Are MOF files necessary for PC operation?

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Windows 7
Windows 7 installation
Windows Vista
I need space on my computer to upgrade to Windows 7, can MOF files be deleted without harming computer's functioning? 

Software/Hardware used:
Windows Vista

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To my experience it doesnt matter,windows 7 will take over ther operating of your p.c despite removing MOF FILES….after you have such space requirement, just reboot system with your Disk installation at first start up, and from their you can choose upgrade to Windows 7…

Window 7 will actually grap your old document files and will set it in a separate folder call Windows.old in your c/drive….window 7 will actually allow you to delete windows.old folder after you recovered all your important data, this will save you more space on your c/drive..

best of luck…regards..

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  • Gatedogg
    Thanks Rakei. Since I asked my question, I have acquired a product key for my Windows Vista and I think I will just keep that because the Windows 7 Advisor says my computer does not have enough Ram either. Oh well, might as leave well enough alone.
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