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So I am currently using windows server 2008 r (32 bit) and i am wanting to upgrade to Server 2012. There are 2 problems with this 1. you cannot upgrade from 32 bit to 64 bit and 2. I am having to use the same computer for the server. I came up with an Idea and i was wanting to know if anyone thinks this would work. So I have both win server 2008 and 2008 r2 and I was wondering if I did a clean install of win server 2008 to 2008 r2 if i could load all of my informatinon onto the r2 through one of my routine backups that i have. Then I should be able to run the regular upgrade to 2012. Let me kn
So yesterday I built my own computer and all. Everything worked fine, fans, no Leds shining or anything so I thought it was about time to get into my bios and change so the DVD was booting up first. After I'd done that I put my Windows 7 DVD in and run the installation. The first time I tried to install it got stuck at copying files so it just stayed at 0% so I closed the installation and shutdown the computer. Then I switched the SATA cable from the DVD to another slot and it said like "BOOT MGR is missing". So I changed back to the same slot and the installation could be booted again. The