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    Hi I am currently using windows 7 32bit and would like to upgrade to 64bit which I understand you cannot do it has to be a clean install my question is if I create a dual boot to another drive is there any software that can scan and move over software so I dont have to reinstall all of my software again?

    Any help would be fantastic thanks

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    You'd have to re-install all software too. Typically applications like MS Office install thousands of entries in the registry.

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