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How to change the compactibility ( or something ) to 32 bit cause i have 64 and i want to change it to 32 but dont know how...

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Locate the Game.exe game is the name of the game, Once you have located the installed launcher for the game simply right click on the Games icon and select Run in mode... Follow instructions here and you will be ok.

http://www.techocrunch.com/how-to-use-compatibility-mode-to-run-old-softwares-and-games-in-vista/

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Hello Roy,

Did you install Windows 7 32 bit or 64 bit?

You can check by right clicking on "computer" then click on properties.

Then check System Type.

If it says 32 bit and you want to have 64 bit, you should INSTALL windows 7 64 bit on your system.


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if you go to

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Highlight computer but dont open it
then right click it and go to properties
it should open a box showing you the system properties of your laptop
and about have way down it will tell you if you are running a 32-bit or a 64-bit system
then when you choose the adobe flash choose the one that is for your system 32 or 64

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But if you are running a 64 bit system on windows 7 i dont think flash will work in 64-bit internet explorer

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and use that one

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better check with the product site for 32 bit compact ability.

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To use the 32bit and 64 bit operating system I request you to follow the below steps :

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