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I am running the 64 Bit RC of Windows 7, and am having an issue...
My Athlon 64 X2 is seen by the system as a dual core CPU, but the system only seems to use 1 core...
CPUz shows it also as a dual core, and at the bottom for Processor 1 it shows 1 core and 1 processor...
Task Manager and resource monitor only show 1 CPU graph as well...
I have done both an upgrade from Vista Ultimate and a clean install, downloaded all updates etc.
Both have the same issues...
Vista Ultimate 64, Ubuntu Linux 9.04 and XP Pro all see both cores and utilize them.
I have set power management to performance and set CPU power management to passive and still no go.
Any and all assistance appreciated.
Thank You,
Dave




I knew going to XP from W2K was going to be a pain and so it is proving.
I have just purchased a new Dell machine. It has an AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 4000+ processor. Now, silly me, I just thought this meant I'd purchased a 64 bit machine. But it seems that things are not quite that simple. Looking at the Microsoft site and following the advice on How to determine if you are running a 32 bit or 64 bit operating system, (Start | Run winmsd.exe, look at the processor entry) and if it starts X86 you're running a 32 bit version, I find that teh entries for both processors start with X86; hence it's 32 bit.
How can this be? What 's the point of a 64 bit processor if it ain't got a 64 bit operating system? I think I've interpreted MS correctly on one of its pages where it appears to say that 64 bit XP only runs on Intel Itanium processors. Is that a correct interpretation?
And if so, why the is Dell selling configurations with 64 bit processors? (I didn't specify this processor - I just chose a Dimension E521 config and that's what it has - no choice unless I wanted to upgrade to a faster(!) processor)

Also, I am failing completely to connect my GPS to my digital mapping software on this new box. It works perfectly on my old PC, so is this a manifestation of some 32/64 bit problem?
Help, please, loungers.
Silverback




Hows it going guys?
I recently just had windows xp service pack 3 32bit on my PC but then I chose to upgrade last second, literally, to Windows 7 64 bit build 7100.0.090421. I downloaded it straight from Microsoft using their downloader, burnt it using a dvd-r writer and imgburn @ 4x speed. And everything seemed okay. I put it in my PC, booted from disk, formatted my harddrive so I would have a blank for windows 7 and I installed it. The first thing I noticed was it took a while to load up to the time menu, I guess thats normal. So onto installing, everything worked while installing and then the final reboot came on and when it says "Starting Windows" the screen will seem to flash real quick and it will be a frozen screen with "Starting windows" and the frozen windows icon above it. I've restarted it, tried to put it in last good config mode, safe mode (which won't do because setup can not complete in windows), ive tried burning it again and re-installing (3 times, 1 with an entire new burn), and I also tried "repair windows." .. my specs are below..

Antec Nine Hundred Case

AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+ Brisbane 3.1GHz Socket AM2 Dual-Core

PNY GeForce 9800 GTX+ 512MB XLR8

CORSAIR 4GB (2 x 2GB)

OCZ StealthXStream 700W Power Supply




First of I'd like to say hi to all as im a newbie on the forum
Well I'm all out of ideas with my dilemma. I have a amdx2 64 dual core +5200 installed and for some strange reason, all i can install now is xp pro sp3 media edition/xp pro sp3 and xp pro sp3 64bit edition. Before I had an amd sempron in and could install windows vista/7 32 bit or 64. Now it freezes when at completion screen. I have followed other peoples advice, by removing all my usb and peripherals that are not needed and it still freezes on completion. My bios is 2006 and i know that may be my problem. I can find my bios update without a problem and when i tried to flash it. It said failed due to a jumper on the mobo locking the bios. My pc Specs are as follows

Acer Aspire T180-D97Z
AMD Athlon 64 x2 Dual Core +5200
Ram 2x 1gig and 1x 2 gig DDR II at 800mhz
Sata 400 gig internal Harddrive
1TB External Drive
Brisbane
Socket AM2 (940)
Mobo is MCP61SM-AM (EM61SM/EM61PM)
Chipset Nvidia MCP61 A2
Bios Phoenix Technology LTD RO1-A4 12/19/2006
Graphics PCI-E x16
Nvidia Geforce 8500 1gig DDR II

can anyone please help as im all out of ideas. Thnx for the time to read this




I have another issue. Before I got windows 7, I was this current setup:

