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Windows 7: How to remove 1 of 2 OS(2 windows 7) from bios.

07 Feb 2017   #1
Cretu Alexandru

Windows 7 x32
How to remove 1 of 2 OS(2 windows 7) from bios.

Hello everyone!
In front of me I have the error 0xc000035a "Attempting to load a 64-bit application, however this CPU is not compatible with 64-bit mode". A friend of mine tried to install windows 7, and both times he installed windows 7 x64 bit. How can I remove one, or both of them. I can only access bios. I would be more then happy if i can done this without formatting.
Thanks a lot!

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07 Feb 2017   #2

win 8 32 bit

Welcome to the forum you will have to boot a install DVD delete all partitions during the install of a new windows
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07 Feb 2017   #3
Cretu Alexandru

Windows 7 x32

Thanks for your replay!
Please make me to understand... I have to make a DVD/USB and I have to delete all my data form PC? I have to format everything? It's the only solution?
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07 Feb 2017   #4

Windows 7 Pro x64 Windows 10 Pro x64

How could he install 64 bit if the cpu is not 64 bit capable ?

Just use a Live Linux Distro to rescue your data, then format the entire drive, and install Windows 7 32 Bit.

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If you need to download a fresh iso file to create a new install dvd, just let us know what version and language you want and we`ll post the Microsoft link.
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07 Feb 2017   #5

Win-7-Pro64bit 7-H-Prem-64bit

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08 Feb 2017   #6
Cretu Alexandru

Windows 7 x32

Hi everyone, thanks a lot!
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