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Best procedure to uninstall Windows Server 2008 32bit in order to install 64bit

Posted on 2009-05-07
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What is the cleanest way to uninstall Windows Server 2008 so can install 64bit for virtualization?
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Well... the cleanest way is to boot from the 64-bit install disk and reformat the disk and install the new version.
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