Can't upgrade to 64-Bit!
I think it is time to upgrade to 64-bit, but my PC isn't letting me!
I boot from the Windows Upgrade Dish, and all goes well until I give it permission to go ahead...
Then I get a message stating that I need a genuine copy of Windows installed to upgrade.... I DO HAVE A GENUINE COPY OF WINDOWS INSTALLED, I'M FRICKIN LOOKING AT THE BOX IT CAME IN RIGHT NOW!!
So, what the hell is going on? I even reactivated Windows and tried again, and still no upgrade.. And, yes, the re-activation went through... So, what is going on here?
My Computer: eMachines T5226 - Intel Pentium D Dual Core @ 3 GHz - Diamond Viper Radeon HD3870 OC Edition with 1 GB GDDR3 VRAM - 4 GB PQi Turbo DDR2-533 RAM - Corsair 650W PSU with 52A on single rail - TSSTcorp DVD-DL+-RW combo drive - Lite-on 52x CD-RW burner - Creative SoundBlaster X-Fi XtremeGamer - Logitech z5300e speakers - WinFast TV Tuner - Vista Ultimate 64-Bit. eBay name: Flightsimboy304