impossible is possible

May 24, 2009 at 22:56:41
Specs: Windows vista x64, cpu
i was using a 64-bit OS on my 32-bit machine a athlon xp 2800+ with 2.00GB ram and my motherboard was A7S8X-MX which is not a 64-bit capable motherboard honestly guys i am not lying for rea l was using vista x64 , there is a patch on the internet that can skip the memory and processor checks when installing vista so i downloaded that and when i inserted the vista x64 cd i activated the patch and it skiped the processor and memory checks but i don't have vista x64 anymore because my computer crashed within a few days of installation but it did work honestly please believe me i did this is not a lie but it was not worth upgrading and i never will again because it was slow as hell it took like 30 minutes to boot and then 4 and a half hour to be ready to use and my processor was still at a 100% and then after a few days in less then a week it crashed but it was fun trying, but guys after installing that 64-bit os my computer has gone so dam slow and unresponsive how can i get it back to normal like before please help thanks

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#1
May 25, 2009 at 00:15:08
Are you taz? lol

"i am not lying for rea l was using vista x64"

No, you weren't running Vista 64. A 32-bit processor cannot run a 64-bit OS, period!

"there is a patch on the internet that can skip the memory and processor checks"

While you can force certain operating systems to skip hardware detection before installation, you cannot force an OS on a CPU that is completely incompatible.

Such a "patch" would only enable you to force-install an OS on a system that doesn't meet the minimum CPU speed (MHz) and memory requirements. For instance, you can force Windows Me to run on a 66MHz 486 with 16MB of RAM, even though the system doesn't meet Microsoft's official system requirements. WinME is a 32/16-bit OS for x86 systems, and the 486 is a 32-bit x86 CPU.

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Vista x64.
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#2
May 25, 2009 at 00:58:31
Of course it's Taz.

Just because vista 64 barely ran doesn't mean it worked. You said so yourself:

"but i don't have vista x64 anymore because my computer crashed within a few days of installation."

That is not a successful install of a 64 bit OS on a 32 bit cpu.


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#3
May 25, 2009 at 02:28:43
LOL, you ran a 64bit OS on a 32bit CPU. Thanks for the laugh.

You ran no such thing. Whatever version you ran of Vista was 32bit period and there is no such thing as a hack to run 32bit processors on a 64bit OS, because the hardware instruction set on the CPU can't recognize 64bit instructions.

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#4
May 25, 2009 at 04:06:55
yes but it crashed in a week which is a long time

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#5
May 25, 2009 at 06:03:30
Yeah, it's definitely taz. Kinda funny considering how in his other post he said he didn't care how slow it ran, even if it took a whole day just to boot...lol. How soon he changed his mind!

"after installing that 64-bit os my computer has gone so dam slow and unresponsive how can i get it back to normal"

Very simple. Wipe the hard drive & go back to XP (32-bit).


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#6
May 25, 2009 at 11:47:39
"Just because vista 64 barely ran doesn't mean it worked."

"Very simple. Wipe the hard drive & go back to XP (32-bit)."

You guys don't actually believe that he had a 64-bit OS running for even just one second on his Athlon XP, do you? It can't be done.

Socket 939
Dual core Opteron 185 @ 3.2GHz on A8N32-SLI Deluxe
4GB of CL2 PC3200
2x 8800GTS in SLI
Blu-Ray and HD-DVD
X-Fi Titanium for PCI-E
Vista x64.
Samsung 24" LCD


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#7
May 25, 2009 at 14:36:54
Jack,

Who knows. I assumed such a crack may exist, but I didn't bother doing any research on the subject. Chances are, the OS taz installed was just a 32 bit version, but who knows for sure. Perhaps I was duped...


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#8
May 25, 2009 at 14:47:28
Well if such crack does exist it's a virus LOL. There is no psosible way to run a 64bit OS on a 32bit cpu, it can't be done. No amount of software can change that.

Iron Sharpens Iron.


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