System Manufacturer/Model Number Homebuilt OS windows 7 32 CPU Intel C2Q E8400 Quad @ 2.93 Motherboard Asus P5Q Memory G.Skill 4gb DDR2 800(PC2 6400) Graphics Card nVidia GTX 460 1gb Sound Card Asus Xonar PCI Monitor(s) Displays Samsung T260 Screen Resolution 1920X1200 32
Keyboard Microsoft 6000 Mouse MicroSoft 5000 PSU Corsair 650TX Case Lian Li Cooling Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Hard Drives Kingston V+ 128gb SSD (OS)
Seagate 500gb SATA Internet Speed Cable Other Info Samsung DVD-RW
Cambridge 4.1 speakers
Hauppauge HVR-950 USB Tuner
Hope that you have a good stay here on SF. Yes you can if your hardware is capable of it. You can keep your xp install intact and install another version of win 7 with no problems. Hope this has helped, lm
System Manufacturer/Model Number Gateway GT5692 OS Windows 7 Ulti. x64 CPU AMD Phenom 8450 triple-core 2.10 ghz Memory 4GB Graphics Card ATI Radion HD 3200 Monitor(s) Displays Gateway FPD1775W Screen Resolution 1280x720
You can also Triple boot, install Windows 7 x64 (if your system allows) andwhen ask select a NEW CLEAN Partition. just like you installed Windows 7 x86. Only now you can pick and choose which OS to boot into...
Then you can compare Windows 7 x86 and Windows 7 x64. simply by rebooting an pick.
Now before I reboot I simply start -> msconfig -> select boot -> and check the OS I want default. it then says You must REBOOT before this works... Of course you want to REBOOT to your default.