AMD Athlon 64 X2 5000+
4 x 1GB Kingston Value ram DDR2800 running in dual channel (While the model number is the same, 2 sticks are low profile the other are normal height)
Biostar TA690G-AM2 motherboard
ATI-Radeon HD4830 video card

This setup has worked fine with WIndows XP Pro 32-bit, XP Pro x64, and Vista 32-bit. I haven't tried Vista x64. However 7 doesn't like it. It seems whenever I put all 4 sticks of memory in all 4 slots, Windows bluescreens on startup. Windows will not start with all 4 sticks in. However if I just use 2 sticks in dual channel, or 3 sticks in single channel it works fine.

My theory is its not liking the 2 pairs of sticks being different and dual-channel being enabled. But it worked fine with 3 other versions of windows... why doesn't Windows 7 like it? Oh and btw before anyone asks theres no option in BIOS to turn off dual channel, the only way to turn it off is to put an uneven number of sticks in and break it manually.

Oh and btw I'm running Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit. If anyone can offer me some advice that doesn't involve buying new memory I'd apprecieate it, as DDR2 just skyrocketed recently. My 2 pairs only cost my $40 alltogether a year ago, now I'm looking at a minimum of $70 to get 4GB again!




Hi, i cant install any OS and i think the problem is the BIOS. I have tried many different hard drives and its doest work.. Also tried different installations.. My Windows was getting slow, so i tried to reinstall and now the OS i gone and cant install any OS. Ive tried Win 7 And XP.

AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual core 6000+
Asus M2A-VM
Nvidia 8600 GT




I am trying to install the Windows 7 RC 64-bit as a fresh install. I am coming from a Windows XP Home Edition. I backed up all my important data and restarted and booted to the Windows 7 RC DVD. I chose custom install and then formatted the partition (only took like 5 seconds. Strange) and continued with the install. It took about ~20 minutes and then restarts. The installation reads "Completing Installation" and then auto-restarts again. This time, I get the screen that says Windows was shut down incorrectly and it gives me the option to start in safe mode or normal. I start in normal (and tried safe mode) and then when Windows 7 loads up I get a message that says "The computer restarted unexpectedly or encountered an unexpected error. Windows installation cannot proceed. To install Windows, click OK to restart the computer, and then restart the installation." Anybody have success beating this problem?

PS. I ran the Windows 7 Advisor program and passed.

Specs:

AMD Athlon 64 X2 4400+
2gb DDR2 Ram
350gb Hard Drive
NVIDIA Geforce 8600GT
Creative Sound Blaster Live




Hows it going guys?
I recently just had windows xp service pack 3 32bit on my PC but then I chose to upgrade last second, literally, to Windows 7 64 bit build 7100.0.090421. I downloaded it straight from Microsoft using their downloader, burnt it using a dvd-r writer and imgburn @ 4x speed. And everything seemed okay. I put it in my PC, booted from disk, formatted my harddrive so I would have a blank for windows 7 and I installed it. The first thing I noticed was it took a while to load up to the time menu, I guess thats normal. So onto installing, everything worked while installing and then the final reboot came on and when it says "Starting Windows" the screen will seem to flash real quick and it will be a frozen screen with "Starting windows" and the frozen windows icon above it. I've restarted it, tried to put it in last good config mode, safe mode (which won't do because setup can not complete in windows), ive tried burning it again and re-installing (3 times, 1 with an entire new burn), and I also tried "repair windows." .. my specs are below..

Antec Nine Hundred Case

AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+ Brisbane 3.1GHz Socket AM2 Dual-Core

PNY GeForce 9800 GTX+ 512MB XLR8

CORSAIR 4GB (2 x 2GB)

OCZ StealthXStream 700W Power Supply

Im sure its not the disc, or the disc drive haha.




hello, my computer has an amd athlon 64 x2 processor and am2 (i forgot the model) motherboard, and i was able to install windows vista before i noticed that it stinks and installed xp again, then i was trying to install windows 7 (spanish, english, x86, x64, ultimate, home premium, etc), the setup runs and finishes correctly, when the computer has to restart it does and it resumes the setup, but after finishing the computer restarts for last time but it doesnt boot, it just appear a blinking white cursor in a black screen but it doesnt do anything, what is happening? what can i do?
thanks




Please help!!! I am unable to access Internet through LAN after installing Widows 7 64 bit Ultimate Edition on my PC.

