Updating windows vista 34 to 64
Also said to clean install if going from a 32-bit to a 64-bit, but no instructions really on how to do that with this particular scenario.
You may suffer some broken limbs if I catch you doing that.1.) Your computer can run Windows 7 x64.2.) You can purchase a Windows 7 x64 upgrade DVD/license (at the reduced cost).3.) You will need to perform a clean installation (wipe everything and start from scratch) since you cannot directly upgrade/convert from 32-bit to 64-bit operating systems (or vice versa).4.) You will not need a BIOS update.5.) Aside from being able to use more than 4GB of RAM, you likely will not notice much of a benefit unless those multimedia applications are available in 64-bit versions.32-bit versions will work, but see little/no performance boost.6.) Each copy of Windows 7 will include both 32-bit and 64-bit DVDs, so you can choose to 'convert' now or down the road.You can select Do not check for updates if you wish to check for updates post upgrade process.Step 4: Accept the license agreement (I accept the license agreement) and click Next to continue the procedure.
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32-bit versions will work, but see little/no performance boost.-----------Don't forget you reduce the likelihood of viruses damaging the system files of a 64-bit OS, because of "Data Execution Prevention" (DEP) or "NX" (No Execution).respond to a 3 year old post but yes, that is EXACTLY what must be done.