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Ralph Sac
10/02/11 14:23
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#183966 - To be or not to be 32bit or 64bit
Hi to all members:

About 2 years I purchased new computer because my xp laptop did not work any more.For some reason manufacturers want to only sell win7 64bit systems. I got deal on new Dell inspiron 1545 dual core processor. So I figured I just see what the advantages were of 64bit system. I don't really see that many. I though Microsoft compatibility program would take care of my software problems and I was wrong. I have Metalink Assembler that works in dos so figured I will just change the dos so looks like XP or Vista no such luck. Even though I was able to get upgrades for my 89 series programmer for the driver so I use it on my 64bit system no luck for Metalink Assembler. Is their Metalink Assembler work around for 64bit system? Or do I have use different pc just to use it. I like having all my files on one machine for programming. Has any of members to 8052 had similar problems like mine? And has anyone found any advantage to 64bit system? I like all opinions I get on this subject. Thanks in advantage for your idea's. Is their assembler that,s free or good Metalink or cheap but similar to Metalink, I don't want learn new assembler just because of Microsoft pushing 64bit machines to the stores.

Best reguards,

Ralph Sac

List of 41 messages in thread
To be or not to be 32bit or 64bit      Ralph Sac      10/02/11 14:23      
   64-bit      Per Westermark      10/02/11 14:43      
      the other side of the coin      Erik Malund      10/03/11 06:44      
         Megasoft Windozes - Ecological disaster?      Kalpak Dabir      10/15/11 08:24      
   There's another way ...      Richard Erlacher      10/02/11 19:27      
      2 operating systems      Mahmood Elnasser      10/03/11 00:07      
         RE: You have to partition      Andy Neil      10/03/11 00:34      
         Not necessarily the best way ...      Richard Erlacher      10/03/11 14:10      
      Maybe not      Per Westermark      10/03/11 01:36      
         What's relevant in this case ...      Richard Erlacher      10/03/11 14:17      
   Win7 x64 Prof. wih Vitual PC      KONSTANTINOS L. ANGELIS      10/03/11 03:46      
      Hard to beleive      Mahmood Elnasser      10/03/11 04:32      
         win7 Virtualization      KONSTANTINOS L. ANGELIS      10/03/11 08:08      
      Sounds highly unlikely to me!      Andy Neil      10/03/11 07:26      
         It's pretty much true.      Christoph Franck      10/24/11 03:04      
      Gotcha on XP VM on Win7      Oliver Sedlacek      10/24/11 04:18      
         Virtualization      KONSTANTINOS L. ANGELIS      10/24/11 07:53      
   I'd be interested to know, too!      Andy Neil      10/03/11 07:35      
      about a year ago      Erik Malund      10/03/11 07:49      
         win7 Dell and virtualization      KONSTANTINOS L. ANGELIS      10/03/11 08:19      
            HA - this is hilarious        Erik Malund      10/03/11 08:27      
               win7 virtualization      KONSTANTINOS L. ANGELIS      10/03/11 08:48      
                  how does what I "have to do"      Erik Malund      10/03/11 09:41      
                     PC XT @10MHz      KONSTANTINOS L. ANGELIS      10/03/11 13:05      
                        how about staying with the issue      Erik Malund      10/03/11 13:27      
                        None of my Windows stuff that runs on the oldtimers ...      Richard Erlacher      10/03/11 14:29      
                  Ever heard of VMWare?      Richard Erlacher      10/03/11 14:21      
            Real world often less ideal      Per Westermark      10/03/11 09:23      
               context is everything.      Andy Peters      10/03/11 11:50      
                  Of course context is important - but which meaning intended?      Per Westermark      10/03/11 11:58      
                     Workstations      KONSTANTINOS L. ANGELIS      10/03/11 12:47      
                  The case is pretty ugly, though      Andy Neil      10/03/11 13:29      
                     Kewl fan lights      Oliver Sedlacek      10/24/11 08:35      
                  I have to agree ...      Richard Erlacher      10/03/11 14:37      
   4+GB of RAM.      Christoph Franck      10/24/11 02:35      
      You just need more than 4GB      Per Westermark      10/24/11 03:02      
         I haven't really noticed that      Richard Erlacher      10/24/11 09:09      
            Not machines      Per Westermark      10/24/11 09:57      
         stuff that needs RAM      Andy Peters      10/24/11 13:29      
            Few non-specialist programs needs lots of RAM      Per Westermark      10/24/11 15:23      
               Even software that doesn't use the RAM itself profits.      Christoph Franck      10/25/11 04:25      

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