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 Does Windows 7 Pro take different memory cards than Vista?

Answer No. I've replaced Vista with Windows 7 on a couple of our machines. The only trick is to make sure you hae at least 2 gigs of RAM, and 4 gigs would be better. In fact, I've found Vista to be more o... Read More »
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How much memory does Windows Vista take on a computer hard drive?

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