|09 Feb 2012||#5|
Many programs install in 32 bit on a 64 bit OS - you'll find them in the 32 bit Programs folder.
This is not the same as drivers, which are bit-version specific. Look on the computer or Device's Support Downloads webpage for the driver bit-version you need. If it's not listed, you may still find it via Google.
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