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Old 10-07-2007, 07:59 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Anyways there is no way to get around this barrier. It is a limit in every 32 Bit os from Microsoft, Linux and Apple. Apple is pretty much strictly 64 Bit now. So it isnt a problem for them. But for hte Linux and Windows user there is nothing to do but upgrade. Lionux donesnt have a 64 Bit distro as far as i know so the only real answer. XP X64 or Vista X64.

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Vista 32 bit will work also...

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Vista 32 bit will work also...
no it won't

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