Earlier, I had Windows XP SP3 32 bit installed on the PC and the Internet worked fine. I did Low Level Formatting of the hard disk from using Seagate SeaTools for DOS (order of activities: short test, long test, zero fill, repair bad sectors, short test), then installed Windows 7 64 Bit ultimate edition. After installation, I opened the Device Manager and checked the Ethernet Adapter of LAN card mounted on the motherboard, it says its working properly. In Network Connections, I clicked the TCP/IP version 4 properties to the ISP provide details: subnet, gateway, DNS etc. I disabled and reenabled the ethernet adapter from the Newtork Connection and reset the modem (switched off, removed all cables, waited for a few minutes, then restarted the modem)

I am able to access Internet from the same modem on my Laptop both through LAN cable and through Wifi.

My PC configuration is AMD Athlon 64 X2 3600 processor, ASUS M2V-TVM motherboard, Realtek 8139 LAN Card (mounted in LAN slot), ADSL 2 Modem supplied by Internet Service Provider.

PLEASE HELP! I can't see my beloved desktop distanced from the amazing cyberworld........




Have Win 7 Pro 64-bit disk ready to install on a fresh hard drive to replace my old Win XP 32-bit OS. It is necessary that I first install new 64-bit bios for the motherboard in order to run 64-bit? How about the video card?

Belarc Advisor gives me these specs:
MB: AUSTek M2N-E 1.XX, 4GB RAM
BIOS: Phoenix Technologies, LTD ASUS M2N-E ACPI BIOS Revision 1202 10/29/2007 CPU: 2.50 gigahertz AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core
Video: NVIDIA GeForce 7600 GT

I ran the Windows 7 upgrade advisor, which under "Information about upgrading to 64-bit Windows" says nothing about the BIOS; just says a custom installation of Win 7 is required (i.e., no upgrade from old OS); Aero is supported, and warns me about a few old applications installed under XP. Says the GeForce 7600 GT is compatible.

ASUSTek has six iterations of updated BIOS for this motherboard, but the notes on each indicate no improvements that would appear to address my situation (updates are for new processors or devices I don't have).




Hello,

I just did a clean install of Windows 7 Ultimate x64 and I'm having a bit of a problem connecting to the internet. The Network & Sharing Center says I have an active connection and I can see packets being sent and received. However, when I open IE8 or FF no web pages can be displayed. They are in a constant state of "Waiting for Reply". To confuse things further, gadgets on my desktop are being updated with an internet connection, albeit randomly. For instance, if I change the zip code on the weather gadget and save it takes up to 15 minutes to refresh the weather for that city.

I know that I have an active internet connection because I have another computer on the same router with no issues (Windows XP). The computer I am having issues with was using Vista previously. I did a clean install to Windows 7 x64 and this is when I started having issues.

I have read in other threads that nvidia has released updated drivers but since I can not connect to the internet I can not update them through that computer. If I wanted to download drivers on the XP computer for the W7 computer, how would I know what model device I have and what drivers I would need? The Nvidia website asks for product, device and series and I have no idea how to find out what I am using so I can get the proper updates.

Here are my stats:
Windows 7 Ultimate x64
AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 5200+ 2.60GHz
4 GB RAM
NVIDIA nForce Network Controller

If more information is needed just let me know. I have scoured the internet for help with this so any and all help would be greatly appreciated!




Hi, this is my first time posting here. I'm writing this from my windows XP computer, i'll explain the reason why...

I've upgraded my main PC (which was Vista) to windows 7, and everything seemed to be working fine. However, Windows Live messenger, IE, Firefox, Opera 9 and Google Chrome will not connect to the internet/load up webpages. Also, Mozilla Thunderbird won't even load up.

I'm using ZoneAlarm firewall/antivirus but even with this completely disabled it would not connect to the internet. I'm connected to the internet through a D-Link HUB and a Netgear router. It is not the HUB or the router since my Xbox 360 (connected in the same way) can connect fine.

