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Dorthy Dorthy
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A customer has an older 16-bit game and some newer 32-bit games. The customer is considering upgrading to 64-bit Windows 7. Will there be any issues with this? If so, what are they and how might they be resolved?
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The 16-bit application might not work in the 64-bit Windows environment. The 32-bit application should work. Check the software application manufacturers website or search the Internet for others that might have upgraded. After Windows is installed, the person can try using the Program Compatibility Wizard or downloading and using the Windows XP mode tool.
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