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There is a way to only do an upgrade, but I would recommend backing up whatever data you have/need and installing the fresh copy of windows. You may want to purchase a new computer for a few hundred dollars you could get a machine that wouldn't be outdated for years. Here is just one example this is a refurb, but you can get new ones in this price range as well.
This is a very fast computer and would be compatible with everything for years. So for only a couple hundred more then what you would have to pay for windows. This also may be alot easier as installing a fresh copy of windows does not always run smoothly. Sometimes it is hard installing all the current drivers especially on older pc's where they may not even have Window's XPdrivers.
Hope this helps and let me know how it goes.
Posted on Jul 09, 2008
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