There's no way to upgrade a 32 bit Windows 7 to 64 bit and I don't have the time to make a fresh install of everything. I've got two hard drives, so I could install W7-64 in the second one, but there's a thing I'm afraid of: two visible partitions both with system files could cause errors. In fact, they do sometimes such as when installing new drivers.
Has anyone around done it (installing W7-32 in a partition and W7-64 in another one)? Any problems with it?
Nobody in his right mind would even try it, because in the time you spent waiting for an answer a full install would have been finished long ago with less trouble. Why would you even consider it?
I have to agree with Harm. Just bite the bullet and do a clean install.
Not to mention the wasted drive space!