Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by TheMatrix, Nov 19, 2011.
Just read it in one of the forums, "If I install Windows 7 32bit twice, would that make it 64bit?"
What an idiot...of course it will.
This is how i got a 128 Bit Windows 7
My head just exploded and blew out the back of my house.
I used the same method but got the x86 using two 64 bits ones
I once connected 2 HDD with one SATA cable, but did not connect them to the motherboard. As you know this gives you 2*(HDD1 space + HDD2 space) and they have better speed because of the telepathic connection with the motherboard.
takes me back to 6 years ago when my PC knowledge was akin to that stage. I am sure the same happens to a lot of you, doesn't it?
Any dumbass knows that you won't get 64 bits from that. But installing it twice does give you windows 14 which in my opinion is twice as good as windows 7.
glad I didn't have any food/drink in my mouth when i read this. lmao
I know guy, who made his windows over 10K bits with this method...
This is what we say Epic FOOOL
Rinse and repeat
That required a lot of disk space to install it that many times. Probably he used my HDD technique described above
Good method :spy:
of course by duplication it amounts to a 64bit but now the problem arise if only you could make both duplicates act as 1 instead of acting separately then you would have combined horse power but wait 32 nor 64 bit goes by the operating systems themselves it goes by CPU Chip sets lol
Seems like a lot of blokes want to know this:
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