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Re: st: Windows Vista and Stata


From   ariley@stata.com (Alan Riley)
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: Windows Vista and Stata
Date   Thu, 30 Nov 2006 15:26:57 -0600

Jeph Herrin (junk@spandrel.net) asked about using Stata on
a 64-bit Windows computer:
> I am eager to migrate from xp32 to Vista 64, but am not clear
> whether I will need to upgrade my Stata/SE to Stata/MP for a dual
> core machine. I understand that MP takes advantage of the dual
> processors to increase speed, but my main goal is to increase the
> memory available to Stata. Is there an "upgrade" of Stata/SE 9
> from 32-bit XP to 64-bit Vista that isn't to MP?

Jeph is interested in migrating from 32-bit Windows XP to 64-bit
Windows Vista.  This assumes that Jeph has a 64-bit computer
on which he is currently running 32-bit Windows XP.

Before addressing the Stata question, I will note that, rather
than waiting for 64-bit Windows Vista, Jeph could upgrade to
64-bit Windows XP to be able to take advantage of his 64-bit hardware:

  http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/64bit/


Stata for Windows is available for the following operating
system/hardware combinations.  It does not matter whether
the particular version of Windows is 2000, XP, or Vista.

   32-bit Windows
      Small Stata
      Intercooled Stata
      Stata/SE
      Stata/MP

   64-bit Windows on x86-64 hardware
      Intercooled Stata
      Stata/SE
      Stata/MP

   64-bit Windows on Itanium hardware
      Intercooled Stata
      Stata/SE
      Stata/MP

Since Jeph already has a license for Stata/SE for 32-bit Windows,
he just needs to contact StataCorp's sales department by emailing
stata@stata.com to convert his license to Stata/SE for 64-bit Windows
on whatever hardware he has (most likely x86-64).

It is not required to run Stata/MP on a dual core computer, but if
Jeph wishes for Stata to be able to take advantage of both cores
at once, he will want Stata/MP.


Alan
(ariley@stata.com)
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