Just bought me a Windows 7 Home Premium to replace my trusted (hmm!) old Windows 2000 Prof.
My current ironware is an Intel Core Duo E6300 (1.86GHz) w 2GB DDR2 from spring 2007.
I'm planning to upgrade my workstation to at least 4GB RAM letting me comfortably run Virtualbox, Sandboxie and maybe also a compressible RAM disk.
Now with Intel Sandy Bridge LGA1155 motherboards coming out in January and Asus, Gigabyte et al probably skipping legacy BIOS for UEFI I was thinking if you forumistas recommend me postponing installing Windows 7/64bit until I've received my fortcoming LGA1155 board. Or does anyone know if it's possible to perform a migration from a BIOS PC to an UEFI based one by, for example, using Windows 7's own image backup and then creating a System Repair disc then to be used for the UEFI migration reinstall?
I can't seem to find any answers to such a kind of hardware migration...