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    windows 7, 32 bit or 64 bit?

    What would be best for the car Win 7 32bit or 64 ??

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    This has been covered. Search.

    I'll help you this time...

    http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/road...-use-rr-2.html

    The last 4 or 5 posts on the second page should set you straight.
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    Win 7 32bit

    I think you should use win 7 32bit.
    Because, I have a Asus F80Q, I install win 7 64bit, and dont have driver for it.
    Bluetooth, webcam is not work.

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    32 bit if you just want a system that works.

    64 bit if you like playing with the latest and greatest and are willing to deal with setbacks like ohenri100 just described.

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    Yeah I wish I had known about all the issues before jumping into 64 version. I figured hey, it'll see all my 4g of ram... and maybe perform faster, but I come accross issue over issue with drivers. Some I've figured out. Now i'm stuck on trying to get bluetooth to work properly in CF 3.1. I'd def buy the 32 now

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    Supposedly your software key will work with either 32 or 64. You might borrow a 32 bit disk and consider rebuilding your system. A carPC is about the worst place to install 64 bit. There's only downside.

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    That's good idea! I heard of that once before but wasn't sure about it. I might start asking around for a 32bit disk now to try it out. Going in an SSD drive so shouldn't take too long to redo everything

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