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Old 05-27-07, 11:10 PM   #13
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Default Re: Upgrade from 32bit Vista to 64bit Vista....

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Just curious though... beside being able to see more ram, are there any other benifits? I am just wondering because my 32bit system is stabe as can be and I am starting to get a little weary of going to 64bit after reading all the issues. But if I have more to gain than just more ram it might be worth it
well after trying the 64 bit version to being with I went to 32 because nForce3 isn't very stable in Vista and wanted to see if it made any difference. I still got a few crashes in 32 bit so went back to 64 and the 64 bit version is definitely a lot snappier. Even games seem to load faster which totally surprised me.
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Well I suppose my next logical question would be... can I upgrade my 32bit install or do I have to start over and install all my sh!t again?
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Default Re: Upgrade from 32bit Vista to 64bit Vista....

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Well I suppose my next logical question would be... can I upgrade my 32bit install or do I have to start over and install all my sh!t again?
Looking at a format i'm afraid.

I would leave it until you next plan to format and start afresh.

Something I do quite often, like that new feel.
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