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A complete install is better usually than an upgrade anyways as it will give a 'cleaner' start to your new Operating System. Just remember if you do a clean install there is an option to delete what is current on the hard drive and start from scratch. If you have personal files on your machine this will delete all those files/pictures/music. Windows 7 does allow an option to install fresh but not delete what is on the drive. If you are worried about your files I would try this method.
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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