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I have windows 7 64 bit but am having issues & doing research a lot of people r saying to switch to 32 bit but how??
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  1. Please be more specific. What type of issues are you experiencing?
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    I have windows 7 64 bit but am having issues & doing research a lot of people r saying to switch to 32 bit but how??



    The only way to switch would be to uninstall Windows 7 completely and buy a new copy of the 32 bit version. Them if you have a 64 bit computer, it won't work at all so it's better to post some more details of what's going wrong.

  3. 32 bit will work on a 64 bit computer.

    But, there's no reason to switch to 32 bit. There are perhaps a few issues with 64 bit Windows 7 versus 32 bit, but they're limited to an occasional driver or program issue.

    Describe what problems you're having and we'll be able to help you narrow down to a true solution.
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