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Dear sir,

please download e-mule from www.download.com
& install e-mule in your system.
after installing e-mule in your system ( there are two options in this software like kad connection & network connection), then connect the two options & search the software that you want ( ex: dot.net for vista). download from there, but dont shut down ur system before it downloads to your system


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Posted on Dec 07, 2008

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I have an other brain teaser! bought a laptop (sony vaio) it had vista on 32bit.i upgraded to win.7 ultimate. 32bit. could it be maybe it is a 64 bit base? nota geniouse but could this be why my bat


Beginning with the release of Microsoft Windows Vista, 64-bit operating systems are slowly becoming extremely prevalent in today's market. 64-bit operating systems are poised to eventually replace 32-bit operating systems entirely. At the present however, 32-bit applications still vastly outnumber 64-bit applications. Luckily, 64-bit operating systems are capable of running 32-bit operating systems. In 64-bit operating systems, 32-bit applications are installed to a second program files folder, named "Program Files (x86)." Programs installed in the x86 folder can be initialized just like programs installed in the regular Program Files folder.

Open the 32-bit programs folder. Go to Start > Computer > Local Disk (C:), then click on "Program Files (x86)." Open the desired program folder. The executable file for the program will be located inside the folder. Double-click on the file with the ".exe" file extension. As an example, for the QuickTime program you would double-click on the "QuickTimePlayer.exe" file. You have now successfully run a 32-bit application in your 64-bit operating system. Hope this helps.

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Virtual PC 2007 does not open in Vista Ultimate 64-bit OS


right click>> setting(or propertis) run with this mode>> XP set.

Feb 15, 2010 | Microsoft Virtual PC for PC

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I have a compaq presario c700 running windows vista. On my previous laptop I was able to record successfully using Audacity. Now, however, recordings are very poor - the sound comes and goes, and is of...


Stuart, make sure have the System requirements Here are the recommended memory (MB or GB of RAM) and processor speed (GHz) requirements for using Audacity with different versions of Vista:

Version Recommended RAM/
processor speed Minimum RAM/
processor speed Vista Home Basic 2 GB / 1 GHz 512 MB / 1 GHz All other Vista versions 4 GB / 2 GHz 1 GB / 1 GHz
Note that the minimum system requirements as defined above (i.e. those that allow the operating system to run, ignoring what is required to run applications) are much greater than for Windows XP. If your computer does not significantly exceed these minimum requirements then you may have problems doing more intensive tasks in Audacity such as recording for long periods or editing a large number of long tracks, or may need to close other programs and processes before you can do so. Please be aware that the cheapest "deals" for new Vista machines may well only include the Vista Home Basic Edition and system specifications little in excess of the Vista minimum requirements.
Other things being equal, 64-bit versions of Vista will require more RAM than 32-bit versions. While some users report Audacity runs fine on 64-bit Vista with 2 GB RAM, this depends on the number of tracks being worked with and the number of other programs and services running on the computer. Memory is now very inexpensive. The general recommendation for 64-bit Vista is to install a minimum of 4 GB RAM - and for very best performance, install the maximum RAM that your motherboard supports.

If you meet the min system requirements. Uninstall your sound card drives and try the beta version for Windows Vista.

http://audacity.sourceforge.net/download/

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Integrated Camera is not reconized by vista 64-bit.. Please help me....


Very often you will find that not much older periferials like Cameras, Printers, Ipods, Scanners, and many Applications do NOT work with VISTA 64 Bit O.S..

First go to the CAMERA MANUFACTURER Customer Services or Website and see if they have a PATCH or another Driver for this camera so it can operate on VISTA 64 Bit. If it does, simply DOWNLOAD THE DRIVER AND "RUN" it and it will replace to old driver and your Camera will Run Properly,

If there is no Driver offered to run on 64 bit program then you have more serious issues that require more radical fixes which you have to evaluate on the basis of how much you need the Periferial or can there be a substitute that can run on the 64 bit program. 64 Bit programs are basically not much different from the much more popular 32 Bit Programs your camera would probably work on, no problem.

