|25 Apr 2010||#1|
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Netbook Install - What should I gut?
Well, I'm installing Windows 7 Pro x64 on my netbook since I got a free copy from a family member. I was looking up to see if it'd even be compatiable with my netbook and so far I think it would be. But to be sure, are N450 Atoms x86-64 ready? Gateway's site says it supports MMX, SSE, SSE3, etc.
Netbook is a Gateway LT2106U - It had 1gb of RAM, which I've upgraded to 2gb.
Anyways, what should I guy to make it a slim install?
Also, just a question, but would I be able to use my desktop's key on my netbook as well or would it like deactivate my desktop's install or what?
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