Ok, So I ordered a new motherboard with 12GB RAM the other day but obviously with my current Windows 7 32 bit OS I can only use something like 3GB of it. I still have access to my MSDN account which gives me free legal copies of Microsoft software, but I'm having so much trouble burning the disc images onto a disc so I can actually install the new OS. I get halfway through burning the disc using the Windows burner, but it then says it encounters an error and didn't burn properly. I restart though and it still manages to boot the CD, get halfway through the installation and then come up with an error. I tried downloading Astroburn Lite but as soon as I launch the program its minimised instantly for some unknown reason and I can't use it at all. I tried just putting the ISO file on a CD so I can burn it to a disc from my laptop (Astroburn seems to work on my laptop) but it wouldn't even manage to do that. Basically, I've got mega pissed off and given up trying tonight and don't know what else to do! How do I properly use an operating system ISO file to get 64 bit on my PC?