|06 May 2009||#1|
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Solved: Do I have a 64 bit processor?
I was trying to install XP Mode on my machine using the tutorial at How to Install and Setup Virtual Windows XP Mode in Windows 7 when I determined that I can't run it since I don't have a Hardware Virtualization Technology enabled processor. But it did say something about 64-bit architecture. Screenshots attached. Do I have a 64-bit processor? I haven't got the clue. My machine is an eMachines W3503 desktop.
the 1st screenshot is from the Intel Processor Identification program (or something like that) and the 2nd screenshot is from System Information for Windows
it would be nice if i added the screenshots, huh?
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