Windows 7 reinstall


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Hello to evryone ,
i Got Windows 7 ultimate edition 32bit

and i download now 64bit fro here

how i install , and i will get wb problems? ( got only 1 LAPTOP)
 
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It is important you back up all your data to an external drive. And make sure you have the product license before you format the drive. I would also go to the laptop manufacturers website and download all the W7 64-bit drivers for your computer .... if they do not have 64-bit drivers then I would not recommend you install 64-bit.
 
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It is important you back up all your data to an external drive. And make sure you have the product license before you format the drive. I would also go to the laptop manufacturers website and download all the W7 64-bit drivers for your computer .... if they do not have 64-bit drivers then I would not recommend you install 64-bit.
ohhh i got Samsung R540 mybe you know something about this Pc?
i wanna play games and the 32 gived me 3GBRAM...
 
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There is a Samsung R540 in the USA but I do not know if it is the same version as in your country. The US version I linked with does support 32 or 64bit. Most of the drivers include both versions but there is a driver specific to the 64-bit video. If your support is the same then you would want to download the 64-bit drivers and the drivers that are 32 & 64-bit combined. Put them on a CD or flash drive so you have them if needed for the installation or just after installation if you cannot connect to the internet.
 

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