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still on 6801

im ready for a newer release, this is my OS
post #32 of 44
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better than xp speeds tho? my pc boots in about 30 secs, i guess 50 from within windows boot, is pretty good.
couldnt really say, i stopped using XP a lifetime ago.... rest assured the final release of W7 will be a thing of beauty!!!!
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post #33 of 44
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still on 6801

im ready for a newer release, this is my OS

skullzaflare...


there is a newer version, 6936 is the x64 upgrade for 6801...

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skullzaflare...


there is a newer version, 6936 is the x64 upgrade for 6801...

my laptop only has 2gb of ram, and ive had no issues with the 32bit or 6801 other than ie8, i might migrate over to FF soon
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Nothing like a skinned copy of windows vista.
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Nothing like a skinned copy of windows vista.
if reskinning vista made it run 75% faster, then ****, ill delete the skisn in vista
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my laptop only has 2gb of ram, and ive had no issues with the 32bit or 6801 other than ie8, i might migrate over to FF soon
i see.... 6956 is an option for you then but i personally found it super buggy

WARNING

anyone dual booting this ''pre-beta'' release with vista on the same HDD BEWARE!! when the timer runs out it may take vista's boot loader with it..

this only appears to be a problem when booting 2 OS's from the same drive....

i don't know too much about it, but this is what they're using to separate the two.... EASYBCD

here is a thread discussing the problem...

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post #38 of 44
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i see.... 6956 is an option for you then but i personally found it super buggy

WARNING

anyone dual booting this ''pre-beta'' release with vista on the same HDD BEWARE!! when the timer runs out it may take vista's boot loader with it..

this only appears to be a problem when booting 2 OS's from the same drive....

i don't know too much about it, but this is what they're using to separate the two.... EASYBCD

here is a thread discussing the problem...

i installed 7 then vista
no problems here
post #39 of 44
for a site that condems pirating of software, you guys are sure eager to show it off.
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post #40 of 44
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for a site that condems pirating of software, you guys are sure eager to show it off.
hmm, pirating i consider to be dling software you have to payfor, this OS does not cost, so tis not thy piration
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