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February 24, 2011 2:29:03 AM

I have a Compaq /HP sr1834nx it has been upgraded to 4 gigs ram plus 9800 graphics card. I would like to install windows 7 64 bit builders edition . Seeing I don't have a choice 64/32 (my builder edition software which only lets me go with 64 bit) since I own the software I want to utilize it . I have purchased and additional product code for a decent price.
I ran the windows 7 adviser program and after 2 hrs I gave up. I don't want to save any files but don't have the XP to install if & won't go does any one have any answer.

Compaq /HP sr1834nx it has been upgraded to 4 gigs ram windows XP 32 bit

Base processor
Athlon 64 (V) 3500+ 2.2 GHz

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2000 MT/s (mega transfers/second)
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Socket 939

Chipset
ATI Radeon Xpress 200---> 9800 graphics card also
Motherboard

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Manufacturer: Asus
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Motherboard Name: A8AE-LE
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HP/Compaq motherboard name: AmberineM-GL6E

Memory Installed 4 GB (4 x 1gb)

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a c 232 $ Windows 7
February 24, 2011 2:31:58 PM
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Your system should install Win 7 x64 just fine. You need to boot directly from the install DVD and perform a custom install. You can't upgrade from XP at all, nor can you upgrade from a 32-bit OS to a 64-bit OS. You must do a "clean" install.

Good luck!
February 25, 2011 4:23:56 AM

Best answer selected by dacordes.
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February 25, 2011 4:24:42 AM

Loaded great It's like a new pc :) 
June 19, 2011 7:16:49 PM

OK I still have an issue with sleep mode. I disabled it but would like to access Bios of the original mother board to address this issue. The 64 bit 7 is not compatible with the old 32 bit bios and I'm not a geek. I did have a problem with PC would go into sleep mode and had to remove graphics card to see screen to fix it, so I disabled sleep mode. But the keyboard had a sleep button that got pushed a couple of times.

My question now is how could I access the the motherboard bios without sending it into screwy mode again
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