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Re: XyWrite and Windows 7
- Subject: Re: XyWrite and Windows 7
- From: Bill Troop billtroop@xxxxxxxx
- Date: Mon, 30 Nov 2009 23:04:39 +0000
The bottom line is that XyWrite is 16-bit code and Windows 7 (64-bit
version) won't run 16-bit code.
So I would have had to go the XP Virtual machine route if I had
succeeded in installing 64-bit Win7? Whew! In that case I'm glad I didn't!
However, I guess this will be an issue on my next laptop, which will
presumably have 64-bit Win7.
Is there any pronounced disadvantage to running 32-bit Win7 (versus
64-bit Win7) on my current laptop, an 18-month old Dell 1720 with a
T8300, 2.40 Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo?