Re: 64 bit Vista installation issue

Are you sure your CPU supports the Intel EMT64 instruction set which is required to run 64bit vista? I could not find any reference that stated that it did.
Are you saying that the Vista32 bit installation DVD will not boot on your system? That is strange since you can install either 32bit or 64bit Vista on a 64 Bit capable system.
What format is your disk formatted in?

"baldmonkey" <guest@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:0913f80350e4d5867a03b93cb0cdaf2f@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

I would do that, but the disk will not run in a 32 bit environment; and
when I try to boot from the dvd, it doesn't even get that far.



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