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From: "Deb" <>
Subject: Re: [HV] windows 7 - 32 bit / 64 bit (RMIT NSW KAWare disks)
Date: Sun, 20 Feb 2011 18:18:46 +0800
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Anyone purchasing a new PC with windows 7 should ask for 32 bit to run as
well as 64 bit if you want to run old CD-ROMs. You can also install
software in the appropriate compatible area.
I asked for it after seeing it was possible on a popular brand's site. I
was researching upgrades because I wasn't going to upgrade unless I could
use my stuff!
So glad I did.