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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
So you want to merge those to make it as dual boot system on one harddrive, right? Try these steps:
1. Go to start, control panel
2. Performance and Maintenance
3. Administrative Tools
4. Computer Management -> expand storage, click Disk Management
5. Right Click the drive containing XP32 that you want to use, click format... Choose NTFS then make it as Extended Partition.
6. Reboot your computer and try to see by Pressing F8 if there's an option of what operating system you are going to use.
*Drop me a comment if that works or not so I can assist you further.
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
From the Autocad webiste:
System Requirements AutoCAD® Civil and AutoCAD® Civil 3D® 2009 Recommended System Requirements Recommended configuration (excluding server components used with project management capabilities):
Here's how you should be able to run it in compatibility mode:
1. Right click on the Autocad Icon in your start menu
2. click on Properties
3. click on the Compatibility tab at the top
4. check the box next to Compatibility Mode and select Vista 32 bit if it is given as an option.
I don't have Vista here, but that is how it works in XP and I did do a search and it appears to be the same in Vista.
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
SOURCE: upgrade win 2003 32 bit to 64bit
You Must do a complete Install
there is no other way around this. You must do a complete clean install of the x64 bit server. There is no install-in-place option and the program file system format is different for the 32 and 64 bit versions.
Microsoft suggests this and I have had at least one of my friend's question me on this issue.
Posted on Mar 17, 2009
Hi there and welcome at Fixya, the support team (lfete)
Normally you have to check if your processor is compatible with win 7 64-bit, but with the win 7 32 bit it should be possible to install
TO BE COMPLETELY SURE : try to download this software from microsoft and test if your machine is compatible :
The file you download from here you install and then you can test your computer :O)
Hope it helps
IF NOT then try to return here
Have a nice time over there
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Posted on Jan 23, 2010
Regarding the concern, please make sure that you are trying to install 64 bit of Windows 7 and not 32 bit of Windows 7.
It is not possible to install 64 bit Windows 7 on a 32 bit Windows Vista and same goes for 32 bit Windows 7 on 64 bit Vista.
Let me know if you need any further help.
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
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