Terry, guys, many of you are running MyHD in windows seven 32-bit,
but are the programs, the MyHD driver/support application and the Play List Manager
32 bit or 16 bit?
Here's where I'm confused;
32 bit Windows has emulation for 16 bit programs built in. 64-bit Windows only has emulation for 32 bit programs.
If the program ran on 32-bit Windows 7 and not 64 bit, then chances are it's a 16 bit program and you may have to
use something like DosBox or XP Mode to be able to run it in 64-bit Windows.
For I would like to go full 64 on the new workstation.
Also one *ahem* "distro" that calls itself "Windows 8 Extreme Edition"
based on W8 Pro has returned to a start button, no metro UI, looks tempting,
but the need to re-activate every 180 days is keeping me away from that one.
Plus with stuff like the free "Classic Shell"/"Classic Start" utility again makes
8 tempting but still staying away.
Lastly, myself, as well as others, on other boards, are waiting for Windows 9,
to see if M$ returns to a true desktop, with support for legacy h/w,s/w............
rather than the tablet-aimed Fisher-Price-like 8.
(and boy! the more I stay away,the more the admin change AVS!!!)
..and yep, still on XP SP3 on the old Pentium box.