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Windows 7: I like Windows 7

14 Jul 2011   #1

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I like Windows 7

I am new to Windows 7 and I love it, mind you I got a 32 bit system but I accidently installed 64, and It seems to handlr it ok so far... I am thinking my computer was origanally a 64 bit, but had 32 bit vista installed.... I got the Ultimate Premium and I like all the Bells and Whistles...... It seems to handle media files better than vista.

I have a Acer Laptop with only 150gb hd and I dont have a dvd burner, so I propose to get a internal HD500gb from ebay 20bucks there abouts and get a dvd burner around the same price, I will later get another 500gb internal hd and get a SATA converter kit with USB and then I have 1tb system really cheap compared to buying a tower... I would like to know if it possible to upgrade my cpu, I got 1ntel celeron 540 1.86ghz, I know I cant get the latest, and I dont want the latest, just a miodel or few up from what I got.. I think the celeron is Pentium 3 I think, I am looking intop Pentium 4 2.86 ghz, I got the chip on another machine, an older machine...

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15 Jul 2011   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate 64Bit

Ultimate Premium ?????
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15 Jul 2011   #3
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Windows 7 Ultimate X64 SP1

Some laptops allow the CPU to be changed, check your documentation. With an external USB drive what you'll have is extra storage, but not a 1TB system. Most CPUs from the last few years are 64bit capable.
Celerons are not Pentiums. Mobile CPUs are different from "normal" CPUs. You'll have to check your docs again to see what CPUs are compatible with your rig.
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