|08 Apr 2012||#3|
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upgrade 32 to 64
When you are done your prferrences and docs will all be there along with your programs. Some of the programs may need to be re-installed but it works fine. Get the software and so.
The best 2nd option is to create a new partition and do a clan install of 64 bit (dual boot) and migrate over stuff (programs) as you need them.
I prefer option 1. I have used it several times including XP sp3 32 to Windows 7 u 64 bit THE IMPOSSIBLE is possible..
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