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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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Can memory from Windows XP be added to memory on Windows Vista?

You may use memory from a Windows XP computer in a Windows Vista PC so long as both systems use the same type of memory. If the Windows XP computer uses DDR RAM, for example, the Vista computer mus... Read More »
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Can Windows XP use memory on video cards?

Windows XP is not able to use video card memory to store application data like it does with computer RAM. However, the operating system does use the graphics memory to process video output, includi... Read More »
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Are digital photography memory cards interchangeable with video camera memory cards?

If the camcorder uses, for instance, SD, and the camera uses SD, then yes.The cards are just storage media and are independent of the device. If the device has the right slot, the it will work in i... Read More »
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Does Windows Vista 32-bit support 4 GB of memory?

All 32-bit versions of Windows Vista support 4 GB of memory with the sole exception of Vista Starter, which only supports 1GB 64-bit versions of Windows Vitsa support far more memory, up to a maxim... Read More »
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