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I have XP sp3 installed on a Althlon 64 processor but I can not run windows defender 64 as it keeps showing message not supported by processor

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    Nicolas May 11, 2010

    Hi!



    Try to uninstall and reinstall the Windows Defender, sometime that helps, some times it dont, those times you might need some missing files thats on the OS cd.



    Nic

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You have a 32-bit OS on the computer so you have to run Windows Defender 32-bit regardless that you have a 64-bit processor.

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