It's a reinstall. There is no upgrade path from 32 bit to 64 bit. Backup any
data, SQL, desktop, anything else that may be on C: drive, then run the
install opting to delete the current C: drive for a fresh installation.
I assume C: and D: drives are separate spindles and not just partitions.
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