Not a problem. To the best of my knowledge it's been working rather nicely since the earliest days of x86-64.Quote:
Dealbreakers would be KDE
I believe this works fine. At the time I was using my AMD64 laptop, I didn't need to do anything special, but I believe it works right.Quote:
This depends on your GPU choice. NVidia should work stably in 64-bits as well as 32-bits. AMD's previous iteration of drivers had stabilized, but it's still less stable for 64-bit when compared to NVidia on things right at the moment.Quote:
Here's one of those edge cases. If you use the wrapper plugin that lets you run Flash 9 for 32 bits via proxy dispatch, it'll work, and largely well- but there are instances where I've seen it lock up Firefox on me, so your mileage may well vary there.Quote:
firefox plugins such as flash
It seems to work. I was using it at the beginning of this year on my AMD64 laptop...Quote:
It just rocks as does CrossOver. I used Wine to do my taxes this year under 64-bits. :DQuote:
I think it'll work as a 32-bit app just fine. I know VirtualBox works as a 32-bit app with some bludgeoning.Quote:
Most of the problems lie with things like laptops with Broadcom chips where you end up needing to use NDISwrapper and have to go scrounging for the 64-bit NDIS driver (can't use the 32-bit driver for this, it won't work right...).
It should. Quake4 and Doom3 ran on my AMD64 desktop just fine- you just need working drivers that will handle 32-bit compatibility mode applications and you're good to go.Quote:
Any info on if quake wars will run on it?