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Should I run Vista 64-bit

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Old 10-04-2008
KCav
 

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Should I run Vista 64-bit
have a notebook that has an Intel T7500 processor and on which I run
Microsoft Office 2007. Should I use Vista 64-bit or Vista 32-bit?
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Old 10-06-2008
Juan Perez
 

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Re: Should I run Vista 64-bit
Hi:
Before use a 64 bit version, check that all the sofware that you are gonna
use, is 64 bit compatible. Mainly check the printer drivers that you plan to
use.

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> have a notebook that has an Intel T7500 processor and on which I run
> Microsoft Office 2007. Should I use Vista 64-bit or Vista 32-bit?
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Old 11-08-2008
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RE: Should I run Vista 64-bit
If you use Vista 64 bit you'll have access to more memory/address space. On
the down side, there's less hardware available for it. Check to ensure that
you can get 64 bit drivers for all of your hardware before installing 64 bit.

Other than that, you can stick with 32 bit. It has greater driver
availability for older hardware. You're limited to 4 gB of RAM - but most
people don't need more than 4 gB at this time.

- John

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> Microsoft Office 2007. Should I use Vista 64-bit or Vista 32-bit?
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