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Fs: Dell Studio 15" I7 Laptop (Full Hd)

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Studio 1557

Intel i7-720QM(1.6GHz) Mobile CPU

15.6" 1920x1080 WLED FULL HD screen (extra cost option)

HDMI out

Integrated webcam

DVD RW

4GB RAM

320GB 7200rpm HDD

ATI Radeon 512MB graphics

Backlit keyboard (really handy)

Wifi/Lan etc.

SD Card slot

£375 ono

Windows 7 64bit installed. Really nice quick laptop with awesome full HD screen and full HDMI out.

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How much would you want including shipping ?

Did you experience any issues with it being 64bit

Thought I'd answer for pablo here but you will have no issues whatsoever using a 64bit OS, basically the same as 32bit but lets you use more RAM. Some programs (like iTunes for example) need you to download a 64bit version, other than that everything is the same.

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32 bit stuff works fine but if there is a 64 bit version it works better if that makes sense. Eg iTunes etc. I installed 32 bit win 7 for a nosey once but defo didn't run as well.

Can run up to8GB ram if you like.

I'll cover shipping if youre going for it :)

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Would need to sell my current laptop first but am v tempted :)

Let me enquire tomorrow to see if I can shift this one.

£350 delivered

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ok mate lemme know sure. Ill hold off putting it on the bay

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I am going to have to pass I'm afraid Pablo as get seem to tell if a program I need for uni will work OK on 64bit and dont want to risk it (its my last year)

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you can run stuff in XP mode on windows 7 etc. Or worst case scenario just install 32bit 7 then wipe it back to 64 bit later. Can supply with either.

But no probs Ill stick it up on ebay.

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I've never seen a 32bit application not work on a 64bit Win7 so far..

Here's a bit more info on how it works with Win7:-

http://www.techsupportalert.com/content/how-windows7-vista64-support-32bit-applications.htm

Should be fine! B)

If you're still worried just check with the Uni IT department? Surely you can't be the only student with a 64bit OS..

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aye it wont be a problem. Yet to find a program that wont work. Well INPA wouldnt work but I just fired it in an XP VM and all was good :)

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INPA works for me but I have 32bit Win7 on my laptop. Main reason it won't work is the environment variables, but it should install to Program Files X82 so should work. B)

I've installed it on my 64bit desktop but obv not connected it to the car as my cable won't stretch upstairs. Runs fine tho!

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laptop

slim charger

windows 7 professional

thats it really. Im sure you can get whatever else you need handy enough :)

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INPA works for me but I have 32bit Win7 on my laptop. Main reason it won't work is the environment variables, but it should install to Program Files X82 so should work. B)

I've installed it on my 64bit desktop but obv not connected it to the car as my cable won't stretch upstairs. Runs fine tho!

I couldnt be arsed working it out so just threw it on the VM.

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asap really, I need the cash to pay for my new one

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It doesnt not look like I can sell me old one quickly dude :( gonna have to say put it on Ebay and if I can get mine sold I ll PM ya

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what spec and how much mate? Im getting a macbook air but would like a cheapo laptop for the wife/kid. would need to be sub £100 tho.

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Its a Packard Bell with a good-high spec def would be wanting more than £100 for it dude

2.0 Duo Core, 250GB HDD, 4GB RAM, 17.5 HD Screen, DVD RW

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Its a Packard Bell with a good-high spec def would be wanting more than £100 for it dude

2.0 Duo Core, 250GB HDD, 4GB RAM, 17.5 HD Screen, DVD RW

Why are you wanting to swap for an almost similar machine ?

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