Try Calling Microsoft Customer Service and/or look on their Home Page for Solutions but generally the only alternative is:

1) Return the Camera and Exchange for one that runs on Vista 64 bit O.S.
2) Downgrade your Computer to a 32 Bit Version of Vista.
3) Look for the latest Beta Solutions you usually find on Google that may fix this

Vista 64 Bit O.S. Versions are only necessary if you are using more than 4 GB of RAM for e.g. GAMMERS who require a lot of Memory (actually up to 128 GB). Otherwise there is little difference between 32 and 64 bit versions. As VISTA was not that popular to begin with, many manufacturers did not bother providing UPGRADED SOFTWARE AND DRIVERS for VISTA 64 BIT assuming few would buy it off the shelf and mostly their product would be used with WIn XP or Vista 32 Bit until the Next Microsoft O.S. Came around.

Vista is a Memory Hog and as such should be used with only 4 GB of RAM for it to run properly. 3 is adequate, 2 GB its lethargic at best. VISTA 32 bit HAS A LIMIT OF 4 GB of RAM so that is cutting it close but still a better idea to "DOWNGRADE" to 32 Bit so your O.S. would be much more compatable with other Periferals and Software Applications. Many Periferals ( appliances) and Applictions will not run on 64 bit programs especially if they were designed before 64 bit was introduced. THE BEST FIX, IF YOU ARE NOT A RAD GAMMER REQUIRING MORE THAN 4 GB OF RAM is to "DOWNGRADE" TO VISTA 32 bit or even better to Windows XP if your computer can work with that O.S.: check with the Manufacturer. Your camera may even work on XP 64 bit.

Kodak still makes some nice disposable Film Cameras; you can take your pictures then have them developed, and scan them into your computer that is if your SCANNER STILL WORKS with the 64 bit program LOL

Good Luck

Aug 20, 2009 | Lenovo ThinkPad T61 Notebook

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Does the MX 310 work with Vista


Looks like you will need to download a driver.


You'll need to know if you have Regular Vista or Vista 64-bit.
Here's how you can tell:

64-bit versions of Windows Vista are for computer users who have high-performance needs and are typically running a computer with 4 GB or more of Random Access Memory (RAM). The terms "32-bit" and "64-bit" refer to the way a computer's processor handles information. The 32-bit versions of the Windows operating system can only use up to 3 GB of memory.
The 64-bit versions of Windows can use more memory and help reduce time swapping processes in and out of memory by storing more of those processes in RAM rather than on the hard disk. This, in turn, can increase overall system and application performance, especially with applications optimized for 64-bit. For more details about 32-bit and 64-bit, see the Windows Help and How-to FAQ.
To find out what version of Windows Vista is installed on your computer:
  1. Click Start start.gif, click Control Panel, click System and Maintenance, and then click System.
  2. Under System, view the System type.
If you're running Windows XP:
  1. Click Start, click Control Panel, and then double-click System.
  2. On the General tab, view the System type.

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Now you know your system type and can download the correct driver from this page:

http://www.usa.canon.com/consumer/controller?act=ModelInfoAct&fcategoryid=123&modelid=15603#DownloadDetailAct

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Let me know if that works for you. Be sure to follow all the directions.

Mar 26, 2009 | Canon PIXMA MX310 All-In-One Printer

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Teamspeak Won't Work with Vista


Look at TeamSpeak overlay with PlayClaw. The main task of PlayClaw is to record game video but it have ability to show Teamspeak & Ventrilo overlays. Works fine with Vista/W7, but only one restriction - voip client must be 32 native (not 64) app. Windows may be in any bits: 32 or 64

Nov 21, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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I need a Master Cook software that will work with Windows Vista 64 bit


On less-widely distributed programs, you may never find 64 bit version.

I'm not familiar with Vista but previous versions of 32 bit operating systems allowed 16 bit applications to run under an 'emulation' mode of previous operating systems; i.e. Win 98 could emulate Win 95.

Check your Vista 'Help' for 'Emulation' or '32 bit applications.'
I think you'll find what you need.

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Acer aspire 5100 + AMD TURION 64 + DDR2 1GB + WINDOWS VISTA - IS VERY SLOW, AND HANGS


hmmmm...now..that's weird..did you do any disk maintenance? shut down all applications, all of em, and run disk cleanup and defrag..usually good for about 25% improvement in speed, at least..

got backup for that acer?

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