I don't know. However, I doubt it.
The way I move to different versions of an operating system is....
1. Buy a 'full' version of the new operating system not an 'update' version.
2. Ensure that I have the installation files [and any necessary licence keys] for ALL of the applications software that are used.
This includes Office products and 'third party' software' such as MotherBoard [etc] Drivers, VLC, SpyBot Search & Destroy, McAfee, Printer software, Scanner spoftware, soundcard drivers, Media player software etc, etc.
If you do not have these, you will not be able to do what I'm about to suggest....so don't go any further.
3. Move any personal data [folders, files, etc] off your Operating System disk [C: drive]. As a rule I keep no personal data on my C: drive.
4. Buy a new hard drive - 320 or 500 Gb should be plenty big enough assuming it's reserved purely for the Operating System.
5.Turn Off you computer [If you need to be told about earthing yourself before fiddling about inside the computer's case - you should not be doing this]. Remove the current C: drive and put it in an anti-static bag.
6.Put the new hard drive in the computer and build the new operating system on that disk. Don't forget the Motherboard [etc] Drivers and all of the application and third party software, etc.etc.
If it works...fine.
If it fails or gets screwed up...you've still got your original C: drive.