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Transfering Windors 7 from HDD to SSD - Do I need install disk?
Later today I plan to follow this SSD - Install and Transfer the Operating System guide to transfer my Windows 7 32bit operating system from my HDD to a new 60gb SSD.
My only concern is that I don't have a windows 7 install disk, are they necessary for this method to work? I rashly purchased a windows 7 64bit upgrade hoping to do a clean install (using one of the work around methods for upgrade as full install) but after a few hours figured out you cannot use the upgrade download to go from 32 to 64bit. As a result I have no disk (old purchase) and the wrong upgrade download. If anyone could let me know whats required for the transfer that would be great.
Thanks, apprecaite the time.
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