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Old 26-12-2007, 07:20 AM   #1
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OK OK OK I know this is the wrong forum but since i trust you guys as we r all maya users (and mainly only use simular programs as you guys i thought what better place to come than here.

My question:

I have just upgraded my pc to a intel Q6600Quad core cpu @2.4GHZ, 3 GB Ram, and an ASUS PB5 motherboard (just updated the bios. However, im still running XP32bit.

I want to but a new x64 operating system, but dont know whether to go for vista for stay on XP

Do any of you guys have problems with either OS and what would you recommend overall. i have been on many forums but need recommendations mainly for maya

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