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I just got vista cause I was getting a dell and they gave me a choice and i thought meh i should prolly learn the new stuff since all the peeps in the dorms were asking me to help them with their comps and they got vista, but if I didnt want to learn the new os I woulda stuck with XP i can do anyhting in xp blindfolded and it dosent try to restrict me with that stupid admin whatever
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remember during the first 2 week launch of windows vista it only sold 24 copies in China? lol...
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I really don't hate Vista, really, I don't, but my brother and I couldn't stop laughing when I found this googling "vista fail" on youtube.

YouTube - Vista install in 2 minutes
"It's not even loading on this machine!"

LOL

I am against the destruction of perfectly good working devices and products, but this is only a disk; he still has the license.
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I really don't hate Vista, really, I don't, but my brother and I couldn't stop laughing when I found this googling "vista fail" on youtube.

YouTube - Vista install in 2 minutes
That moron broke his paper shredder
"You would think my hardware is old, but it's brand new. I got the Blue Screen of Death"
I bet he regretted doing that when he read that it wasn't the OS that caused the BSOD, but the poorly coded device drivers from his hardware manufacturer.....the probably released new ones a few weeks after he ruined a good $150 or so.
I guess he still has the key though....he didn't destroy the box.
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Just installed Vista again since when I got it when it first came out, not as bad as it was back then..just got sick of the consent crashing etc however I will be getting more ram this weekend lol
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Just installed Vista again since when I got it when it first came out, not as bad as it was back then..just got sick of the consent crashing etc however I will be getting more ram this weekend lol

Constant Crashing huh ?

Because more ram will obviously fix ure problems
post #17 of 18
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Constant Crashing huh ?

Because more ram will obviously fix ure problems
RAM has nothing to do with it. Not enough RAM would just make your Vista experience slow, it shouldn't make it crash/BSOD. Constant crashing is something else.
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Never did he say that the more RAM would fix any crashing problems...he just said that when he first got it a when it first came out it was crashing a lot. I'm assuming that with the SP1, or whatever he thinks has changed, he has decided to go back to Vista. And seeing as 2Gb of RAM in Vista is a travesty, he said he was getting more.

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