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Is anyone aware of an inplace upgrade of window Version   6.0.6002 Service Pack 2 Build 6002? I really need to keep the system intact but reach more then 32 Gig memory
I am running Hper-V with 4 virtuals. The software did not come with DISM .

Thanks in advance
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Thank you I did see this but I was not sure my version was 2008 standard. It does not show it any of the places I checked.
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Hi,

open a cmd shell.
type wmic
this opens WMI interactive shell

now just type os

the information you are after is in the caption field

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Thank but that is what I did prior. I am going to have to assume it is 2008 standard
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