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No. It would only be a 32-bit system if it had a 32-bit kernel; 32-bit programs; 32-bit libraries (DLL's); and 32-bit drivers. That's pretty much the entire OS. To replace all that wouldn't be much different from reinstalling the OS. In fact, since there are no existing tools for it, it would take longer to do so than to reinstall. (Not sure what meaning ...
The standard Office 2013 64-bit install contains no (incompatible ActiveX) add-ons. This is saying that if you have programs in that list installed already (ie: the Compatibility Pack for the 2007 Office system) then they can/will block your install of Office 64-bit. WLL's are a specific type of add-on, which Office 64-bit does not support.
Run Process Hacker, select the Winamp process, make a right click and select "Terminator": Here you can run several ways to terminate a process.
I've done this with a Win 8.1 host, using (at various times) MS Hyper-V, VMware, and VirtualBox. Also MS Virtual PC under Win 7. It "just works". Do it. :)
Some processes show in the Details pane of Task Manager that do not appear in the Processes pane. MS/SysInternal's Process Explorer might provide you with more detail yet; if a process is balky, there's an option under the File menu to restart Process Explorer as Administrator. You may need to kill the process tree (the process and any child process), ...
I had the same issue on my machine. Check your Windows Path variable. My path linked Java via C:\ProgramData\Oracle\Java\javapath and that folder contained symlinks to the actual executables located under C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.8.0_45\bin. I deleted the the C:\ProgramData\Oracle\Java\javapath entry and replaced it with C:\Program ...
First up, make sure that your processor is 64-bit. You can figure that out with Speccy and/or Google. (If your machine isn't 64-bit, you'll never be able to run a 64-bit OS.) Go to the Microsoft Software Recovery page. Enter your 64-bit Windows 7 product key and fill out any other forms it throws at you. It'll download an ISO file, which is the image of the ...
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