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Windows 7: how to fix Vbox only showing 32 bit ??

2 Days Ago   #1
Joker 101

Windows 7 PRO x64
how to fix Vbox only showing 32 bit ??

I had Vbox a year ago and every thing was fine. i needed to used again but i can't find the x64. I tried every thing but no luck. i'm running HP win7 PRO x64, i verified that my PC supports virtualization using Intel(R) Processor Identification Utility and securable.exe and the VT-x option is enabled in my BIOS.
if anyone has a solution please help me.

ps: sorry for my bad english, it's my third language.

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1 Day Ago   #2

Windows 7 x64, Vista x64, 8.1 smartphone

Welcome to Seven Forums, joker 101.

What do you mean by "Vbox"? Do you mean "Oracle Virtual Box"?

Where does it say that you have 32-bit? Everything you posted on this thread shows 64-bit.
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