25 Responses to What Is The Minimum Hardware Requirements To Install Windows 7

  1. Hi so i have a problem installing windows 7 32 bit i usef to have 3 gb ram
    so i could run 64 bit no problem but the 2gb stick broke so i took that out
    but the problem is now that i cant seem to get in the windows 7 setup i
    have tried to reinstal windows 7 64 bit before realising the 2 gb were
    broken of course it didnt work but when i tried to install 32 bit it took
    too long so i shut down my pc (this was while i had those 2gb inside) few
    days later tried again and it was stuck at starting windows screen these
    are my specs

    AMD DUAL CORE 2.11
    232 GB HARD DISK
    1 GB OF RAM
    any clue what might be wrong with it

  2. I had my Dell Dimension 4300S on Windows 7 with 512mb of ram and it was
    almost unusable so I went back to XP.

  3. yees i can install win 7 i vgot 1.60 GHz Processor 2 gb ram 128MB Graphic
    card 32-bit and 500GB Hard disk :)

  4. hello if somebody can say if im good to use windows 7??DEATAILS:
    WINDOWS XP PROFFESIONAL,version 2002,SERVICE PACK 3,3.39 Ghz,intel(r)
    physical addres extension please reply to me as soon as possible thank you
    very mcuh

  5. hello im not very good with computers but i want to instal windows 7 here
    is what is i have microsofot windows xp professional version 2002 service
    pack 3 computer: intel(R) pentium(R) Dual Cpu e2180 @2.00GHz 2.00gb of ram
    psyhical adress extension pls say me if i have a good comupter

  6. i can not run games plzzz help i haVE INTEL(r) PENTIUM(r) 4 CPU3.20ghz 3.2o
    ghz processor. intall memory (ram) 2.00 gb system type: 32-bit operating
    system my video card ram is : 128 mb plzzzzz help if i run game it says
    that game need video card that is comfortable with directX 9.0 but it run
    game on window xp plzzz help

  7. but my video card is pass the requirement for window 7 its 1-gigahertz
    (GHz) 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) processor 1 gigabyte (GB) of random
    access memory (RAM) 128-megabyte (MB) graphics card

  8. GREAT!!! Your PC is ready for Windows 7. PCs with multi-core processors:
    Windows 7 was designed to work with today’s multi-core processors. All
    32-bit versions of Windows 7 can support up to 32 processor cores, while
    64‑bit versions can support up to 256 processor cores. Product
    functionality and graphics may vary based on your system configuration.
    Some features may require advanced or additional hardware.

  9. 2GB is a good amount for Windows 7 32bit. Even if you install the 64bit
    version of Windows 7 2GB of RAM is fine for what you’re using the computer
    for. But if you start gaming or running memory intensive programs you
    should add more RAM. 64 VS 32 I suggest you stick with Windows 7 32 bit.
    Windows 7 64 bit comes in handy when you need to address at least 4 GBs or
    more of RAM. Windows 7 32 bit can utilize up to 3.2 GBs of RAM and you are
    right within that range.

  10. version and at least 2 GB RAM for 64-bit version are required. 16 GB hard
    disk space for 32-bit version of Windows 7, while 20 GB hard disk space for
    64-bit version of Windows 7 are required. Moreover, you must have DirectX9
    graphics device with at least WDDM 1.0

  11. Product functionality and graphics may vary based on your system
    configuration. Some features may require advanced or additional hardware.
    Depending on resolution, video playback may require additional memory and
    advanced graphics hardware. Some games and programs might require a
    graphics card compatible with DirectX 10 or higher for optimal performance.

  12. its says that Your current graphics adapter won’t support the Windows Aero
    user interface. If you want to experience the benefits of Windows Aero,
    contact your PC manufacturer or retailer to see if an upgrade is available.

  13. Depending on your motherboard, you have to make sure that you have the
    correct connection for your card that you chose (AGP, PCIxE, etc.). Also
    the selection will depend on your budget. In either case, The Nvidia
    GeForce GT 240 GDDR5 is runs smoothly and quickly on high-resolution
    settings with lower details levels; it costs approximately $75.

  14. YES! Solid-state drives (SSD) let your PC start and shut down fast, and
    they work at speeds that blow the doors off conventional hard drives. But
    there are a series of steps that must be performed before an SSD can
    perform to its full potential on a Windows PC. Your hardware needed a
    firmware update to work properly with the advanced disk-handling features
    in Windows 7. In my case updating the firmware was the key that unlocked
    the performance of this device, but it isn’t the only crucial step.

  15. The latest built is 7122, in which majority of game issues has been solved.
    You can also change the compatibility mode of Windows XP on all games. It
    will also work properly with Windows 7. Even your screen problem can be
    resolved by this process. Also check the Game Requirement before installing

  16. Make sure the SSD is connected to SATA port 0 to begin with. This is
    important for your BIOS to see the drive. I believe it can be 0, 1, or 2.
    But for one SSD, port 0 is best to begin. Before installing SSD in your
    computer, go to BIOS and select AHCI or IDE in BIOS for your SATA
    connection. Boot to your Windows 7 install disc, and just run setup, no
    need to format, just select the SSD, and go. Windows 7 will automatically
    format and align the drive.

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