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Where's my 64-bit directory??

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Hey,

I recently installed windows on a second SSD purely to play games. My first SSD is for work so wanted to keep separate. Anyway I don't know what's happened but there is only a Program Files (x86) directory and not a 64-bit one. Have I accidentally installed in 32-bit or something? It is showing that all my RAM is available so I doubt that is the case. Anyway I'm trying to install titanfall which is 64-bit so I'm stuck!

I hope somebody can help!

Thanks
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When installed your second OS... did you unplug the first one?

Under System... does it say "System type: 64-bit Operating System"?
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So strange! It's there again!!! I did just restart but don't see why it wasn't visible before... hmmm! Anyway it seems to be ok now touch wood! Just ignore me! Thanks
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Originally Posted by DuckieHo View Post

When installed your second OS... did you unplug the first one?

Under System... does it say "System type: 64-bit Operating System"?

Yes it says - System Type x64-based PC

Thank you for your reply, hopefully it is ok now...
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