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Win64.msi cannot be found to backup according to upgrade directions .... only the Win32.msi file, both 64 & 32 bit versions are installed (latter installed last)

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It may have to do with having to install 32-bit after the 64-bit in order to upload sketchup 3Ds to library

w/o being warned the 64msi might be wiped out?

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