32bit Traktor 2

Pasky
Pasky Member Posts: 1 Newcomer

32bit Traktor 2 nicht freischaltbar, nativ accses funktioniert nicht. Kein Pro Downloadbar mit 32 Bit. Kriegt man das iwie hin??

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  • lord-carlos
    lord-carlos Member Posts: 2,341 Expert

    I'm not quite sure I follow, but here are some legacy downloads for Traktor: https://support.native-instruments.com/hc/en-us/articles/210294645-Traktor-Pro-Legacy-Installers-for-Older-Operating-Systems

    Are you using mac? Modern mac os is no longer supported for traktor 2 and thus native access will not list it.

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  • Isotoxin
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    That's weird. For me the 64-bit latest version of Traktor pro 3 works better, faster and more stable than the 32-bit version of traktor 2. I'm talking about the essence of traktor pro, about its core, about the fact that the 64-bit version works better, that traktor starts up faster, processes data faster and even has less CPU and RAM load!

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  • lord-carlos
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    delete the folder C:\Users\Vladyk\Documents\Native Instruments

    your collection is as they are, they are stored in Users\Vladyk\Documents\Native Instruments,

    Uhh, I think you have a mistake there.

    Also maybe wait for OP to tell us what he wants before suggesting to delete random folder.

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  • Isotoxin
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    You do know that the 32bit Windows doesn't support more then 4GB of RAM? And the 64bit CPU always "emulates" 32bit programs.

    "The WOW64 subsystem creates a 32-bit environment on the x64-based versions of Windows. Some 32-bit programs may run slower on these operating systems than they would on 32-bit versions of Windows. Alternatively, some 32-bit programs that require lots of memories may exhibit increased performance on the x64-based versions of Windows. This performance increase occurs because the x64-based versions of Windows supports more physical memory than the 32-bit versions of Windows.

    For more information about the differences in memory management between the 64-bit and 32-bit versions of Windows, see the "Virtual Address Space" topic in the About Memory Management section of the Microsoft Platform SDK documentation. To view this document, visit the following Microsoft Web site: Virtual Address Space"

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