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Does this sub-forum apply wo 64bit Win7 as...

pstein's Photo pstein 01 Nov 2010

In the sub forum headline I found no "Win 7" mentioned.
Is this sub-forum for Win 7 64bit as well?

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Cristiano's Photo Cristiano 01 Nov 2010

well, only the owner of the host can create an sub-forum. we already asked him to do that, but seems that he didn't felt the need for it. so, the "general support" area should be fine for now

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