Dual boot two windows 7's?

so in an odd series of events i have ended up with a 32 bit ultimate and want to put a 64 bit Home Premium on my computer instead. My plan is to create 2-3 partitions on my hard drive (2tb), one that has the already installed 32 bit ultimate, one thats FAT so i can back up my files onto it, and one blank partition for the 64 bit Home premium. i will then install the home premium, copy my back upped files from the FAT partition, and then delete/format the old Ultimate partition. is there any reason this wouldnt work or anyway to make it simpler without an external HDD?
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    Hi pantherking,

    There should be no problem here. I can't think of a simpler way to do it. You may want to read through this thread just in case, though:


    Windows Outreach Team
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  3. Hi again,

    Was that link helpful to you, pantherking? Let me know if there's anything else I can do.


    Windows Outreach Team
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