installing window 7 32bit on the tm2

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  1. daslolo

    daslolo Scribbler - Standard Member

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    All the software I use are 32 bits and I think it would be more advantageous to switch back to 32 bits.
    Is it possible (meaning does everything work)
     
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    what do you mean does everything work?
     
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    I read the usual offenders are difficult to make work on a clean install:
    pressure in photoshop, painter, sketchbook pro
    wireless
    sleep
    bezel button
    (and I may forget a few)
     
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    pressure in photoshop

    Wireless only relates to x64. The drivers that are in the swsetup folder are for x86
    Sleep is usually related to graphics drivers

    bezel buttons should work once you install the Quick Play buttons software that is in the QLB folder in the SWSETUP folder.

    I honestly expect the x32 install to go better than an x64 install, b/c you don't HAVE to use signed drivers, and shouldn't have as many compatibility issues.

    But you could wait for another user to post about their experience here.

    Be advised going back to x86 you will not be able to utilize more than 3+GB of ram.
     
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    Thanks!
    What an utter pain !
    do you know why uninstallin Norton busts pressure in sketchbook and also wireless ?
     
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    they probably use common files.
     
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    Actually even removing HP Advisor removes pressure in Sketchbook
    Do you know how to restore pressure ?
     
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    reinstall the enhanced wacom drivers from their site for tablet pc.
     
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