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Thread: Loading 64 bit windows 7 on 32 bit Partition drive




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    Default Loading 64 bit windows 7 on 32 bit Partition drive

    Hi I have windows 7-32 bit on a 350gb hard drive it is partitioned in to two drives one is C: 250gb and the other is G: 100gb this is for my back ups and file backups.
    I am getting a new mobo and will need to do a clean install on the 250 partition to 64bit after installing will the new os see the 32bit G: drive and can I use the files from it?
    Thanks

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    Default Re: Loading 64 bit windows 7 on 32 bit Partition drive

    i dont see why not,you may have incompatibility issues with some programs running 32bit instead of 64bit? but you can run in winxp or vista mode if needed
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