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The only "problem" is Acid finding SampleTank 2 when I try to open projects created on xp / win7. Because it's 32bit it installed in (x86). The file path seems to be the issue (since "x86" is not in the file path on xp/7) but other IK apps open fine with xp/7 files and SampleTank 2 opens fine in new projects. if file path consistency is to be maintained a 64bit version is needed...?
SR2180NX has the Vista 32Bit OS from HP. The restore partition will always put Vista 32Bit back on if you use it. Windows XP can only be put on from scratch and I have done it while I still have Vista installed. One problem: there are no XP drivers under SR2180NX webpages. Do your research on the parts that are installed in the 2180 and any other HP machines that have the Windows XP operating system as the OEM OS. But First, check the Intel Site for the 945 chipset drivers (include the SouthBridge, too) under XP. Get them downloaded to a CD and burn the rest of the drivers you find for XP on the same CD. This way, you will have them ready when you are performing the down-grade to windows xp. After you are done with the XP install, you will still have access to the files & work you had done while in Vista. The Vista files are still readable. You might want to consider getting the Windows 7 Professional (not basic) available October 22, 2009. AND you will still have to get the Intel Downloads for Win7 any way, so why not make it a project and make it last for a few years. XP Support stops in 2014.
download a QUICKTIME player so that you can convert the files... is true that you can't transfer because the file is not support to the player you use... WINDOWS and MAC OS are different... WINDOWS is for MICROSOFT and MAC is for APPLE computers....
The winzip which u have downloaded will not work with Vista 64bit...please click on this link http://www.winzip.com/downwz.html or copy and paste it in address bar so that u can download and it will work in Vista 64bit..