win7 7048 x64 question...

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  1. go2gm

    go2gm MDL Novice

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    #1 go2gm, Mar 5, 2009
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    can l replace the win7 7000 x32 with win7 7048 x64 ON a dual boot with winxp x32, or i must delete the win7 x32 first?
    (it's a core2 e4600 with 2g memory)
    thanks.
     
  2. win7

    win7 MDL Senior Member

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    yes you can.
     
  3. go2gm

    go2gm MDL Novice

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    ????

    do i just overwrite the win7 7000 x32 with the win7 7048 x64?
     
  4. PrEzi

    PrEzi MDL Addicted

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    Just copy your sensible data to other disk, then wipe the 7000 x32 disk with the built-in format function from the 7048 installer.
    The 7048 will then install on the disc and replace the 7000 x32 in the boot-loader.
     
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  5. Gyrxiur

    Gyrxiur MDL Junior Member

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    You can't upgrade between platforms (x86/x64). If you have same platform, than you can.
     
  6. smhmily

    smhmily MDL Novice

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    just overwrite the 32-bit,and that will ok,i thank
     
  7. win7

    win7 MDL Senior Member

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    Thats not what he is asking.

    He just wants to dual boot x86 and x64 which is no problem.