You have come to the right forum for that information. We do not guess, but will send you directly to the source
Find out if your computer is capable of Seven, from the upgrade advsior Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor - Download - Microsoft Windows
You should then do a clean install, even if you have the cheaper upgrade Seven. http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials...on.html?filter
A clean install removes all the problems, virus etc. An upgrade covers them very neatly, but maybe not forever.
If you do an upgrade, your stuff will be saved, but you will most likely have problems down the road. Do the clean install.
This will tell you, however, if you can upgrade even though most here would agree that you should not upgrade but do a clean install. http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/w...ows-7?T1=tab02
I think that with your specs, Seven would not be a problem, but the upgrade advisor will pick up areas, as well, not shown in your specs, such as memory or hard drive problems