Question about Acer Aspire 5733z-4851
Is the Acer Aspire 5733z-4851 a 32 bit or a 64 bit PC?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Well, we wont know until you try. In my opinion, your 32/64 bit issues will be solved, but you would still have the normal vista/xp compatibility issues.
But that is to be expected, like when we all upgraded from win98 to XP.
So - I would recommend downgrading to Vista 32 bit, or getting the 64bit software version of the programs you want to use.
Good Luck, and let me know what you did, and how it turned out! :)
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
Your laptop is designed to use 32-bit due to its compactness, so you need to get a 32-bit version of Windows 7. Since your laptop is not designed to handle power-intensive applications such as AutoCAD, ArcGIS, or video editing, I would not recommend upgrading to the 64-bit version. You may also want to visit Microsoft's Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor site for helpful tips: http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windows-7/get/upgrade-advisor.aspx
Posted on Feb 10, 2010
Ill make a big assumption here : On the bottom of your laptop there is a license key - That Key will tell you which kind of opertaing system you'll have on the hidden partition and it just might say 32bit or 64bit.
Nevertheless, disregard the top part here if it does not. Restart your Laptop, keep pressing ALT and F10 together continuously after the Acer Logo until it says somemething like "Windows is loading files". It should then give you onscreen instructions - and it might just also give you the option to choose which operating system type (32/64) you want.
On another model or also others, the Recovery DVD's that come with the laptop contain this option i know for sure. When pressing F12 on startup, (if the F12 boot menu is ENABLED under "advanced tab" in the BIOS) you can choose a device to boot up from ; Choose the DVD drive and boot from your recovery DVD - When it's done loading, you should be able to choose the operating system you would like to restore on your laptop.
Last but not least, if you have a Windows 7 Installation Disk, it will prompt you for choosing 32bit or 64 bit respectively. If you have lost the original recovery DVD's, you can request them from Acer.
Posted on Jun 03, 2010
That could be a problem with the USB connection on your motherboard. This is not a big issue, if you can you just open up your CPU and locate the USB connection on the motherboard. It is not clear to me whether it is the USB ports from the front panel or it is the USB ports that are on-board (usually found at the back). If it is the USB ports from the back, the one built - in on the board, then the BIOS has to be configured again to enable Plug and Play attributes. If the ports are from front then you need to follow the cable that connects the usb port to the mother board. Disconnect and reconnect. Or check whether it is actually connected to the right port on the motherboard. Usually it is written on the motherboard.
Posted on Jun 11, 2012
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