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    windows xp

    Very tired...have a rest...

    NormCameron .thank you ..i know you mean. i think ,i will like here ..

    darkassain . I have a long time without computer Games .but the starcraft is my best love

    I need sleep ..see you later..
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    Windows 7 x64 Build 6801

    Hi, I am using the x64 Build 6801. Every single driver works for me, here's how:

    1. Go to your manufacturers web site. Go to the the drivers section.

    2. Enter in your product number.

    3. When you have to select your OS, choose Vista (32-bit) if you are on Windows 7 32 bit. Select Vista x64 if you are on Win7 x64.

    ***Rule of thumb: Select the Vista driver, but it is crucial that the arhcitecture matches your Win7 version!***

    4. Download all the drivers onto a USB drive or equivalent.

    5. Install on Windows 7!

    Heck, I bet you can even streamline them into the ISO file using vLite, since Se7en uses the same WIM based installation as Vista does.

    NOTE: If you have a custom-built computer, get the drivers off the component manufacturer's web site.
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