if you have a bundled disc it contains both x64 and x86 copies on one disc
That is not correct. While Windows 7 DVDs do include every possible edition on one disc, they come as either 32-bit or 64-bit. Not both on one disc.
Quote: Originally Posted by flemur13013
Yes, it's possible to access 4Gig from 32 bit Win 7. I've been doing it for a while and never had any problems at all.
Find "4GB-RAMPatch-Multilingual-12.7.2010.exe" and run it.
That's a hack of unknown origin and while it may work, it runs inside the Windows kernel and with full privileges over the entire system. To trust something like this not to mess up your system is insane... It also violates licensing agreements with Microsoft.