Windows 7 SP1 AIO Activated (x86/x64)

Windows 7 SP1 AIO Activated (x86/x64) |WIN|ENG|2011 | 4.13GB

At an early stage you pre-load a menu where you can select the bit of the primary shell, that is what the loader will be used to install, x86 or x64. Because of this, you should not worry that the 64-bit OS can not stand up for RAID, and that users of 64-bit operating systems may be without service recovery system. For the most inquisitive: Do not attempt to install 32-bit version of the OS from the 64-bit boot - the final stage of the boot loader will throw an error and refuses to continue the installation.
- If during installation you have entered valid license key in the appropriate field, then the system will be activated by this switch to an entirely legitimate. If the field is left blank, will be used for alternative methods of activation.
- If you are installing on a computer that has a BIOS'e SLIC-table version 2.1, will involve the standard legal (almost) the means of activation, developed by Microsoft for these computers.
- If you do not have a license key and there is no SLIC-table BIOS'e, the system will be activated by a built-in assembly activator