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    Posted on 21-10-07, 20:19
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    is there a higan 32 bit version? i have downloaded higan-v110-windows-x86_64.zip. but when i open it it gives me an error
    Posted on 21-10-08, 03:39
    Dinosaur

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    Nope, it has been 64-bit for quite a while.

    If you want a 32-bit version, you'll have to build it yourself, or find a 3rd-party build (if there are people out there still doing those, outside of bsnes/higan forks).

    Or, consider upgrading to a 64-bit OS, if possible. Any special reason of why you need a 32-bit build?

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    Posted on 21-10-10, 21:03
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    Posted by tomman
    Nope, it has been 64-bit for quite a while.

    If you want a 32-bit version, you'll have to build it yourself, or find a 3rd-party build (if there are people out there still doing those, outside of bsnes/higan forks).

    Or, consider upgrading to a 64-bit OS, if possible. Any special reason of why you need a 32-bit build?



    Oh what a pity, i really wanted to try it, i've heard is the best snes emulator nowadays. I couldn't find any 32 bit version, it would be nice to have one i think, i cant upgrade my os, it would be a mess. It's dificult to build a 32 vrsion? could you do that for me?

    sorry for the late response
    Posted on 21-10-10, 22:43
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    If I might ask, what sort of computer are you running? There's a good chance a 32-bit system isn't really powerful enough for BSNES/Higan anyways(it is part of why 32-bit builds stopped happening), and you would be better served by a "runner-up" emulator.

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    Posted on 21-10-11, 18:04
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    Posted by CaptainJistuce
    If I might ask, what sort of computer are you running? There's a good chance a 32-bit system isn't really powerful enough for BSNES/Higan anyways(it is part of why 32-bit builds stopped happening), and you would be better served by a "runner-up" emulator.



    i have a Intel Atom CPU N2600 @1.60Ghz with 2 gigs of DDR3 RAM. I think it should work, at least it could serve as testing purpose
    Posted on 21-10-11, 21:37
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    An Atom? Yeeeeeeeah, that's going to be ungodly slow. Those were built for low power draw, not high performance.


    (I'm not sure what I was expecting, but it wasn't that.)

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    Posted on 21-10-12, 12:58
    Dinosaur

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    FWIW that Atom N2600 is a 64-bit CPU, so while performance could be severely degraded with Higan, it should be able to run a 64-bit OS (firmware/BIOS restrictions notwithstanding)

    In any case, you don't really want to use Higan there, except maybe for testing. Try bsnes or snes9x there instead, and seriously consider upgrading to a 64-bit OS there - it's time!

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