Lattepanda 2GB RAM/32GB FLASH with Windows x64 bit

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whoobee
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Tue May 24, 2016 11:23 am

Hello,
I require to install the x64 bit version of windows on my Lattepanda (in order to run the Kinect V2 SDK), and when I bought the device I did not know that will ship with Windows x86. If I try to install the x64 version of Windows, I get an error message saying that my device does not support this version operating system. From the specs I see there is no difference in the processor architecture between the 32 GB and 64 GB Lattepanda, so I can only presume that my device does not have the option enabled by the BIOS.
So, in this case, would it be possible to install the x64 version of BIOS on the 32GB Lattepanda version, or are there also other differences between these two versions, and I risk bricking it?

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Delphium
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Tue May 24, 2016 3:53 pm

+1
Likewise I was expecting a 64bit install of windows as this is what all our software projects are aimed at.

How does one go about correcting this issue and ensure that the 64bit edition is installed, which lattepanda image would I need to use?

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cyphergenetics
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Mon May 30, 2016 3:01 am

Been using x64 without a problem :3

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whoobee
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Fri Jun 03, 2016 3:52 pm

cyphergenetics wrote:Been using x64 without a problem :3
Did you flash the x64 version of bios? Or how did you manage to install and run Windows x64 on it?

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cyphergenetics
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Sun Jun 05, 2016 7:30 pm

whoobee wrote:
cyphergenetics wrote:Been using x64 without a problem :3
Did you flash the x64 version of bios? Or how did you manage to install and run Windows x64 on it?
I have my own windows x64 image file and multibooting linux and windows on it. Drivers are provided somewhere in this forum. Both are x64 OSes. Didnt bother to use x32 which is on another sdcard

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