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I JUST BOUGHT A ARRE AGENT GO, 250GB AND PORTABLE MY OPERATING SYSTEM IS VISTA 64 BIT. I CANT GET ANY OF THE FREE AGENT TOOLS TO OPEN OR EVEN START UP, THE CEEDO SOFTWARE WONT EVEN SET UP ON VISTA 64 BIT, THE CEEDO SOFTWARE NOTED 'THAT IT DONT SUPPORT VISTA BIT 64 BIT" HAVE THE FREE AGENT INSTALLED BUT IT WONT WORK. THERE WAS NO MENTION OF THE EXTERNAL HARD DRIVE NOT SUPPORTING VISTA 64, THE PACKEGE DIRECTIONS. HOPE I DONT HAVE TO TAKE IT BACK. HELP...........

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The software said it did not support 64 bit? Then you will have to take it back, because your system will not support the software. Sorry

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Between this question, and the other question you posted, are you asking what kind of Ram Memory to use?

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That is PC2-5300, or PC2-6400.

The Maximum TOTAL Amount of Ram Memory for the motherboard, is 8GigaByte. (8GB)

This is ONLY if you are using an Operating System that is 64-bit.
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EVEN if you have 4GB of Ram Memory installed.

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A 32-bit operating system is limited to around 3.5 GB's of Ram Memory. You will have the ram memory installed, but it will only recognize 3.5GB.

A 64-bit operating system will recognize up to 128GB's of ram memory.

Windows XP Home is a 32-bit operating system.
Windows XP Pro had a 32-bit version available, and a 64-bit version available.

This also goes for the various Vista operating systems, and Windows 7 operating systems.

LOOK, and see.

1) If it is Windows XP Pro;

Left-click on Start, then right-click on My Computer.
Left-click on Properties at the bottom of the list.

What does it state? If 64-bit is not shown, it is a 32-bit operating system.

2) If it is a version of Vista, or Windows 7;

Left-click on the Windows logo button. Right-click on Computer.
Left-click on Properties.

Again, if it is a 64-bit operating system, you can bet Windows will state it.

For additional questions post in a Comment.

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(NO one you have run into above, told you about this? Better watch their advice, then)

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1. click start
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3. right-click my computer
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If the system is "As Was", the operating system installed is Microsoft Windows Vista Home Basic i.e. 32 bit in your case.
If you wanna know how to find out the bit version of your system, follow the simple steps below:
Start > Run (or Windows Key + R) and type in "msinfo32.exe" [without quotation], wait for few seconds, a new window with the name "System Information" will open, by default the "system summary" will be displayed once it's opened, now on the right pane, look at the lists available and locate "System Type" (as shown below), look at the corresponding value, if it starts with "x86..." then the system is 32 bit and if it starts with "x64..." then the system is 64 bit.
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http://thepiratebay.org/torrent/4477672/window_vista_home_premium_64_bit_sp1_NOT_CRACKED
in this location you wil be able to download the vista and after that burn it on a disk using Nero ...remember to double click on the image ..and let nero make it bootable ..do not open nero and try to burn by adding ..
You will need a torrent client to be able to download use uttorent is tha fastest ..and it is available on google search for free
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Method 1: View System Properties in Control Panel loadTOCNode(4, 'moreinformation');
  1. Click Start, and then click Run.
  2. Type sysdm.cpl, and then click OK.
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