NOD 32bits vs 64bits

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  1. alehox

    alehox Registered Member

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    I have a laptop (Intel Core 2 Duo T6400 @2Ghz with 4GB of RAM).
    Nowadays, my main OS is Vista Home Premium (x64).

    My question is about which version of nod32 (v.3.0.684) is better for me: nod32 32bits or nod32 64bits.
    I think it's no necessary 64 bits version, but if both of them are stable versions and there are no difference about memory usage, I think the x64 version will work fine.


    Sorry for my poor english ;-)

    Thank you.
     
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    Surely if you are running a x64 OS you'll want to install the x64 version!

    Probably something to do with driver signings as well to enable installation on a x64 system.
     
  3. alehox

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    my drivers works fine (my pc manufacturer's CD have support for x86 drivers and x64 drivers)
     
  4. alehox

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    ¿no issues with x64 version? ¿same speed x86 and x64?
    help me choose one of them, guys! :-D
     
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    If you use a 64 bit OS you should use the 64 bit version. If you use a 32 bit OS you should use the 32 bit version.
     
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    Exactly!
     
  7. alehox

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    thank you
     
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