Microsoft's discounted Windows 7 upgrade for students has proven to be a tough assignment for some of those who have signed up for the offer, CNET reports. The software maker is letting students download a Windows 7 upgrade for $29--a significant savings off the full shrink-wrapped copy of the new operating system. However, a number of students have reported problems when trying to download and install the new software. In a blog posting, Microsoft says it's aware of several problems. Most common is that students can't easily go from the 32-bit version of Vista to the 64-bit version of Windows...

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