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Win 7 Home Premium crashing, will Win 7 Professional?
I have a Dell Inspiron 1525 running Windows 7 Professional 32-bit and a Dell Studio XPS running Windows Home Premium 64-bit. I run Dragon NaturallySpeaking ver. 11 software very often on both machines. I'm happy with Windows 7 but I've noticed in the Home Premium version, applications seem to crash a lot more often than in Windows 7 Professional. In fact, apps in the Professional version hardly crash at all. Also, Dragon NaturallySpeaking crashes a lot more often in the in Windows 7 Home Premium than in Windows 7 Professional. Any idea why that is? Does it have to do the Windows 7 Home Premium version being 64-bit while the Windows 7 Professional is version 32-bit?
I ask all this because I'd like to upgrade the desktop to Windows 7 Professional but would like to use the 64-bit version as I currently have 12 GB's of RAM in this machine. I'd probably also install the 64-bit version on my laptop so I could add more RAM to the 4 GB's it's currently using.
Thanks in advance for any info you can provide!
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|13 Feb 2011||#2|
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These crashes would have nothing to do with the version which are all the same except for a few unlocked features.
More likely it is a hardware, driver or installation issue. Windows 7 is also too lean and perfectly balanced to tolerate much tweaking like XP and Vista required.
To troubleshoot the Bluescreen for it's cause and resolution, upload and post your bugcheck file and other requested information to our Crashes forum: http://www.sevenforums.com/crashes-d...tructions.html
While you wait for their solution here are some troubleshooting fundamentals
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