The strange thing is, on the network thing at the right of the task bar and in the control panel it says i'm connected to the internet and in the troubleshooter for Windows Live Messenger it fails on "Key Ports".

Any help would be great! Also, if i cannot fix this problem, is there a way to switch back to windows Vista. I don't really want to do this though since with Windows Vista i got COM Surrogate errors all the time in windows explorer and the computer would always freeze when it was trying to shut down. Also, i'm running the 32bit on a Dell computer with an AMD Athlon 64 X2 5600 processor, an ATI HD2600XT graphics card and 2gb of ram. I upgraded from Windows VIsta Home Premium 32bit. I hope that's all the information you might need!

Thankyou!




Hello All,

I'm just about done with trying to get Windows 7 to work, and more than ready to go back to Windows XP. However, before I would do that, I figured I'd start with step 1/2 of my problem, and see if I can't get it working. To the best of my googling and forum searching, I have not come across this particular issue, and I've tried many of the other solutions to see if they might alleviate my problem. No dice.

I installed Windows 7 Home Premium 64-Bit last night, fresh install (since I was upgrading from Windows XP) onto a new partition. Install went fine right up until the reboot process (Nvidia Drivers blue screen, different issue I'll ask about if this gets resolved). I've since worked around that, and windows installs fine (this is my 3rd install).

I'm installing from a DVD, burned at 1x and sector verified.

The problem I'm having is this: The Marvell ethernet controller will not connect. It will show the circle, it will attempt to connect to the router, the light at the back is flashing furiously, but there is no IP, no actual connection with the router. I've checked on the router logs, and there is no request for an IP from the computer. It will hang there until it goes into a private IP. Manually setting the IP/Gateway/DNS does not provide connectivity.

I've tried this with 2 separate routers, connecting it directly into the modem, different cables, etc. No dice.

I have updated the driver to the latest from Marvell, no solution. I've flushed the DNS, the sockets, etc. No dice. I've uninstalled and allowed windows to reinstall, same problem. I've disabled the windows firewall, same problem. I've reinstalled, same problem.

The Event Log shows EventID 101 with a descriptor of 37351. I can't even connect long enough to activate, so I don't have a PID.

Specs:

Acer M1100 (with ugraded Ram and Power Supply)

AMD Athlon 64 X2 4400+
4 Gigs of RAM
Nvidia Geforce 8800GTS
Marvell 88E8056 Networking

Any suggestions would be welcome. If you need more info, just let me know!




I am testing out Windows 7 having come from XP. My spec is as follows:

Processor: 2.20 gigahertz AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core, 256 kilobyte primary memory cache, 1024 kilobyte secondary memory cache, 64-bit ready, Multi-core (2 total), Not hyper-threaded

Motherboard: MSI AMETHYST-M 1.0, Bus Clock: 200 megahertz, BIOS: Phoenix Technologies, LTD 3.48 03/24/2006

2Gb (4 x 512Mb) RAM (DDR PC3200)

Seagate ST3300831AS Hard drive (300Gb)

NVIDIA GeForce 9500 GT 1Gb Video Card (running two screens, a 22" and a 14")

I just want things to be a bit "snappier" really, so wondered what things I might consider upgrading first, and suggestions as to what to upgrade to?

Thanks

Bryan.




This is my first post. Thank you in advance for your help.
I'm an xp vet and want to be a win 7 expert.

Using:
windows 7 evaluation copy build 7100
Amd athlon 64 x2 dual core 5000+ 2.61 ghz
2 gb ram
lite-on DVD writer
Memorex dvd+r

I had no problems using this combo with xp, but I've only been able to burn one dvd succesfully using 7.
My success came from Windows DVD Maker
I'm now trying to burn an .iso using built in software.
I am also a huge fan of ConvertXtoDVD but have not been able to burn so far.

The Error I currently have with the ISO says "The write speed for the recordable disc is either too fast or too slow for your DVD burner. Insert a recordable disc that has a different write speed, then try again."

I repeat I had NO PROBLEMS WITH XP using identical setup.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated.




