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    I'm currently running
    GeForce 880GTS 320MB
    2x GB of DDRII Ram
    An Dual Core AMD 4800+ 2.5GHz processor (64Bit)
    And a 32 Bit version of Windows Buisness

    Now before I had to re install Vista cause I ran into some problems

    Netflix Instant view will not work
    Xvid4PSP crashes the OS in the middle of encoding
    3Gp converter would not convert files properly etc.... It was totaly weird but I fixed it except for Xvid4PSP so I was using 3GP and it encoded two files properly but on the 3rd (all .Vob btw) on the 3rd it crashed Vista again while I was in the middle of a movie on Netflix Instant View
    Can anybody tell me what is going on with my computer?!
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    Well it is probably vista and not you computer. Vista is very buggy with a lot of video related products. Go back to XP pro if you can. Thats what I did. Vista is not worth the problems.
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    Is whatever your doing, in fact compatibable with 64 bit???????????
    RTFM
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    Vista is not very buggy. There is a lot of software not updated yet to work well with it, but that is a different issue..
    Read my blog here.
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    Guns1linger is correct in that Vista is normally stable - when paired with compatible hardware

    "Vista is not very buggy. There is a lot of software not updated yet to work well with it, but that is a different issue.."

    Vista did not crash on the new Dell that I bought.

    Vista was noticeably slower than the XP Pro that I later installed on the same machine.

    I didn't wipe Vista due to crashes - but due to incompatibility with software that I wanted to use: DVD Rebuilder. I did give it a spin as far as testing the interface, and I can say that I really never warmed up to it.
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    Um none of this helped L( but Xvid4PSP site says it runs for Vista and had some updates for it and this isint actually a crash it just shuts down the PC completly in the middle instantly.
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