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Then what Windows 7 edition do you get when upgrading from Windows 3.1?   ;]

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Garret D. Langlois
Research Technician
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service & University of Vermont
Vermont Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit
218A Aiken Center, 81 Carrigan Drive
Burlington, VT 05405



Alison Pechenick wrote:
> Not sure if this observation fits your remarks here, but please note
> that if, for some reason, a machine presently has Vista Home, you
> can't upgrade to 7 Enterprise.  Upgrade has to match existing edition.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Alison
>
> Quoting Geoffrey Duke <[log in to unmask]>:
>>
>> * A system must have some version of Windows purchased with it. Our
>> Campus
>> Agreement covers upgrades to existing Windows OS. Buying a system
>> with Linux
>> disqualifies that system, and you need to buy a Full (i.e., non-upgrade)
>> Windows license for the computer, preferably through the Microsoft
>> Select
>> program via the Computer Depot.
>>