Windows 7 Upgrade Scenarios: Upgrade from 32-bit Windows Vista/XP to 64-bit Windows 7

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  1. News

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    Here's another common Windows 7 upgrade need: Going from a 32-bit Windows Vista/XP version to a 64-bit Windows 7 version.

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    I did it in the same way as the article recommended - Custom, after booting from the 64-bit disc. I let my first install (I did all three home computers over the weekend) create a Windows.old directory, the second and third I just formatted the intended install partition. All activated fine - used the $149 3-pack family upgrade tp Win7 Premium - a great deal if you have three PC's to upgrade...
     

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