CPU so I can have more memory. Will the OEM licence allow that?
Answer by CCL on 6th April 2012
I would not recommend doing it this way around, as the OEM license will recognise the new motherboard and processor as being installed on a new system, and likely not allow you to reactivate. This can also cause issues with Windows when massively changing hardware and a clean install on the new equipment is always recommended. -Danlevan
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Q: Hi- I have an Acer Aspire 5535 laptop with a AMD Turion x2 64 processor in it, would this 64 bit version work on it? I am looking to upgrade from Vista but want the full version not the upgrade. Thanks
Answer by CCL on 6th April 2012
Yes, this version of Windows should run fine on your laptop. -Danlevan
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Q: Hello does this W7 O/S come with a COA sticker
Answer by CCL on 2nd April 2012
Yes a COA sticker is provided with this copy of windows. Usually found on the plastic CD/dvd case.
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Q: Hi there i have an iMac mid 2011 i don't know whether to buy the 64bit or 32bit version, or does only one version work on a mac,
Answer by CCL on 12th March 2012
The mid 2011 iMac uses a 64 bit processor, so both will work though I would recommend 64 bit so that it can take full use of the memory. -Danlevan
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Q: I have a new pc with no o/s, can I easily install this?
Answer by CCL on 18th January 2012
Yes if the computer does not have windows already installed just put the disc in the drive and follow the on screen instructions. If you already have windows installed then you just need to make sure that your optical drive is first in your boot options, you will need to check your bios for this.
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Q: With the above installed, if I upgrade at a later date [graphic card, memory, etc] will the OEM version allow me to do this?
Answer by Dan on 17th January 2012
Yes, you will be able to upgrade your computer with this version of Windows.
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Q: Guys, is this a full version and not an upgrade version? Just bout a new build pc with no operating system and will need one ( thought I could buy one cheaper as a student) but only upgrade versions are available
Answer by CCL on 16th December 2011
This is a full version of Windows. It is supplied OEM, so without retail packaging or instructions, but comes with a DVD and license key.
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Q: Am I aloud to use this if i am just building one PC for myself or will I need to buy a non-OEM version?
Answer by CCL on 9th December 2011
You are fine to use the OEM License for Windows.
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Q: Hello hope you can help have windows7 32bit installed would like to install windows7 64 bit for running fsx .Which package to I buy, and will I lose all my stuff/files
Answer by CCL on 6th December 2011
You will need to purchase a new copy of windows that is 64bit and perform a new install of windows as you cannot upgrade an existing windows install from 32bit to 64bit or visa versa. As you will be doing a new install you will need to backup any data that you need as it will be lost.
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