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Windows XP 32 bit to 64 bit?
SquallStrife 
25/8/08 7:50:28 PM
Titan

Quote by robzy
Is an XP32 CDKEY good for XP64?

Rob.



No, Windows XP Professional and Windows XP Professional x64 Edition are totally different products, with separate licenses.

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Q6600 @ 3.6GHz | 8800GTS | XP x64 | Vista HP x64 | OSX 10.5.4

Quote by TinBane
The ONLY fuel saving benefit of this product, is that the car expends less energy to accelerate, because your wallet is lighter.

osama_bin_athlon 
26/8/08 7:41:44 AM
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Quote by SquallStrife
Quote by robzy
Is an XP32 CDKEY good for XP64?

Rob.



No, Windows XP Professional and Windows XP Professional x64 Edition are totally different products, with separate licenses.



XP x64 is actually a tarted up version of Server 2003, made to look like XP.
;)

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lunchbox1988 
26/8/08 8:14:28 AM
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Quote by osama_bin_athlon
Quote by SquallStrife
Quote by robzy
Is an XP32 CDKEY good for XP64?

Rob.



No, Windows XP Professional and Windows XP Professional x64 Edition are totally different products, with separate licenses.



XP x64 is actually a tarted up version of Server 2003, made to look like XP.
;)



this.

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SquallStrife 
26/8/08 10:04:32 AM
Titan

I realise that, and I don't understand how it's relevant to what I said.

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Q6600 @ 3.6GHz | 8800GTS | XP x64 | Vista HP x64 | OSX 10.5.4

Quote by TinBane
The ONLY fuel saving benefit of this product, is that the car expends less energy to accelerate, because your wallet is lighter.

bastard 
26/8/08 11:36:03 AM
Titan

Quote by Cpt. Lock
From what little i've used of it at clients residences and on other peoples computers I don't like it. Even the UI gives me the shits not to mention it's a resource hog and I don't give a damn if i've got the resources to waste it's a resource hog.



Heaven forbid that you actually take the time to learn a new operating system... If you are looking at clients machines as you say, then you owe it to yourself and your clients to at least be professional and know what you are dealing with before you go on-site. Otherwise your clients are just not getting their moneys worth.

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bnew 
27/8/08 11:41:03 AM
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Quote by lunchbox1988

Go Vista 64 or leave XP 32 on there, do not, I repeat, do not use XP X64, it is too hard to get around driver and app issues.



I'm curious as to what issues you mean. As mentioned, I use XP 64bit without issue- for gaming, development, general application usage, you name it.

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