Is a 32MB cache hard drive compatible with a windows 7 64mb Tags: Windows 7 Cache Hard Drives Compatibility Windows XP Last response: June 19, 2011 6:09 PM in Windows XP Share chuck_33 June 19, 2011 3:24:35 PM is a 32MB cache hard drive compatible with a windows 7 64mb More about : 32mb cache hard drive compatible windows 64mb Cyberat_88 June 19, 2011 6:09:59 PM Cache has nothing to do with OS bits, it's just so the HD can use to work faster, the more the better. There should be no problem using any HD on the market with Win7. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedIs a 64mb cache drive compaible with an older 32mb cache drive? Forum Difference between 32mb cache and 64mb cache hard disks Forum SolvedSeagate 750GB Barracuda 32MB, WD Blue 750GB 32MB or 64mb Hard drive for daily computing and gaming. Forum Solvedhard drive cache 64MB to 128MB is it better? Forum SolvedIs there a noticable difference between a 16mb cache hard drive and a 64mb cache hard drive? Forum Is a 128MB hard drive cache worth the extra price over 64MB? Forum Western Digital Caviar Green 1.5TB Hard Disk Drive SATA 32MB Cache (WD Forum How to make element 3 5 hdd external hard drive compatible to windows 7 Forum SolvedNew hard drive, windows 7 compatable? Forum SolvedHelp partitioning hard drive to NTFS and intalling windows 7 (NO OS ON HARD DRIVE) Forum SolvedWindows 7 not recogning full hard drive space Forum SolvedLost hard drive raid when reinstall windows 7 Forum SolvedHow do I install Windows 7 on a blank Hard Drive Forum SolvedHow to move copy of Windows 7 from hard drive to SSD Forum SolvedHow to Reformat hard drive, And install Windows 7? Forum Window7 quick format reduced flash drive capacity from 16GB to 64MB Forum SolvedHow do I install windows 7 onto a new hard drive without cd or DVD but I have the product key on the back of my old laptop bec Forum SolvedFormat a Ubuntu Hard Drive on Windows 7? Forum SolvedI just changed my hard drive on my PC but now I can not install windows 7 Forum Solvedwindows 7 data transfer utility - can I clone the computer hard drive to a backup HD for use in case of HD failure or do I ne Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !