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Does it involve installing a device driver? If so then maybe not.
Though have you tried running in any of the cmpatibility modes? THose might fake the program out enough that it'll stop balking at finding a 64bit OS. But then if your installing a device driver you could be taking a chance on causing a problem. A lot of people install older drives and they ususaly work ok but then a lot of them fail causing all sorts of boot/bsod troubles.
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