How To Install Ansys 32-bit In 64-bit Windows 7Jul 14, 2012
can we install ansys 32bit in 64 bit windows
can we install ansys 32bit in 64 bit windows
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Taking all but 1 stick of ram out and the graphics card. Reseting the bios to default Installing again without rebooting after error. using cmd to select the right partition
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AMD Phemon X4 965 @ 3.4ghz (black edition)
250gb HD (sata)
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Microsoft Win Xp PRo SP2
AMD PhenomX2 555
8GB Ram but Xp only sees 3.25
Non Comp device
Realtek PCIe GBE family Controller
(Realtek Semiconductor Corp.
We don't have compatibility information about this device.
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I should have come here first, but for several weeks, I started having serious crashing, freezing, then the dreaded BSOD on my upgraded Windows 7 PC.
Finally it wouldn't even boot back in Windows 7. I could not find my Upgrade Disk or Repair Disk at the time, but I had a Ubuntu Disk. So I foolhardy installed Ubuntu on a 2nd HDD in my system, think I would be able to fix Windows 7 later.
Now I've found the Windows 7 (upgrade) disks. But I can't repair Windows 7 nor can't figure out how to re-install, it doesn't give me that option, that I can find. I've removed the Ubuntu drive, but Grub is still installed.
I would like to do a clean install (since I have already backed up my important files using Ubuntu). Will following this: SSD / HDD : Optimize for Windows Reinstallation do the trick?
Once I get it re-installed, and if it crashes again, I'll do the memtest and other troubleshooting found here.
I'm finding this decision quite hard to decide on and can't decide what to do. I am very picky about wasted space or unnecessary stuff on my hard drive, yet I'd rather not install everything all over again which will take about 20 hours or so.
My question is...if I do an upgrade-install, can I just delete everything in the Windows.old folder and have everything practically the same as a clean install? Or will there be still be some left over things from the hundreds of programs I've installed and uninstalled?
Edit: I've ran the Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor and everything seems ok.
I have XP SP2 installed. I used EASEUS Partition Master to split my drive in half, one half being XP, the other half being a future install of Windows 7.
Put DVD in, selected the blank partition, began the install. Once it gets to the first reboot, it will reboot and go straight into XP. There is no option to choose Windows 7. The XP boot.ini has only one entry for XP.
Does anyone have any suggestions? I'm thinking I need to add an entry for Windows 7, but have no clue what to put and I'm also guessing I'd have to add a few special tags because it's booting into the setup process of Win 7.