Quote: Originally Posted by davehc
64 bit over 32 bit?
No more disk space?
Unless I missed something, Win 7 upgrades 32-bit to 32-bit and doesn't provide an option to go from 32-bit to 64-bit in an upgrade situation. (MSFT never did allow upgrading from 32-bit to 64-bit and I don't think Windows 7 will be any different)
Plenty of disk space. Removed the couple programs it didn't like in the upgrade advisor.
It's a Dell Optiplex GX270 (old P4 2.8Ghz) which is common hardware, no special hardware requirements there. Heck, I loaded Windows 7 on a new Dell Studio 1737 laptop the other day with the latest and greatest hardware and the install went flawlessly.
I'm sure there's a log to be found somewhere ... I see Windows 7 left behind a couple of big fat "$" temp directories after the rollback.