Everytime i try to play some of my games it says it needs 128 bits also when I go to microsoft to try and download critical updates it gives me a error with 0X800C0005 also cant long into yahoomail. Someone please help
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Play online and Windows version will be handled by the web site. It does not matter which windows version you are using. The game runs by the engine on the web site. The same game on steam game site: http://store.steampowered.com/agecheck/app/13500/
other than getting a version of xp put on to the system you cant do much if you have a version of disk and product key and have plenty of rom and hdd space you can use virtual pc from http://www.microsoft.com/windows/virtual-pc/ its free software from microsoft its good software and it does'nt effect your computers original system ive had the same problem i have vista as well its a pain
http://www.microsoft.com/whdc/system/platform/server/PAE/PAEmem.mspx here is a chart for how much vista can address Edition of Windows Vista Maximum addressable memory
Any 32-bit version of Vista editions
Approximately 3.3 GB
Home Basic 64-bit
Home Premium 64-bit
128 GB hope this answers your question and then some i included all operation systems since you didn't specify
it sounds as if your MoBo is seeing the video adapter as a source of ram. if that is the case, then installing memory in units of 1Gb will cause a stick to not be seen, therefore utilized. you may want to refer to you manual for memory limits and poosible comparibility issues. they are usually quite in depth. also, make sure that they are all the same make model and speed. these issues have wreaked havoc on the prettiest of pc's.
usually windows 98 computers have this problem. if you go onto microsofts site and look for windows 98 media player updates then it should sort this problem. otherwise you coud do one of the following:
- purchase windows xp from pc world or somewhere simular or otherwise just download from the internet using a download program called a bit torrent tracker ( a program which lets you download software and things for free....which is on the slide if you know what i mean)
- check that the volume on media player is set to play out