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Windows 7: Go over 32 bit, with 64 bit?

24 Apr 2011   #11

Home Premium 64bit

Cheers, I'm doing it now

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24 Apr 2011   #12

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Or you could go to a site that specializes in memoryand look for a memory advisor tool such as this one at Crucial:

RAM Memory Upgrade: Dell, Mac, Apple, HP, Compaq. USB drives, SSD at

You can either input your computer make and model or let the tool scan your machine.
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24 Apr 2011   #13

Home Premium 64bit

Alas, have just run the crucial scan, and I am duly informed that the capacity for my Toshiba Equium P200 series lappy is a max of 2 gig (Is that whilst win7 32 bit is running)?
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24 Apr 2011   #14
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Nothing to do with Windows 7 running, that is all that laptop supports. no idea how many variations there are of the P200 but found these two,

Equium P200-1ED - Product Specifications - Toshiba

Equium P200-178 - Product Specifications - Toshiba

and both of them only support up to 2 GB as well. Also it may be a moot point as to running 64 bit unless the CPU supports 64 bit. Specs on the processors from the two above,

Intel® Pentium® Processor T2310 (1M Cache, 1.46 GHz, 533 MHz FSB)with SPEC Code(s)SLAEC

Intel® Pentium® Processor T2080 (1M Cache, 1.73 GHz, 533 MHz FSB)with SPEC Code(s)SL9VY

the first supports 64 bit, while the second is 32 bit only.
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24 Apr 2011   #15

Home Premium 64bit

stormy13: Thank you for your noble effort, mine is the first one that supports 64 bit, but I know I would struggle with PS C4, and other memory hungry software out there, so until Win 8,9, or 10, I'll keep this lappy. I know Bill Gates gets stick for Microsoft, but I've had all is O/S since Win 3.0 & 3.1, and now most of the world must have a computer (I have 2 x desktops & 2 x lappys all running win 7 32/64 bit), have just been away to Devon for a week (in a deep valley), lovely holiday but no network at all for internet or mobile phone, glad to get home, to see what's happening.
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