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I ran Windows 7 upgrade advisor and it tells me I can install Windows 7 64 bit. However, when I attempt to install, immediately after 'Loading System files...' I get the message 'Attempting to load a 64 bit Operating System, but the CPU can only handle 32 Bit Operating Systems'. My computer is a Dell Latitude D620 Laptop. My hard drive is 80 gb with more than 50 gb free. It's currently running Win XP Pro. What I have done so far (based on reading in this forum) is: F2 during startup and enabled virtualization. In addition, I installed 4 gb ram. But it still won't install. Hopefully someone out there on this forum can help. I'm pretty low tech, so be patient. Andy
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