Yeah, but you may find that hard to do. Windows 7 really does need a
new computer to run remotely decently, and here where I am all you can
buy is 64-bit machines. They don't have a 32-bit machine in sight. You
can purchase 32-bit Windows 7 upgrades for your older 32-bit
computers, but then again if your system isn't fairly new then its not
going to run as good as it should.
On 4/30/11, shaun everiss <sm.ever...@gmail.com> wrote:
> well it looks like then tom that when I upgrade to 7 I will request I
> have 32 bit.
> Even though this may mean me having to get and make driver cds of my
> stuff from toshiba.
> Hmmm at least I will get speech and such since sound still works by default.
> I found that quite usefull.
> On a new system we use I installed only 1 manufacturer spaciffic
> driver for the sound card.
> Everything else was from the intel site and was not customised at all.
> Works well.
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