My current PC, which has Windows XP professional 32-bit installed, is dying. I have begun ordering hardware for my new rig from Newegg. I am a college student and recently found out that I can get a student discount from Microsoft on a Windows Vista upgrade. Can a 32-bit version of XP be upgraded to a 64-bit version of Vista? If so, what’s the best way to do so? I know I will have to call Microsoft for a new XP keycode, as my hardware will be entirely different, but I’ve gone through that process before.
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