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Bull**** ;)

 

Agreed

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I dual boot Windows XP Professional and Vista Home Premium.

 

I was anxious to install Vista as people said you need a quad core superHz make you toast in the morning processer with 5000TB of DDR80000 Ram to use it, and my Pentium 4 3.0GHz with 1.5GB of Ram runs it like it was made for it.

 

I use XP for gaming though, Vista + ATi Drivers = FAIL.

 

1)

5000TB
: I hope thats a typo

 

2)Great idea to dual boot xp and vista, just restart in to another os, also you can share files between partitions

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1): I hope thats a typo

 

2)Great idea to dual boot xp and vista, just restart in to another os, also you can share files between partitions

 

To be fair, we'll say he meant 4.88PB

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Using Windows Vista Ultimate 64-Bit Edition.

 

1st Comp: Windows 98SE | AMD Athlon 1GHZ | 256MB of RAM | 32MB Geforce MX400 (I think?) | 40GB HDD

2nd Comp: Windows Xp | AMD Athlon Xp 1.6GHZ | 1.5GB of RAM | 64MB Onboard Graphics (Later ATI Powercolor 9600Pro 256MB AGP 8x 128-Bit) | 80GB HDD

 

Present: Windows Vista Ultimate 64-Bit SP1 | AMD Athlon 64 x2 4850e 2.5GHZ OC'ed @3.10GHZ | nVidia Geforce 8600GTS 512MB 128-Bit 704/1008MHZ | 320GB OS/160GB Storage

 

Edit: Soon to upgrade too two HIS 4830's in Crossfire Mode :)

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Bull**** ;)

 

...IE6 is slower, not standards-compliant, has no tabs, no popups blocking, is really old, hasn't got any of the new things in modern browsers like FF 3.1 / Chrome 2 / IE8 / Opera 10 / Safari 4, ...

Why don't you want to upgrade to Vista (or Seven when it'll be out) ?

 

 

@Corona : PB = Petabyte = 1024 TB.

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@Corona : PB = Petabyte = 1024 TB.

 

Ah know. Peanut Butter tastes much better than Teanut Butter.

 

Oh, and I'm using XP Home SP3, and WinME (not upgraded) on an HP 98/95 Pavillion, 512 ram, Pentium4 1700, nVidea GeForce2 MX/MX 400 (heh).

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Oh, and I'm using XP Home SP3, and WinME (not upgraded) on an HP 98/95 Pavillion, 512 ram, Pentium4 1700, nVidea GeForce2 MX/MX 400 (heh).

 

So which system is the nVidea GeForce2 MX/MX 400 on WinXP or WinME? Thats the same graphics card as mine. Or do you have a dual boot system? ;)

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So which system is the nVidea GeForce2 MX/MX 400 on WinXP or WinME? Thats the same graphics card as mine. Or do you have a dual boot system? ;)

 

I have both XP and ME on the same drive, in their own partitions. They both use the GeForce2 card. I don't run both XP and ME at the same time of course. Boot Magic pulls up a choice box when I boot, and from there I choose either XP or ME to run.

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I have XP Pro SP3 in desktop, XP Pro SP2 in Compaq Presario Laptop, and Vista SP1 in Dell Inspiron Laptop.

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They both use the GeForce2 card.

 

So do you have the different drivers for both systems? ;)

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So do you have the different drivers for both systems? ;)

 

I installed 93.71 forceware for XP (latest one that still works), and whatever older driver that came with ME's installation disc for ME.

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I installed 93.71 forceware for XP (latest one that still works), and whatever older driver that came with ME's installation disc for ME.

 

I donwloaded drivers from Nvidia when I had the card. When I tried to install after a rebuild the drivers were corrupt. I went back to Nvidia but they weren't listed anymore so I joined their forum and found them on their Nvidia forum, v81.98. ;)

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Went back to XP Pro.

 

Linux will be installed again, either on a older PC or dual boot, haven't decided.

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