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    32 to 64

    so I herd u can transform win 7 into 64 bit if you got 32
    my computer d00d transformed it into 64 somehow
    halp anyone?

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    Both x32bit and x64 bit versions have the licensing for over 4gigs of memory. However, this licensing is locked on the x32. In order to unlock it, I do believe a bit of kernel editing is involved.

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    What?
    You can install either 64bit or 32bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cookie. View Post
    What?
    You can install either 64bit or 32bit.
    He wants to unlock the limiter in x32.

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    You could just go get it the CD and install it again but make sure the CD is for windows 7 X64.
    You could possible do this instead google.com
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    Oh and yeah, I think you can just buy a separate disk the upgrades to x64.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cthulhu View Post
    Both x32bit and x64 bit versions have the licensing for over 4gigs of memory. However, this licensing is locked on the x32. In order to unlock it, I do believe a bit of kernel editing is involved.
    32 bit is actually called x86... Which is retarded and confusing. (least to me)

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    I bought the disk for 32
    gave it to the computer d00d
    he made it 64 .
    all i got to say
    now a friend wants the same

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    Quote Originally Posted by Can'tthinkofausername View Post
    32 bit is actually called x86... Which is retarded and confusing. (least to me)
    I thought 64 bit was called x86

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cthulhu View Post


    He wants to unlock the limiter in x32.
    Even without the limiter I thought 32-bit still had limitations of 4 gigs, unless he had Windows 7 Starter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lehsyrus View Post


    Even without the limiter I thought 32-bit still had limitations of 4 gigs, unless he had Windows 7 Starter
    Both x64 and x32 have the licensing for over 4gigs of mem. x32 has a limiter which involves kernel editing to bypass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cthulhu View Post


    Both x64 and x32 have the licensing for over 4gigs of mem. x32 has a limiter which involves kernel editing to bypass.
    I did not know this So what are the actual limitations of an unlocked x32 bit system?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lehsyrus View Post


    I did not know this So what are the actual limitations of an unlocked x32 bit system?
    None, the only difference between a x64 system and a x32 is the memory limiter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cthulhu View Post


    None, the only difference between a x64 system and a x32 is the memory limiter.
    That is the most pointless thing I've ever heard. Why the fuck would they even introduce the limiter in the first place?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lehsyrus View Post


    That is the most pointless thing I've ever heard. Why the fuck would they even introduce the limiter in the first place?
    Ins't it obvious? 4 gigs is a huge limitation on a professional system. The x64 has a limit of 8-192gb, based on the operating system edition. It's all business of course.

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