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Hi, I’m using AutoCAD LT 2013 on Windows 7 Professional 32-bit.n I want to upgrade to Windows 7 64-bit to add more RAM to your laptop (Intel Core i3 3.4GHz processor). I’ve read several articles about how moving to a 64-bit operating system requires creating two shared Volume Information Files (VIFs), and I’ve also read that if I change the VIF manually, it could damage my computer. Can you please tell me if I can only manage one partition for the 64-bit version? Thanks for the answer.
No you can not. The 2 VIF partitions must be the same size for 32-bit and 64-bit systems. And you can’t create a 64-bit VIF partition by simply resizing it. You must either split the system partition into two logical partitions, or create two VAF partitions for 64 and 32 bits and then merge them together.
So your only option is to create two VIF partitions inside the shared system.
Hello. I suspect I’m running out of hard drive space. I would like it to be read-only. But I don’t know how to do it right. If you can, tell me.
The swap file is a file created on the system. It is added to the partition size if you have multiple logical partitions.
Creating one partition per hard drive is easy. Just create a partition, then create a swap file in the system image, and then you can use that partition for reading.
But if you are creating multiple logical partitions, with different numbers and names, then you need to create a swap partition for each logical partition to avoid conflicts.
I would like to use the system as described in the instructions. It will take a few minutes, right?
It’s a bit longer than the instructions (no more than a month), but I think it’s a good idea to start with this: Make sure that the system is in a load balanced state, and see if you can safely create one partition and write your system to disk.
Here’s how it works. Once you’ve created a Virtual Hard Drive (VD) partition, download the swap file for that partition, and (if the system is not in Permanent Virtue Temporary Disk Area (PVT



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