Baby Killer Mar 19 @ 5:48am
64bit?
is it true that you need a 64 bit system on windows to run the game?
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M.D.K. Mar 19 @ 5:57am 
YEAH
goofy star wars(DcG$) Mar 19 @ 7:13am 
yup cod on pc now a days
Polychlorierte Biphenyle Mar 19 @ 7:52am 
Originally posted by goofy star wars(DcG$):
yup cod on pc now a days:B1:

Many games require 64-bit...not just CoD in contrast to popular belief.
Baby Killer Mar 19 @ 9:56am 
Originally posted by M.D.K.:
YEAH


Originally posted by goofy star wars(DcG$):
yup cod on pc now a days:B1:


Originally posted by Der König:
Originally posted by goofy star wars(DcG$):
yup cod on pc now a days:B1:

Many games require 64-bit...not just CoD in contrast to popular belief.

That is dumb? why do they not give you a warning or something? i just wasted 60 bugs...
Evil Flanker [Celt] Mar 19 @ 10:18am 
Originally posted by Baby Killer:
That is dumb? why do they not give you a warning or something? i just wasted 60 bugs...

Perhaps on the official website or something you mean ?

http://community.callofduty.com/community/call_of_duty/english/ghosts/blog/2013/10/23/call-of-duty-ghosts-pc-system-requirements

or even at the bottom of the steam store page http://store.steampowered.com/app/209160/

Maybe you need to read.
Last edited by Evil Flanker [Celt]; Mar 19 @ 10:21am
PIN 360 Mar 19 @ 10:22am 
Sorry bro, the minimum and recommended specs both list a 64 bit operating system. Not to mention you can't have over 4 GB of memory show up without a 64 bit operating system.

Why not just make the added investment? 64bit operating systems has been the future for a long time now. It's pretty much becoming the norm these days.

You can buy an OEM disc for under 100 dollars from Newegg if need be.
Boerta Mar 19 @ 10:41am 
no need to buy a new OS! you can user the same key for 64-bit installation. (vista/win7/win8)

invest in new hardware:D especially ram u will need it for ghosts and future games anyway
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Nn9 - Project Mioav Mar 19 @ 12:56pm 
Is it true there are still gamers on 32bit setups?
Baby Killer Mar 19 @ 1:13pm 
Originally posted by Nn9 - Project Mioav:
Is it true there are still gamers on 32bit setups?
have an old computer so yes, and no need to be mean i have not done you anything?
Nn9 - Project Mioav Mar 19 @ 1:30pm 
Originally posted by Baby Killer:
Originally posted by Nn9 - Project Mioav:
Is it true there are still gamers on 32bit setups?
have an old computer so yes, and no need to be mean i have not done you anything?
I wasn't being mean, I seriously thought everyone was on 64bit setups right now?
You can if you have Windows 7 just upgrade to a 64bit version for nothing, not sure about 8, if your on that old a system, you couldn't have played most of the games out last year.
Boerta Mar 19 @ 1:53pm 
Originally posted by Nn9 - Project Mioav:
Originally posted by Baby Killer:
have an old computer so yes, and no need to be mean i have not done you anything?
I wasn't being mean, I seriously thought everyone was on 64bit setups right now?
You can if you have Windows 7 just upgrade to a 64bit version for nothing, not sure about 8, if your on that old a system, you couldn't have played most of the games out last year.

same for win8
Baby Killer Mar 19 @ 2:05pm 
Originally posted by Nn9 - Project Mioav:
Originally posted by Baby Killer:
have an old computer so yes, and no need to be mean i have not done you anything?
I wasn't being mean, I seriously thought everyone was on 64bit setups right now?
You can if you have Windows 7 just upgrade to a 64bit version for nothing, not sure about 8, if your on that old a system, you couldn't have played most of the games out last year.

i am on win7
Nn9 - Project Mioav Mar 19 @ 2:44pm 
Originally posted by Baby Killer:
Originally posted by Nn9 - Project Mioav:
I wasn't being mean, I seriously thought everyone was on 64bit setups right now?
You can if you have Windows 7 just upgrade to a 64bit version for nothing, not sure about 8, if your on that old a system, you couldn't have played most of the games out last year.

i am on win7
Then with your Windows 7 box you should have a 64bit disk.
If your scared of the changes it may bring, setup a second partition, should be valid with the same code, or it was with my test rig.
PIN 360 Mar 19 @ 3:04pm 
He could have an OEM machine. I don't think computers that come with Windows 7 32 bit let you use the key on a 64 bit version.

I could be wrong.
Function() Mar 19 @ 7:32pm 
OEMs kept pushing x86 for a long long time. But that doesn't mean you can change it. But whether it'll be free depends...

Now the thing is, you really do want x64 if you'd ever upgrade anything about your computer. I've run into machines that would barely boot since the Vram was taking all the memory adresses, leaving 2.2GB to be used. (Silly build to begin with, it had 8GB in there on a 32bit OS - silly waste)

Ghosts works well enough with 4GB ram throughout single player, but some maps make the game use ~2GB, meaning that will all drivers loaded, you really need to run a clean windows 7. (no adobe, spotify, large av, browsers, teamspeak, ventrilo, skype, and what have you running in the background)

Is Ghosts worth upgrading? Nope! Not even worth it's retail price to be honest. Too late for you now I guess. But if you do want to play, do it now, because players are leaving in rapid succession.
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