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You can put Windows 8.1 x86-x64 AIO on a USB stick and it will boot. You have the option of selecting between the 32 bit and the 64 bit Windows installation. If you select the 64 bit option it will try to install it, given that your device has a 64 bit processor, but since it has a 32 bit UEFI firmware, winload.efi will crack because it expects a 64 bit ...


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How to make the mouse movement slower in Linux Mint Rebecca in the lower left of the tray, click Menu in Menu: (all can get you to Mouse and Trackpad) --either-- type Mouse in the search at the top select Mouse and Trackpad --or-- select System Settings in the Favorites sidebar in System Settings look for the Hardware category select Mouse and ...


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Please take a look at this article, here’s how to configure Mouse / Trackstick / Touchpad in Linux Mint / Ubuntu using GPointingDeviceSettings: Issue the following command at the terminal – sudo apt-get install gpointing-device-settings After the installation is complete, click on ‘Menu>System>Preferences>Pointing devices’ to launch the utility. You can ...


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I think the problem you're running into is due to 64-bit Windows having a feature for 32-bit processes called folder redirection. This causes the path to go from %windir%\system32 to %windir%\sysWOW64 There is a workaround but it's been awhile since I've used it. In the full path to call cscript, use this: %WinDir%\Sysnative This should allow the ...


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First question should be: is there a reasonable argument to go to Win8 for you? And what version of Windows are you using at the moment. If 32bit Win7 - why not upgrade to Win7 x64 - it most probably improve your PC performance and won't introduce anything new (Windows 8 build) that can possibly affect your day-to-day activities/software. Although there is ...


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Virustotal If more inforamtions are wanted than just the target machine (x86, x64, ia64), I use Virustotal. The analysis includes also the PE exports, PE imports and the TrID.


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you can also use the file tool from within the msys bundle of mingw. It works like the unix command. Similar works the file tool from GNUwin32.


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I have an Acer Aspire 7720G, with a Core 2 Duo T9300 CPU 2.5GHz, NVIDIA GeForce 9600GT 1GB and 4GB RAM. It came with windows vista 32-bit. After that I installed Windows 7 32-bit, and now I have the 64-bit version installed. 64-bit has better performance. Not only from the bit perspective, but also you get to use the full 4GB of RAM. You get also a wider ...


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Some other answers have hinted that 4 GiB of memory is the minimum for a 64-bit o/s, but I have not found any support for that, and maybe some contraindication. I have a Lenovo R61 laptop which came with 1 GiB of RAM. I run Fedora spins of Linux, at first not realizing this has a 64-bit CPU, so I installed 32-bit Linux. Of course, Linux ran just fine, ...



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