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post #21 of 36
what drives are those? never seen a drive with a capacity that low
post #22 of 36
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XP? That is windows 7 Pro 64-bit how I like it, and I got if free from school. biggrin.gif

Fair enough. I paid over $300 for mine and not so I could remove all of the features I just paid for. I don't need mine that small.
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Yeah? So it's called 7Lite now instead of nLite. nLite was last used for Vista I believe. But it's the same concept.
post #23 of 36
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what drives are those? never seen a drive with a capacity that low

Virtual drives in Virtual Box. Though I still get the same space used after a install on my system biggrin.gif lol
post #24 of 36
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I got ya beat. thumb.gif
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But not by much.
Windows 7 Ultimate x64.

unless you can show me all the programs installed in your machine, you didn't beat me rolleyes.gif
post #25 of 36
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Virtual drives in Virtual Box. Though I still get the same space used after a install on my system biggrin.gif lol

oh, that's why. i was like, WTH are those drives?!!!
post #26 of 36
save up a lil more and get a 120 or better, 90GB is good for a few games but once you start installing updates and patches and it can fill pretty fast.
    
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post #27 of 36
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unless you can show me all the programs installed in your machine, you didn't beat me rolleyes.gif

You didn't show yours? So I do have you beat. I like how you guys roll eyes though. wink.gif

I also clearly have Acronis as shown by the tab. Which doesn't come with the OS.

Edit: Oh you did show... just a sec and I'll post.
Edited by Phantom_Dave - 4/2/12 at 11:25pm
post #28 of 36
I added a 120gb as 96gb (actually 89gb) was not cutting it for my steam folder and win7. I have the 120gb dedicated to steam and I keep a couple of games installed on the 96gb w/ a bit left.
post #29 of 36
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unless you can show me all the programs installed in your machine, you didn't beat me rolleyes.gif

Here you go, but this doesn't prove anything. Neither does yours since Control Panel shows ALL programs installed regardless of what drive they reside on.

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post #30 of 36
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I added a 120gb as 96gb (actually 89gb) was not cutting it for my steam folder and win7. I have the 120gb dedicated to steam and I keep a couple of games installed on the 96gb w/ a bit left.

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