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Yes
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can i install vista 64 bit on this pc it has the i945g chipset with the p 4 3.0 ht 630 , 2gb pc2-5300, sata2 160gb 7200rpm,sata 320gb 7200rpm
post #53 of 65
No, you'd need a 64-bit processor.
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"Yes! Yes, you did. I would rather skip eating out, or beers, or a video game you only sorta want (play the demo til you get bored of it). Skipping all that excess stuff = money."

"Then with that extra cash you could build something better. You would be amazed what $300-$400 can buy!"

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The screen alone is worth $150, so how did he waste money spending $140 on a complete rig with a monitor, keyboard, and mouse?
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No, you'd need a 64-bit processor.
this site has intel 64 checked next to the 630 is this 64 bit http://www.intel.com/products/proces...t/pentium4.htm
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this site has intel 64 checked next to the 630 is this 64 bit http://www.intel.com/products/proces...t/pentium4.htm
I'm no expert to be able to tell you yes or no, but I clicked the link and saw this fine print, and it looks like the processor alone isn't the only role in 64-bit support. So you might need to check all those other components.

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Φ 64-bit computing on Intel® architecture requires a computer system with a processor, chipset, BIOS, operating system, device drivers and applications enabled for Intel® 64 architecture. Processors will not operate (including 32-bit operation) without an Intel 64 architecture-enabled BIOS. Performance will vary depending on your hardware and software configurations. Consult with your system vendor for more information.
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Something like this, you have to look around for them:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16819116004
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I'm no expert to be able to tell you yes or no, but I clicked the link and saw this fine print, and it looks like the processor alone isn't the only role in 64-bit support. So you might need to check all those other components.
in my bios it has it 64 bit- technology = yes (intel em64t) i guess this p4 3.0ht 630 supports 64-bit i managed to install vista 64 bit but i had to put 32-bit back i couldnt find any 64bit drivers for my wireless adapter that sucks i just installed 4gb of ram and only shows 3.25 in os it does show 4gb in bios but wont show 4gb unless i have a 64bit os bummer.
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i dont know do i have one i have a p4 3.0ht 630
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in my bios it has it 64 bit- technology = yes (intel em64t) i guess this p4 3.0ht 630 supports 64-bit i managed to install vista 64 bit but i had to put 32-bit back i couldnt find any 64bit drivers for my wireless adapter that sucks i just installed 4gb of ram and only shows 3.25 in os it does show 4gb in bios but wont show 4gb unless i have a 64bit os bummer.
Yeah, I had the same problem with my wireless adapter. I had a Linksys G w/ Speedbooster, and had upgraded to Belkin N1. It worked fine on my 32-bit XP. But when I went to Vista 64, I had to put the Linksys back in and I've been using it ever since. There's some beta drivers out now for my N1 adapter, but I haven't been able to make them work. Now that wireless adapter is in my For Sale Thread. Sucks to see it go. I noticed a major performance increase with it when I had it working. I'm looking forward to not having to run my desktop on wireless anymore, though. I'm pretty pissed at Belkin for dragging their feet so much on the drivers. I think it's inexcusable that Vista 64 has been out so long now and people are just gradually starting to support it. That's the real reason people aren't switching. It's not Windows' fault, it's all the other manufacturers. But that's off topic. Perhaps on another thread in another time.... *sigh*
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