Discussion in 'Software Q&A' started by koolbluez, Jan 29, 2007.
A huge review on Microsofts latest malware
man whatever it maybe.... the packaging looks cool in sexy black! guess it soon be released! MS' "most awaited" OS! i guess they said the same while launching WinXP!
man the cover is awesome....
the review is jus the normal expected stuff...
Uh... it's been out for quite a while now. More than a month and approaching two, actually.
^^ bumping old threads!!! look at the date i posted. the day it was released!!!
Oops! Sorry! It is not my fault though, it is koolbluez's.
^^ how??? u bumped it na???
LOL! The sly creep! He deleted his post.
He... uh... arrived, rose hell and left!
Anything you say about vista ultimate but packaging is very and very cool.
And I am falling in love with Windows Vista. I will soon forget windows xp (atleast during my leisure time)
I was gifted windows vista ultimate by my brother.the installation had several problems coexisting with xp so i did a clean install by booting from dvd.the installer crashed several times but the installation was never interrupted or stopped.it even crashed during performance analysis but then after reboot i was asked to enter user name and password.it then crashed again and again asked me to enter a different user name and password.my pc easily exceeds the minimum requirement for vista ultimate.the aero theme looks great.but os crashes several times during normal run.i did a debug analysis and found that the problem was caused by ntoskrnl.exe but how do i get this useless os to run fine.also as stated in digit vista should unload everything useless but instead it uses a lot of video memory through the aero interface i have 256 mb of video memory and tried to run r6vegas but even after disabling aero and running in program compatiblity the game crashes due to lack of memory.this os needs a hell a lot of memory.i am going to use readyboost usb memory to increase performance
1) Readyboost is not equivalent to RAM.
2) Something is wrong with your RAM, Vista doesn't crashes on Installation stage unless RAM or other hardware is malfunctioning. Plz state your full system specs in a new thread in Software troubleshooting alongwith which version of Vista are u using? RTM or RC
from where did u get the idea that i think ready boost is equivalent to ram
my system specs are:
1 gb ram
athlon xp 2400+
msi ms-6367 nforce motherboard
700 watt power supply
I think u are to the point because my rams are of different companies.i will buy two 512 mb cards and i guess the problem will be solved
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