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Don't do it. I don't know if this is a common thing but Windows 7 Ultimate turned my relatives Alienware M17X with 8GB Ram / quad core, raided for performance on 2 Seagate Momentus 7200RPM discs into a sluggish P.O.S slower than my 3GB ram i5 (no raid) Dell XPS 15.. Reverting back to Home Premium solved it.

When I wanted to try 64bit I downloaded Ultimate, but my pc ended up completely freezing way too often a day, causing me to do hard reboots everytime.
Went back to Professional 32bit, not a single problem with any game or whatever you can have a problem with :)
(Yes my pc IS capable of running 64bit)


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Don't do it. I don't know if this is a common thing but Windows 7 Ultimate turned my relatives Alienware M17X with 8GB Ram / quad core, raided for performance on 2 Seagate Momentus 7200RPM discs into a sluggish P.O.S slower than my 3GB ram i5 (no raid) Dell XPS 15.. Reverting back to Home Premium solved it.


I tried, Windows 7 Ultimate lived for 3 minutes with my laptop, DID NOT detected my PS2 mouse and NVidia video.

Went back to Windows 7 Home, the default factory OS then installed latest Ubuntu :P

Thanks!

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Th game runs perfectly on Windows 7 Home Premium.




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