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Judging by the icon in your screenshot: It looks like the file you downloaded is corrupted, or just not completed. Once downloaded the icon should appear as the Java logo, and the file size should be ~187MB. Try downloading the file again (PS: jdk-8u92-windows-x64.exe exists now).


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32 bit systems have supported more than 4 GB of RAM for well over a decade, through the use of PAE. That said, the specs say that your computer's maximum supported memory capacity is 4 GB, so it's 4GB, and what the chipset supports doesn't much matter. It might be a BIOS limitation, it might be that the system board only supports a maximum DIMM size of ...


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The chipset supports some 64 bit chips, and if you had a 64 bit capable chip you certainly could. This chipset's around the time intel made the transition, and from checking a random sampling many of the chips it supports are 64 bit. However at the time the system was released, 64 bit windows wasn't really a thing. I suspect most systems ran xp, and 64 bit ...


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70° is too hot for an AMD chip. Also youre saying that you have a "big and effective radiator" on your CPU. If your temperatures are still this high, there is something wrong with your cooler installation. AMD’s specification of 61°C-70°C is for maximum allowed case temperature (a thermocouple measurement taken on top of the CPU lid); however, one will ...



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