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switching from 32bit to 64bit help

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hey i am switching from 32bit to 64bit because i got a new motherboard and it did not work so i reinstalled windows no knowing which one was which i thought that x82 was 62 bit now i am going to reinstall again to a 62bit but i installed cod 4, wow and tf2 these took awhile is there anyway i can store them on a device and put them back on when i have reinstalled?
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I suggest you install them again, 64-bit installations are quite different in a few ways since system files and such are different. Although yes, it is worth a try to back them up, just copy them to a different drive one that is not affected by a system reformat.
Edited by gerickjohn - 2/6/12 at 5:28am
   
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what do u mean a drive that is not affected by a system format?
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