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    PRE ORDERS - PLAY - WINDOWS 7 ADVICE

    I was going to pre order windows 7 home edition form play.com
    and i was wondering when do they charge your card?

    What versions do you get is it just 32 they sell or is 64 bit on the disk as well and you have a choice of disk and the key works for only one version.

    As i am needing to order 2 x 64 bits and 1 x 32 bit

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    Well they cant charge your card as there are no prices yet. They will just send you an email when it's available.

    Original Poster

    so does any one know how this works

    is it 32 and 54 on one disk and the disk you insert and install and then put the key then becomes registered to that version you installed

    GAVINLEWISHUKD;5748096

    Well they cant charge your card as there are no prices yet. They will … Well they cant charge your card as there are no prices yet. They will just send you an email when it's available.



    If you pr-order from tomorrow, the price for Home Premium will be £49.99.

    From what has been posted on several sites in the last few days you will get both 32 and 64 bit DVD's in the package.

    As for charging the card, I guess they shouldn't until the goods are despatched (Oct 22) but from what I have heard before all companies can have a different policy on this....

    Richierea;5749782

    From what has been posted on several sites in the last few days you will … From what has been posted on several sites in the last few days you will get both 32 and 64 bit DVD's in the package.



    But you can only install one OR the other.

    Amazon and ebuyer have aleady got this available for pre order.
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