All Core 2 processors are 64bit. Only the Core processors are not.
"bluefin" <desertcamel.chen@xxxxxx> wrote in message
64-bit OS supports 64-bit CPUs, check out whether your Intel Core is
On Jul 3, 5:46 pm, Suney <gu...@xxxxxx-email.com> wrote:
> Hey everyone,
> Been reading this great resource of a forum for awhile but have not
> been registered, until a few days ago when i started seeking solutions
> to a problem i'm having with the installtion of my OS on my new system.
> The problem: The installation just stops after loading all the Windows
> files after booting from the DVD. Everything loads ok (seemingly) but
> then there's just this blue/green screen and i get no further. Mouse is
> movable however so it's not quite frozen either (confusing).
> I have currently got an installation of XP Pro 32-bit running perfectly
> and it has shows no problems with the hardware, which is as follows:
> # Intel Core 2 QUAD Q6600 2.4GHz 8MB FSB1066
> # Asus P5K/EPU iP35 4DDR2-DIMM 2PCI 4PCIe SATA Audio GB-LAN Firewire
> Socket775 ATX
> # Antec NeoPower HE High Efficiency 500W PSU
> # Sparkle GeForce 8800GT 512MB
> # Corsair TWIN2X 6400 DDR2, 4096MB (2x2048) CL5
> # Seagate Barracuda 300 GB SATA-300 (x2)
> The full name of the new OS is Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium SP1
> 64-bit SWE OEM, which I got with the new pc i purchased.
> BIOS has been upgraded to the latest version, I have tried with only
> running 1 (one) memory module (2gb), but still this problem persists. I
> have yet to try the Slipstream SP1 Tutorial that I've found on this
> forum, as I still think it's a Vista vs hardware compatibility issue.
> But any help or pointers would be fantastic, as it's a real bother that
> I can't use this product I've paid for and which I was really excited
> Thanks alot.