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2005-10-20T09:43:23Z
Anyone know of a good anti-virus program for the windows 64 bit systems. I just built a new system and found out that Norton nor Macaffe has a program for this 64 bit software.
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kid007
2005-10-20T12:11:34Z
It dosen't really matter if you have a 64bit windows you still could use Norton or Mcafee antivirus it will serve the purpose of eating your memory (sorry i'm against antivirus) they eating memory programs that how i refered them but back to the advice you could use anyone and it will protect your system fine
Elsparrow
2005-10-20T12:15:45Z
Why are you even using windows 64?

There is virtually no support and only Far Cry and Unreal Tourny 2004 will run on it as they are the only games where you can get a 64 bit patch....
kid007
2005-10-20T12:19:55Z
i think everyone is panicking about having 64bit and not using a platform that support it, either ways, Sup Elsparrow
Elsparrow
2005-10-20T12:27:09Z
Dunno why. Seriously though trouble get XP installed on that system as it has much better driver support etc as its 32 bit. Then install AVG or Avast as your antivirus. Both are free and much better than Norton or McAffee
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2005-10-21T08:13:48Z
Every time I try to install norton it says the software is not compatiable with xp x64 . But that problem is solved I,m using avast now , I hope its a good program. The only games I play are tiger woods 2005 and jack nickulas golf . Would you still which back to the 32 bit and is there really that much more speed using x64. Current system Asus 939 sli premium board, AMD 4400+ x2 cpu, 2 gigs of cosair dual channel pc3200 memory , 2 bfg 6800 gt oc cards 256mb. primary drive wd raptor sata 74 gb 10,000 rpm, secondary wb sata 250gb , dvd rom 16x, and a nec dl dvd burner. All this powered by a enermax 600 watt pws.Thanks for any and all advice because this is all new to me.
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