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Laptop bought second hand with vista 32bit I upgraded win7 ultimate 32bit. if it was an original vista 64bit. could this be my problem. the base was/is 64bit. I don't have a clue about the 32bit 64 bit 86 bit so I am at a loss.
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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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check out the manual on your computer regarding the webcam controls
Sometimes the webcam start procedure can be found under the keyboard heading
Start > Computer >> Local disk (C) >> Documentation >> EN(glish)
Try the Sony Support website for drivers
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
Windows 7 is a new platform and every hardware manufacture is developing the driver suits for it.Meanwhile you will have to download the drivers directly from the chip manufacturers site e.g. for sound you can download it from http://www.realtek.com.tw/downloads/.
About the chip manufacturers you can know from the Y510 page where the drivers are there for Vista or XP.
Posted on Dec 28, 2009
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Posted on Mar 09, 2010
You need to install windows 7 (32 bit) not 64. To change to 64 you have to make internal changes and updates to your notebook. Your notebook is set up for 32 bit systems.
Posted on May 19, 2010
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