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Hello Thebza, welcome to the Seven Forums.
You can not in-place upgrade a 32-bit operating system to a 64-bit, so if you want to use 64-bit Windows 7, you need to do a clean install.
Clean install is always faster and easier, but not necessary the better alternative (yes, I know: I belong to the minority here!), although it quite often is that. If you even consider to do an in-place upgrade, read this first: A simple guide to a successful in-place upgrade
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