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AChatterjee wrote:yes, but there is no valid reason to do so; especially since both are obsoleted & unsupported
I want to install Oracle 10g 32 bit and Oracle 10g 64 bit on Windows 7 64 bit system.
Is it possible ?
BTW, neither is available to be downloaded.
You are right that Oracle 10g is not available for download now. I have those s/w.
I want to test something between 32 bit and 64 bit db.
But not able to install 32 bit Oracle in 64 bit OS.
I saw in net that it is possible to install 32 bit DB into 64 bit OS, but not getting how.
Edited by: AChatterjee on Dec 11, 2012 9:13 PM
What does "not able" mean? Are you getting an error? If so, what error? We're not looking over your shoulder so we have no idea what problem(s) you're having.
What is the exact version of Oracle that you are trying to install (i.e. 10.2.0.5, 10.2.0.1, etc.)? I don't believe the base 10.2.0.1 install supported Windows 7.
Question now moved to Oracle Discussion Forums » Oracle Database » General Questions as it in no way relates to SQL or PL/SQL.
The only version of "10g" certified on Win 7 Professional or higher is 10.2.0.5
Home versions of Windows are not supported for any Oracle installs.