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how to upgrade windows 7 home premium to windows 7 volume edition

Posted on 2010-11-08
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Hello Every one,

                            I bought a new Asus Laptop and it came with home premium windows 7, from my work my boss has given me volume windows 7 professional DVD.
I tried to install through windows anytime upgrade but there is only two options 1.purchase 2. key.

can some one help to install the windows 7 volume DVD with out key.
Thanks in advance
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Question by:sumitdass2007
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You will have to get a key from your boss. All Windows products require a key. Ask him for one. No doubt he forgot.

HTH,
Ken
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by:PowerEdgeTech
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You can use Anytime Upgrade - and I would recommend you do so, as it is by far the easiest - however whether you use Anytime Upgrade or install from scratch, you will eventually need the Product Key.
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