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By Andy Rathbone Upgrading from Windows XP to Windows 7 can be a chore.
Windows 7 will not automatically upgrade from XP, which means that you have to uninstall Windows XP before you can install Windows 7. Moving to Windows 7 from Windows XP is a one-way street — you can’t return to your old version of Windows.
NOTE Microsoft also makes an upgrade version of the Windows XP CD-ROM.
Use of this version is nearly identical to the procedure displayed here, except that the option for New Installation (Advanced) is not present.
The ability to uninstall is contingent on the disk volume being FAT32 and not NTFS, that you have not created or deleted any disk volumes on the system, and that you do not delete any backup files created during the upgrade installation process.
NOTE When run on Windows NT 4.0, the Microsoft Windows Upgrade Advisor may not provide the option to download upgraded Setup files.