Quote: Originally Posted by hon
I have a 32-bit Windows 7 and wish to upgrade to 64-bit.
I use the official Windows7 USB DVD Download Tool to create the USB bootdisk. My problem is that if I create the USB bootdisk with 32-bit Installation disk then it fine. But when I create the 64-bit Installation disk it give me error of something "bootsec could not be run", I have even try using administrator privilege.
How do I create a 64-bit USB install disk using 32-bit system?
Hello hon the problem you are having is explained below.
and this tutorial for creating a USB Windows 7 Installation Key Drive
will explain the process in detail.
You either have to create a 64 bit USB bootable install disk on another computer running 64 bit Windows 7 or re-install Widows 7 on your computer using the 64 bit disk first, then create a 64 bit USB bootable disk after installation.