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Windows 7: Win7 x64 build7100 ends up as Win7 x32 build7000

07 Jun 2009   #11
Avien

Windows 7 Build 7600|16384- 64bit
 
 

Not sure what to say. If it is from here; http://www.microsoft.com/windows/win.../download.aspx

And you select 64bit, everything should work fine. Just install it and see.


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07 Jun 2009   #12
pjd1952

windows 7 RC
 
 

I am currently burning a freshly downloaded x64 image to DVD from within Win7 Build7100 x32 from that site (which is where I have always gotten my installs). I'll see if there's any difference.
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07 Jun 2009   #13
mxosder16

Windows 7 Ultimate x86
 
 

FYI this is a much faster way of installing if you want
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07 Jun 2009   #14
copernicus

7264x64/7260x86
 
 

It's possible you're accidentally renaming the file when you download it by clicking on the erroneous file by overwriting.
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07 Jun 2009   #15
pjd1952

windows 7 RC
 
 

That could happen although I don't want to believe it . Anyway, I finally resolved the issue. I downloaded the x64 image from within Win7 Build7100 x32 and burned the image with "ISO Burner".

Having said that, one of the reasons I decided to play around with the 64-bit version was that I had upgraded from 2 to 4 GB of memory and understood that 32-bit systems could not see beyond about 3.25GB. So what do I get? Well, I ran the Windows Experience Index and it only reports 3.25GB of Ram. When I look at the System info via START/RC Computer/Properties I see nothing reported under "Installed Memory". Oh well, I didn't have anything to do this weekend anyway. So now that I finally got x64 installed I will proceed to find out what's up with the memory usage.

Thanks for the help everyone.


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07 Jun 2009   #16
Avien

Windows 7 Build 7600|16384- 64bit
 
 

Sometimes your BIOS also limits what your OS sees. My BIOS only recognizes i have more then 4gb by an extended memory mapping and my motherboard is only 2 months old.

Glad you got it to work though.
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07 Jun 2009   #17
pjd1952

windows 7 RC
 
 

Just checked for a memory mapping option on my I-45CV Abit board and there is no such option. The MB spec states it can utilize 4GB (2-2GB sticks) and the BIOS counts up the full 4GB.
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07 Jun 2009   #18
Cyberwolf

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Does your graphics card share physical memory? As in, doesnt have dedicated onboard memory?
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07 Jun 2009   #19
pjd1952

windows 7 RC
 
 

ATI Radeon PCIe X1300 with 256MB of onboard memory.
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07 Jun 2009   #20
zigzag3143

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

pid1952
You 32bit? 32 and recognize 4gig but must use a portion of that to map (PAE) and if you video car uses shares the highest I have seen is 3317K. Mine looks like this
Ken
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