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BlueFlame    1

Windows XP x64.

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+M2Ys4U    97

XP 32-bit.

I might go x64 when (if) I upgrade to Vista, but at the moment I can't afford Vista

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s3pHiX    0

XP Pro SP2 32bit -- on a Lenovo Z61M Thinkpad.

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Jimmy0    38

32Bit XP here.

Will be getting 64Bit Vista when I get a new PC within the next month (hopefully).

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knightryderrwn    0
32Bit XP here.

Will be getting 64Bit Vista when I get a new PC within the next month (hopefully).

32bit Vista Home Premium for me.

Bob

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Yusuf M.    1,362

Windows Vista Home Premium (32-bit).

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Axon    1

Mac OS X 10.5 64 bit

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hagjohn    2,222

Vista 64bit (desktop)

OS X 32bit (laptop)

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thollian    0

Desktop 1: Windows Vista Ultimate 32-bit

Desktop 2: Mac OS X 10.4 (32-bit)

Laptop 1: Windows Vista Ultimate 32-bit

Laptop 2: Windows XP Professional 32-bit

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Chris123NT    361

Vista Ultimate x64 on all my systems here.

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Haloe    0

32-bit XP Pro

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+LogicalApex    1,747
32bit programs run fine on a 64bit OS. A game running on a 32bit OS will run on a 64bit one. Basically, any game you can run on Vista 32bit I can run on Vista 64bit. The only possible problem could be drivers, but that has to do with what the manufacturer provides the consumer with.

Ditto! I've been running Vista 64 for almost 2 months now and not a single problem or incompatibility with anything! Every game I install runs well... As Slimy said if it will run on Vista 32 it will run on Vista 64 ;)

Vista Ultimate x64 here ;)

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Rob    20

XP Pro 32-bit.

I don't own any 64-bit hardware, nor do I have any plans or money to upgrade at present.

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Brian M.    778

Vista Ult x64 on all desktops, with 32 bit on my laptop due to Dell's lack of driver support.

Also have 10.5 x64 on my mbp.

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Menge    33

Server: Windows Server 2003 32-bits

My Laptop: Mac OS X 10.5 64-bits

Mom's Laptop: Windows XP Home 32-bits

so 32-bits still wins. All machines are on 64-bits capable hardware. Just... i find support poor.

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tiagosilva29    952

32 bit on my laptop; 64 bit (x2) on my desktop.

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Crazysah    7

32-bit XP SP2 on my desktop and 32 or 64-bit (I don't know) Vista on my lapytop.

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Gangsta    1

33-bit XPMCE SP2 on my primary machine (a laptop, actually). I have a copy of Vista Home Premium, but I had driver problems and reinstalled XP. Problem is, unless Dell packs 64-bit OS's on their OEM disks, I can't even install x64. I wonder if it's illegal to torrent an x64 DVD and use my OEM key on it... if that's even possible. After all, when i pay for Vista, I am only paying for a license, not the actual media...

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.Neo    1,834

Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard on a latest Core 2 Extreme iMac. So I guess that qualifies as 64-bit.

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bgood1    0

32 bit Vista Ultimate

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ponytail    5

XP Home 32 bit on the upstairs desktop

OS X 32 bit on mac mini and powerbook g4

Vista Home Premium on my primary desktop

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Barney T.    2,336
I personally run Vista x64.

Ditto, 64-bit Vista Business, plus 64-bit Debian (my fav of all time :D )

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TheNay    1

Windows XP 64bit and Windows Vista 64bit (dual booting but use XP as primary, Vista only as test bed)

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WICKO    0

Tri-Booting XP 32, XP 64, and Vista Business 32

I'm wary about dropping XP 32 completely, just because of compatibility issues. I develop in Visual Studio, and Eclipse (for Ada class) and I'm worried I'll run into problems coding, and the last thing i need is to spend hours on a bug thats a compatibility fault. I'll have to look into it though...

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mycoolkim    30

I use the good old Legit :fun: Windows XP Professional SP2 32bit

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