- Jun 30, 2006
- 1995 Subaru Legacy, 2008 Subaru Legacy
Thanks for the LOL[angry pirate sound] jharr mi buuty[/angry pirate sound]
create a secondary partition. install windows 7, when asked for the option of upgrade and clean install, choose clean install. Then just make sure your installation dir is not C:\ and it should automatically create a boot load option.Does anyone know how to switch between Vista and 7? I don't want to destroy my Vista install so I'd like to create a secondary partition for 7 and be able to choose which one when I boot up.
Didn't truncate any of my mp3 collections. And I ran Windows 7 for about 3 days, everything seems to be fine.Careful all Windows 7 users with mp3s. I read that it will irreparably damage your mp3s, cutting bits of the ends.
Can't link to the article unfortunately, as it's in German.
Me too, i've been running it for a few days...Didn't truncate any of my mp3 collections. And I ran Windows 7 for about 3 days, everything seems to be fine.
Yeah, but XP x64 is such a horrible OS you are better off using Vista x64 regardless of your aversions to Vista.You need a 64bit OS to use more than 3 (or 4...can't remember which). XP64 can do it.
I'm this guy aswell... I did hold off on switching from Win98 to XP as long as possible, and I'll do the same. They'll get me on Vista/7/8/whatever eventuallyI hate to be one of these guys, but I would much rather stick with XP rather than go for Vista or Windows 7.
Wait, HD wallpapers? as in moving video for your wallpaper?? wouldn't that be freaking distracting?So does it support HD wallpapers? The ones in WM's screenshots look like it. Would be great to see it now I have HDCP working.
Also, which version is better? 32 or 64 bit?
Nah I just mean HDR style images that would only work on HD displays. The colours on those images make me think you can.Wait, HD wallpapers? as in moving video for your wallpaper?? wouldn't that be freaking distracting?
Why would it not support it? I have a full-hd resolution monitor, and am using 1920 resolution pictures as a background with windows XP, and I don't see any reason why I wouldn't be able to use a 1920 resolution pic that has HDR effects on it.Nah I just mean HDR style images that would only work on HD displays.
You answered your own question there, didn't you?Nah I just mean HDR style images that would only work on HD displays.