Discussion in 'Operating Systems' started by cockneysean, Oct 30, 2008.
Nvm.... Got it... :banana::banana::banana::banana:
Lol that was fast, it's already dead.
so, no use in keep on refreshing?
Ah, wonder how many are trying this now, F5 getting battered now, i know the more people who do what im doing, the worse it will get, but still...not stopping me, thats me up to about 25 lol
my F5 key is starting to fade. lol
I keep trying, though.
The Windows 7 CRAZE!!!
The 64-bit key was fast for me. Try that.
I know, can see me needing a new keyboard soon lol.
Yep, it is kinda funny, like someone said go here for free money.
They should put on it "The site is currently experiencing technical difficulties, please repeatedly hit F5 to make this go blank" :dead:
I just got it 35+ time on the f5 and i got her, just keep trying
Well the blog post says to just keep trying, but i got it right away so i just thought it was gone. It's probably just the load that it too much for the poor server.
Sweet got my 64bit key had 6 firefox windows open and kept refreshing hehe
And downloading ISO @ 1.2MB/s
I must've hit F5 more than 100 times already. lol
I'm trying 64-bit version alongside 32-bit to see if I have better luck.
which one's gonna be the winner?
WOOOOW!!!! how fast is that, I got the 64-Bit key in just 2 refreshes.
Now, I'd have to download the iso and 65-bit drivers. this would be the first time I install a 64-bit Windows. is it better than it's 32-bit counterpart?
Wooo, 65bit drivers
For me there is a difference between 32 and 64bit versions, but i was going from 3.5gb to 8gb ram
Yayyyy, just got mine too, even got it twice cause i had an itchy F5 finger and killed it, many tears shed, but thankfully 5 refreshes later got it again.:banana:
lol, happy typo.
so, nothing more apart from the memory limit raise in 64-bit? fair enough for me, then.
Its the "F5 Day" lol
Yeah mostly, better security too, just wish more people start writing 64bit versions of their software, IE64bit is good, but no Flash64 uke2:
Oh, and has anyone managed to activate their existing version with the key, getting this
"the product key you typed cannot be used to activate windows on this computer"
The iso's look identical though, hmmmz
I got tired of pressing F5 key to get my 32-bit key. I going to sleep. I think I even got blisters on my fingertips. no, not really.
wait a second... is it true that 64-bit keys also work for 32-bit Windows 7?
I haven't tried it so i can't confirm it, but the blog post states you can use the same key for both versions.
going on into the night now...
I activated my 64bit version using the 64bit key and its running fine so far good to hear you guys got it too.
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