Upgrading to 64-bit Windows 7 without losing data?

  danetello2 15:56 09 Feb 11
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I have currently got an old 320GB hard drive with Windows 7 32-bit installed. I would like to upgrade to 64-bit, but at the same time I don't want to lose all my files, settings, drivers etc. Is there any way to upgrade and still keep all the settings, drivers and files?

  danetello2 16:26 09 Feb 11

Is it possible to also keep the programs with that program?

  john bunyan 17:37 09 Feb 11

I would think in two parts: 1 Programmes etc. These have o be loaded from original discs. You may need new drivers anyway for some programmes and hardware. 2. Data you hace generated ("My Documents" - Word, Music Photos etc. . These can be copied to a USB HD then imported to the new set up. I would do this anyway as a back uo just in case.

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