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I just notice that if you set your virtual memory to the recomended size or w/e on a different partition instead of main drive (C drive), and you install matrix storage on a newly installed Vista or Windows 7 either x86 or x64 it will cause OS to show "corrupted disk" message (not sure if this happen to people who install matrix storage 1st be4 setting virtual memory on a different partition). After it shows that you can't install anything on the OS or update it, so basically you have to reinstall the whole OS. I use Matrix 18.104.22.1689 on Vista 64x and for Windows x86 i just downloaded the latest version from the update.