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Hi all
I have bought thinkpad teblet x60 type: 636346U s/n:lva0316 duo core intel centrino.  How will I know if its 64 bit OS compatible?
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Well, hadn't seen anyone attempt this yet, so I researched it (like I assume you did).  Couldn't find a definitive answer on the web or Lenovo's specs page, so went ahead a called Lenovo.  General inquiries
1-866-45THINK (866-458-4465)

They ended up transferring me to tech support, who checked your specific type and advised that no, that model is not 64 bit compatible.  It is a dual core, but 32 bit, not 64.  Probably not the answer you really wanted, but Lenovo was positive.
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