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Microsoft has historically released more than a single beta version and / or a release candidate or two before going to manufacturing with their products so there may additional opportunities to upgrade current systems with other Windows 7 betas between now and the actual release to manufacturing (RTM) of the operating system.
Before or at least by that date you’ll need to reinstall a prior version of Windows on your system or a subsequent release of the Windows 7 beta if there is another release.
If you do not want to take part in the Windows improvement program you’ll need to clear the “I want to help make Windows installation better” check box as it is selected by default.
We are going to choose the “Get important updates for installation” option for our walk through.
[NOTES FROM THE FIELD] – If there was some desire or need, you are able to upgrade Windows 2000 Professional to Windows XP and then from there you could upgrade to Vista (and from there I suppose you could go to Windows 7 if you really wanted to).
These multiple steps from OS to OS would allow for an in-place upgrade each time and it would save all of your installed applications and settings (provided they run and are supported on the newer operating systems through each of the successive jumps) but from a support standpoint of the system itself it is not recommended.
Once the system gets back up from rebooting you’ll reach the “Please read the license terms” screen (and I have yet to find anyone in ten plus years of being in information technology that actually has done this).