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3D cube its sweet add like abilty to flip screens same effect as found on linux.
Sounds nice, i'll check it out when i have everything up and running!
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2. Yes you can
3. YES UAC should be the first thing you disable
Where do you find this UAC?
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1- I had no issues with 4GB (2X2GB) at all, but I've read that some people have issues and they need to install with 2GB and apply a hotfix before going 4GB

2- Just connect both drives and install Vista in the new drive, it should automatically install the bootloader

3- Disable UAC (User account control), you can do that by opening users from the control panel
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Allright everything is up and running!

Now i disabled UAC, but now theres the annoying red "x" down to the right which wants to turn it on.

Now can i make the "x" go away without turning UAC on?

Thanx!
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I honestly have no problem with UAC. It only comes up if I run something that directly accesses my hardware (CPU-Z, ATITool, etc) and I'd rather have the added security. Really, it has never gotten in my way, and I'd rather know I'm clicking "Yes" all of the time then not know when a bad process comes up in the background, and have something go haywire on me. I guess that's just personal preference.
    
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So i am getting Vista home premium and a samsung spinpoint f1 1tb and 4gb of mushkin RAM.

1. I have heard something that you first have to install 2 gb ram, and install sp1 and then install the second 2 gb?

2. I have an old harddrive (250 gb) which has got xp installed, now i want to format it and connect it later so i can store some random stuff on it and keep the primrary stuff on the new harddrive, how do i do all this?

3. I have heard that when you get vista, the first thing to do is to disable something like sid or spd or something like that, where do i do that?

Thanx in advance!

FilluX
I think your best route would be to rite it to zero's and use hd tools and partion to stoage drive i know wd has one that i use,imo
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