ok so it didnt work it stopped at 38%. I read if the happens you have to upgrade all of your drivers, i trie upgrade the touch screen and now it doesnt work, please help.
You should be able to "roll back" the driver. Start > Right-Click Computer > Properties > Device driver. Find and right-click the device > Select properties > Under the Driver select Roll Back Driver.
As for Anytime Upgrade, the more applications you have installed (especially Microsoft software), the longer is going to take to upgrade. Do not worry about the update drivers from Archos, e.g. Touch screen, etc. Those are manufacture drivers and Windows 7 will not look for them on the internet as long as they are working. However, do run Windows Update prior to initiating the anytime upgrade to ensure there are not needed updates.
Once that's done, run the Disk Clean Up and Defrag tools. You'll find them accessories. Look for System Tools.