Re: Windows 7 32 bit or 64 bit
Well if I had believed what Hp told me on its websight,it did not supporttoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
windows 7, but the man who sold me the laiser printer uses it himself, he
also makes computers, ,,he said get the vista driver,so long as it is 64
bit it will be fine. He was right,, the printer was bought in 2005 and not
given me any trouble regards dorothy
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On Behalf Of Richard Holloway
Sent: 31 July 2011 05:12
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: Windows 7 32 bit or 64 bit
Specifically, the drivers for the printer would be the issue to check on,
but I'd be surprised if there is not a fix by now.
On Jul 30, 2011, at 6:40 PM, Crystal French wrote:
Thanks, Steve, for the link to the FAQ's. I'm going to go read this.Pro embosser will have to be considered.
leads you to believe.
if you then decide to upgrade to a 64-bit version of windows, you'll need to
backup your files and do a custom installation. Because of the added
benefits of being able to utilize more memory, unless you have a specific
reason where you need to stay with a 32-bit version, it just doesn't make
much sense. Most existing applications will work with Win 7 64-bit edition.
If an older app won't work, I'd be very amazed if it would work with any
version of Windows 7 at all. I think the only alternative for getting an
app that won't work in Win 7 at all to work would be to get Windows 7 Pro or
Ultimate and run it in Xp Mode. You may need to run a different
screen-reader like NVDA in XP mode, I seem to recall that there were some
difficulties running Jaws in XP mode in Win 7 professional. Now, you may
have some older hardware that may have Win 7 32-bit drivers but not 64-bit
drivers, in that case, you may want to stick with Win 7 32-bit edition.
64 bit editions
to 64-bit, this is correct if and only if you have a 64-bit capable CPU. You
can see if you do under the system performance tab in Vista or Win 7, or if
you use XP, just right-click the my computer icon and look under properties.
It will say 64-bit capable if it is.
theTo: "'The Jaws for Windows support list.'" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
thatway of the future, alongside Windows 7. Several listers voiced concern
functionsome older applications that haven't been updated for years won't
Plus.on a 64-bit machine. I think of those useful little programs at Debbie
oneSome listers indicate that it should work on a 64-bit machine, but no
Heusing a 64-bit machine with the Dectalk has posted confirmation.
don'thas never misinformed me, so I take this statement to be true, but I
arrives,recall anyone posting about doing such an upgrade on the list.
whenI plan to install the 32-bit version with a view to upgrading to 64-bit
often.On Behalf Of Crystal French
bit or 64 bit?
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