Updating m1710 to vista 64 bit

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is it worth getting 4GB and also can someone recommend a place to get some descent sticks of memory Thanks Tim What OS are you using? If you have a 64-bit OS it will recognize the full 4gb.If you are using XP 2gb will probably be fine, if Vista you may want to consider 3. Well, according to Newegg, it'll cost you around 100 dollars for two 2 gig sticks: I'd say that if you can afford it, you'll notice a increased with response time in general, and it certainly will make a difference with photoshop and other rendering programs.Well I wanted to write a better How-To that would answer many questions that people had from my previous How-To.I am writing this guide for a novice user, who doesn’t know much about the various commands that went into my previous article.If you don't plan on messing with your clock settings (doubt you can anyway) just get the value RAM.Update : If you are looking for a guide to Dual Boot Windows Vista and Mac OSX Leopard, please follow this guide Hack Attack : Dual Boot Leopard and Windows Vista.If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Technet Web site.More details Intel Intel(R) PRO/Wireless 3945ABG Network Connection, v.10.5.1.0 (TIC125444), A08 Installer package for driver version 10.5.1.72 and PROSet/Wireless utility version 10.5.1.182 supporting Intel(R) PRO/Wireless 3945ABG Network Connection Wireless LAN Mini Card.

Yes I know you can “disable this and uninstall that”, but that is not the point. Yes you are right and normally I would whole heartily agree but my life is pretty busy right now and the thought of digging out all my old software install disks, rightly or wrongly so, was enough for me to give an in-place install a try, on a laptop that was pretty clean anyway).

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