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rshaffer61

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No if you have a 32 bit OS system disk then you would have to purchase a 64 bit version. A 32 bit system will see all 4 gigs but only utilize about 3.5 gigs.
Being that you are dealing with Vista you will most likely have to reregister anyway due to the change of hardware. If you have no problem with formatting and doing a fresh install and have backup of all your important data. I would say go for it. Then you will have a system that can run as smoothly as possible and installing one piece of software at a time, you can then test each and make sure there are no issues before moving to the next.
Let me know how it goes and as always I will be here if you need assistance
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Ok thanks rshaffer61 :)
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