I'm wondering if any are using Windows 7 64 bit operating system with the Dexcom program. I know a lot of drivers fail with this version and am wondering if they work with Dexcom. Are you able to upload from the Receiver to their program without difficulty? Also, I wanted to place this is the Dexcom group, but couldn't figure out how to post in groups, if someone could reply to this, as well. Thanks, Dan

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I use Windows 7 and I have no problem using the Dexcom program. I didn't have any issues at all uploading. :-)
I use Windows 7... and I have a 64 bit. (Sarah, I'm wondering if you have a 64 bit too?) I cannot get it to work. I called Dexcom for help and got no where in a half an hour. The operator I spoke with said that perhaps I can only have one device downloaded at a time? I have my oPod PDM uploaded to my comp.
I have it working in the 32-bit version, on my mac :) If there ever was a scenario where the dex people would say "no, it won't work" mine is probably it.. but it works just fine :D
I use 64 bit. I had no problems at all, but then again, I did upload my PDM separately than the Dex.
Yes, I run Dexcom on my 64bit windows 7 pro notebook, as well as my ezManagerMax 'Animas Ping' loads and reports. They both load fine.

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