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Hi guys

Ive got a little question
im going to buy new pc, now my question is: does ET work on the windows 7 professional?

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i have a win 7 pro 32 bit and it works fine :yahoo

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Windows 7 is made for games. So ET works without any problems

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buying 32bit version of Win7 is practically wasting the whole OS. get 64bit version....much better...

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64bit ftw! :)

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i think my video card (geforce 7300) wont work with 64 bit
thx for replies

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http://www.nvidia.co...hql-driver.html

64bit driver for Geforce 7 series (which includes Geforce 7300 as far as the dropdown selection thingy on the site propagates)

Happy *in'

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ok will think about it, thx :)

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yes 64x is way better i've tried 34 and 64x both on all versions of win7 64x runs games way better.

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yes 64x is way better i've tried 34 and 64x both on all versions of win7 64x runs games way better.

hmm...i should change my 32 to 64 too then :unsure: :unsure:

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but i see now the 64bit doesnt work on my office 2007 (only 32 bit)
so gonna take the 32 after all

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but i see now the 64bit doesnt work on my office 2007 (only 32 bit)
so gonna take the 32 after all


May i ask where you got your information from, that office 2007 doesn't work on a windows 7 64 bit system?
Ever tried this?

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so that office 2007 thing
my dad already bought it a while ago for his pc
you can install it on 3 PC's
and there is 1 download left
now on the box i saw "Office home and student 2007 win32"
so im thinking it works only 32bit :P
could be wrong ofc :)

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Well, there are many products/programs that don't come with a specific 64 bit version. Most of them still run perfectly fine in a 64 bit environment just like enemy territory which is a win32 program. That being said, Office 2007 should run without any problems on a 64 bit system in 99% of all cases, just like it should run 99% of all cases on a 32 bit system. There is always somewhat of an error margin because, well, its microsoft and its windows.

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ok thx kami for clarification




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