Also I would like to add that Im just dloading 64bit, and will need to wait 2 months till my 2ndary backup pc will arrive. But once I will get 64 bit WIN7 I will have to install and I will also have to create pre-partitions for Suse. I want suse latter on as in 2-3 months new one will be out.
its actually fairly easy to do, just make sure windows is installed first.
Also using a VM is kind of pointless, its a fancy way of saying "running linux in an emulator", ie the performance hit negates all of the reasons to run linux.
Guess what, I am running Linux now. I failed to upgrade windows 7. I started off from brand new HDD and I only managed to get Linux on. I like it but I cant do anything. I want to install flash player but with mozilla I dloaded "install_flash_player_10_linux.tar.tz" then I extracted it with ark and I got libflashplayer.so file which I dont know what to do with.
By the way, if you didn't already know this, 64bit linux ( amd64 aka x86_64 ) can run 32bit and 64bit software on the same system at the same time you just need to make sure you've got both the 32bit and 64bit libraries installed.
Fedora and other RPM based distros make this really easy to do. Ubuntu's a little different but it can do it too.
Try add/remove software with your restricted repo first before you try it manually.