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Trying to decide which sp file to download but I need to first find out which artitechture is my PC. Attached is the PC's properties.  Is this an Itanium 64bit?  Thanks.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/822499/en-us
# Architecture identifier This field is used to indicate on which processor architecture the particular hotfix package runs. The current options are the following:

    * x86: This package runs on x86 platforms.
    * ia64: This package runs on Itanium IA-64 platforms for 64-bit.
    * x64: This package only runs on AMD x64 and compatible systems.
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by:David Johnson, CD, MVP
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x64 is the installed operating system. for the cpu you might want to look at http://ark.intel.com/Product.aspx?id=33910 
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Inetl 64 bit so it would be the X64 package (it covers both Intel and Amd chips).  Itanium is high end server proccesors from intel.
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by:VespaMaru
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You would be:

x64: This package only runs on AMD x64 and compatible systems.
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Thank you.
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