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98-349: MTA: Windows Operating System Fundamentals : Module 1: Introducing, Installing, and Upgrading Windows 7 :
Identifying Upgrade Paths
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Although doing a new installation of Windows 7 is almost always the best plan, you might prefer to
perform an in-place upgrade on your computer. Before you attempt any in-place upgrade to
Windows 7, perform the following tasks:
- Ensure that a valid, working backup exists of all important data and other files stored on your
- Ensure that your hardware meets the requirements discussed previously in the "Windows 7
Hardware Requirements" section of this chapter.
- Run the Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor to verify that your hardware and software environment is
ready for an upgrade. Take special note of any software issues, such as drivers needing updates
for Windows 7. Be sure to print a copy of the Upgrade Advisor’s final report so you’ll have it
handy after the Windows 7 upgrade installation has completed.
Windows 7 supports only a few in-place upgrade paths, and only for Vista (32-bit to 32-bit only, and
64-bit to 64-bit only):
- Windows Vista Home Premium to Windows 7 Home Premium
- Windows Vista Business to Windows 7 Professional
- Windows Vista Ultimate (or Enterprise) to Windows 7 Ultimate (or Enterprise)
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