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Old 07-10-2007, 03:13 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Default Re: Windows Vista 64 bit?

64 bit is fine with me so far games include:

Half life 2, episode 1 CSS etc
Vampire masquerade bloodlines
Supreme commander
Rise of nations
Quake 4
Homeworld 2
Eve online
Company of heroes
c&c the first decade
Battlefield 2 + special forces

And software so far works fine including stuff like:
vista codec packs
Open office
deamon tools
Adobe applications = photoshop , premiere etc
Adaware SE 2007

All of these are the latest versions though as i believe older versions of nero dont work well with vista. I find if something has a problem the way to fix it is to go into its properties, choose run as administrator and with some games if it fails to load picking run in windows xp sp2 mode it`ll work fine.

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