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How can I tell if any of my drivers are 64 bit capable?


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deathtoal2

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I need to know as I can install a 64-Bit OS.
Is there a way to check if any of the drivers come in a 64-Bit version
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If you are currently running 32-bit, then those are the drivers currently installed. To check for 64-bit drivers, you need to go out to your hard maker's websites and looks for 64-bit drivers.
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ok thank you.
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