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how can I find out what version of Windows 7 it's installed on a hard drive that is mounted as slave?

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i have a hard drive that windows 7 crashed and I can't recall if I had 32-bit or 64-bit version of windows 7. Is there a way for me to tell when I have the drive mounted as slave?
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check folder structure on that drive
If you have just one Program files it´s 32-bit
if you have two Program files (Program files and Program files (x86)) then you have 64-bit
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Go to C:\Windows\System32 and read the "license.rtf" file

that will tell you the version
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Great, thanks!
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