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As others have said, it is correct that there is no upgrade path from Windows XP to Windows 7.
An interesting feature they do provide, though, is that if you install Windows 7 on the same drive as Windows XP, it will move the Windows XP folder, the old Documents and Settings, and program files into a folder called Windows.old. This way you have easy access to your old data if you need it, while still benefiting from a clean install.
Personally, I never install an OS as an upgrade. Too much compatibility issues. Always better off with a clean install.
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