I tried to install Windows 7 RC x86 several times. Every time I tried to do it, my computer froze at the very beginning of the process, still running from the DVD like here:
http://windows7forums.com/windows-7-...0000124-a.html
The moment of freezing is the same, however the stop errors (BSODs) are not.
I get IRQL NOT LESS OR EQUAL most of the time.
I got 000000d1, then 0000007e, then 000000d1 with an additional line saying netio.sys froze.
Then I pressed F8 during install, and tried to install it in safe mode. It froze with "Page Fault Found In A Non Paged Area" and stop code 00000050 three times.
The last line that was shown on screen before freezing was disk.sys all three times.

I have a perfectly functioning installation of Vista Business on another partition.
(I have perfectly functioning installations of XP Pro and Ubuntu on the second hard drive.)

Then I tried to run the installer from Vista, choosing a clean install on another (NTFS-formatted and empty) partition. The first stage of file copying was completed, at the first restart however, where Windows 7 RC created a dual-boot menu for the old Vista and for itself with the name "Windows Setup" it froze exactly as before, immediately after showing the Starting Windows screen.
This time the stop error (BSOD) message was 0000008e.
I tried twice more, the same thing happened.

I have an nForce 4 Ultra-based Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe main board with an AMD Athlon 64 X2 3800+ (2000Mhz) Toledo S939, Gigabyte ATI Radeon X550 128MB and 4 identical sticks of 1024 MB Kingmax DDR 400Mhz RAM (which can only run at 400 Mhz if I stick in at most two of them. If I insert more than two modules, and I try to run them at 400 Mhz there will be freezes every few minutes, so currently I use them at 333Mhz without problems. That means that a Memtest86 full test completes without error at 333Mhz with 4 GB RAM)

Freezing 15 times out of 15 with a stop error on a machine that runs Vista perfectly is serious.

I know that the nForce 4 chipset has loads of bugs, especially with the SATA controller and its buggy AHCI and hot swap capabilites.
NForce4 chipset mainboards do not have any BIOS option to enable the AHCI mode of the nForce S-ATA ports. There is simply no such option in BIOS.

What could be the problem?
Help me, please.




After updating my processor from an AMD Athlon 64 X2 4000+ to an AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+ my computer freezes and shortly afterwards a Stop Error Screen pops up. The attached photo is what it looks like. I reset the computer and after a short period of time, it pops up again. This does not happen using Windows XP Pro. Any thoughts? Thanks.




This problem has plagued my windows 7 installation for a very long time.... i wrote a post on these (and many other forums) before giving up on the issue a few months back and switching to a linux operating system. That's fine, i would keep using linux but i am receiving a new graphics card as a gift and i would like to try to play some pc games on my new card, and as you all know serious gaming on linux is pretty tough/near impossible.

HERE is the link to the post i made a few months back about the same problem. I'll quote it here since it's relevant:

All right so i'm usually pretty good at figuring out any problems with my pc but this ones out of my league, plus i think theres a wide range of things that it could be.

I have a somewhat old hp media center 7580n (pos, bout 3 years old) upgraded it to windows 7.

This problem appeared when i started using this computer to play video games again (only game is WoW though), but at the same time I set up winamp to play my music out of my speakers so that i could use my usb headset for speaking over ventrilo (makes sense). I started getting BSOD's with what seems to be random error messages. These messages go from "IRQL_MORE_OR_LESS_NOT_EQUAL" and "MEMORY_MANAGEMENT" to "BAD_POOL_HEADER" and many more (sometimes there isn't even an error message). These bluescreens almost always happen (i say almost always because it has happened at other times) when i'm running WoW, it seems as if there's a higher chance of it happening if I'm alt-tabbing out of full screen, but I just had it happen when i was running windows mode in a really small window (less strain on the GPU).

My first guess was that it was driver related, so I went ahead and booted into safe mode, and started reinstalling/updating as many drivers as I could think of (of course the first i did was my piece of **** nvidia card driver), but that apparently has had no effect.

My next guess was that it was my RAM sticks, i move around my desktop a decent bit (didn't move it anytime around the time this problem started though) so i thought that maybe my ram sockets had warped a bit or something from all the travel. And maybe a faulty address in memory or something could explain this, so i ran memtest and it came back with no errors. So i switched the RAM sockets of my ram sticks (there's 4 sockets so i took the 2 sticks and put them in the other sockets) all had no effect. I also tried to alternate the sticks (as in run with 1 stick only) but i only ran like that for a day (had no errors) but I got fed up with running on a gig of ram and put the other one back in.

