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  • Edius 5.51 works fine with Windows 7 64bit?

    Hi, I'm using Edius 6.02 with Win 7 64bit. I get many problems with them. If I unistall Edius 6.02 and I install Edius 5.51, will it work fine with Win 7 64bit?
    Thanks for your suggestions.
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  • #2
    It sure does.

    Paul :-)
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    • #3
      Definitely works fine.
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      • #4
        Edius 5.5X with Win 7 64Bit

        Edius 5.5x Works 100% Fine and Really Good on Windows 7 64Bit...

        Originally posted by Ulisse View Post
        Hi, I'm using Edius 6.02 with Win 7 64bit. I get many problems with them. If I unistall Edius 6.02 and I install Edius 5.51, will it work fine with Win 7 64bit?
        Thanks for your suggestions.
        Many thanks
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        (3 x System with : - Intel i7 X990, Asus P6T Deluxe V2M/B, 24GB DDR3 Ram, Leadtek FX5000 & FX4000 Quadro Card, 2x 2TB Raid (1+0) Hard Disk Drive Setup, 6TB x 4 Network Storage Drive, Pionner & Sony Blu-Ray Drive, Firewire 800 + 400 PCI-e Card, Canopus NX PCI-e Card with Breakout Box, Canopus edius 6.51, 6.51, and edius 6.07).

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        • #5
          I always use Windows 7 Professional 64bit with Edius6 and used with Edius 5.
          Please read about problem with Edius 6:
          http://ediusforum.grassvalley.com/fo...286#post147286
          MPPais

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Ulisse View Post
            Hi, I'm using Edius 6.02 with Win 7 64bit. I get many problems with them. If I unistall Edius 6.02 and I install Edius 5.51, will it work fine with Win 7 64bit?
            Thanks for your suggestions.
            I found 5.51 to be very stable on 7 Pro 64. I am also now running 6.02 with no problems. I had a few snags at first but after a clean install of Windows on a formated system drive, and keeping other installations to a minimum, I am working with no crashes. Performance seems to be about the same as I was getting with 5.51.

            What kind of issues are you having?
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            • #7
              I'll bet your problems are not with E6 and Win7 x64.
              Without further explanation we can only speculate.
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