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Normally, Windows XP cannot technically be ‘Upgraded’ to Windows 7 directly. But if you are just talking about switching over from Windows XP to Windows 7, there are 3 ways to do so:
1. Custom Install: Run the Windows 7 setup either from the desktop of Windows XP or by booting from the disk and choose the ‘Custom’ option. This method saves all Windows XP data in a folder named ‘Windows.old’.
2. Dual Boot: Create a new partition on the hard drive and install Windows 7 on it. This method lets you choose between Windows XP and Windows 7 every time you boot and you can work on either.
3. Format and Clean Boot: If you do not want to retain anything on the Windows XP computer, boot from the Windows 7 disk, format the hard drive/partition and install Windows 7 on it.
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