And my last guess was that something was overheating. So i downloaded CPUID hardware monitor and started paying attention to the temperatures of various components. My CPU was up to 70 -75 degrees celsius, and my GPU was up to about the same numbers during times of high stress (aka playing wow on lowest settings possible hell yeah nvidia 7300 le). The CPU temps seemed rather high so I opened it up and took an old toothbrush to the fan and the heatsink underneath it and got it what seemed like my problem. The dust in there was pretty much compacted into a fat solid layer of **** knows what. I got out all that i could, and went ahead and dusted the rest of my computer including my nvidia card (which didn't have that much dust on it). I was almost sure that was the problem. Started running again and i noticed my CPU core temperatures went from 70-75 down to 30-40 ish, and my GPU went down about an average of 10-5 degrees celsius. But apparently that's not it, since i'm still getting bluescreens. I never bothered putting the full case back on the comp i just run it case open to keep it cooler.

So now i give up and come here. I can include some of my dump files (I have about 10 or so in the folder). I have no idea how to analyze those so i didn't even try. Does anyone have ANY idea? I'm starting to get extremely frustrated. Here are my specs, i haven't bought anything new this is all stock:

CPU: AMD Athlon 64 X2 4400+
Motherboard: ASUS A8M2N-LA (HP Name- Nodus-GL8E)
Socket AM2: Micro ATX GeForce 6150 LE
RAM: 2 GB Hynix PC2-4200 (2 X 1 GB)
Storage: Seagate 320 GB 7200RPM Serial ATA
Graphics: Asus Geforce 7300LE 128 MB PCIe
Audio: Realtek ALC 888 High Definition 8 channel compatible
PSU: Bestec 300Watt Single fan
Networking: Wired 10/100 Base T

And yes, i have tried looking at other problems similar to this one but i had no luck there.

Quick edit: Here is a screenie of BlueScreenView

http://img249.imageshack.us/img249/4347/bsodreports.jpg I have now reinstalled a nice fresh installation of windows. 100% clean. I have set up some of my applications. just a few minutes ago i got a bluescreen that seemed all too familiar. I was doing nothing intensive, in fact i was listening to music through winamp and writing on an index card when i look up and see a BSOD.

I think the fact that i had no problems running my linux os means that the problem CANNOT be hardware related (can someone confirm?). I think it MUST be a driver. I have only installed a single driver since i re-installed windows 7, the nvidia 258.96 driver for my terrible 7300 LE graphics card, which will soon be upgraded to a 9800 GTX, hence the need to use windows again.

This is an extremely frustating problem.... i have spent so many countless hours trying to resolve it only to find no solution. i would really like to try to game with this card a bit, but if i simply can't find a solution i'm probably going to try to downgrade to windows xp, and then if that doesn't solve it, switch back to ubuntu and try to play my games through wine.

Last time i posted on these forums i got 0 replies (as you can see) so i'd really really appreciate ANY advice or ideas. I plan on disabling the nvidia driver and switching back to the one that came with windows 7 and seeing if the problem is solved, but even if that solves my problem, it may ruin my gaming ambitions, right?

Thanks for reading.

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Here is my specs. What I want to know is will I be able to run Win 7 ultimate smootly(32bit)? I am planning to upgrade my RAM to 3 Gigs next month, can't afford to buy an external gfx right now.

Operating System : Windows XP sp3
Processor : AMD Athlon 64 X2 4200+
Motherboard : ASUSTeK Computer INC. M2N-MX SE Plus
Video Card : nVIDIA nForce 6150SE (6100-430) Video Adapter
Memory : 2GB DDR2
Hard Drive : SAMSUNG SP0802N (80 Gb) and SAMSUNG SV0411N (40 Gb)
Network Adapter : D-Link DFE-520TX PCI Fast Ethernet Adapter
Monitor : PHILIPS 105E (105E1)
Optical Drives : (Liteon)iHAS322 and (Asus)DRW-20B1ST
Onboard Audio : nVIDIA MCP61
Anti-virus Software : Bitdefender 2009

Any advice would be more than welcome!


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