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11 Jan 2011   #
FerchogtX

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 64-bit Build 7600 / Microsoft Windows XP Professional SP3
 
 

It's quite impressive how you get that amount of disk used... maybe you are using a x86 version of Seven, but my lappy and desk had around that without nothing installed... maybe because I installed a x64 version of Seven on each...

Seems to take a bit long to get this acomplisshed... personally, I just preffer to backup everythng (as I did on my old XP install) and do a clean install of Seven... but honestly, is a great method for people that doesn't want or don't have the way to backup everything and want just to upgrade.

Great tutorial man, was very nformative

See ya!!!
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