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Copying Files in Windows 7

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I have 2 Windows 7 computers and I want to be able to copy files from c:\data\??? folders back and forth. I set up users with the same name one each computer but I cannot access the folders underneath to copy them.

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Hey guys, i have a question about windows 7. I dont know whehter its a stupid question or not. I have windows 7 32 bit but i want 64 bit. Si is there any way to convert 32 bit windows into 64bit. If anyone have answer plz help me out, i also tried to get help from some best and well known technology blogs.

Nope you have to do a fresh install if you want the 64 bit version.
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To change to a 64bit OS windows needs to go on a clean drive, you cannot install on top of a 32bit system
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