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Re: My new project
« Reply #30 on: April 18, 2008, 08:41:26 am »
As usual MS screw up a simple upgrade to vista from winxp. I`m on other pc at moment.
Followed all the instructions to upgrade. It loaded all the files etc but never got to the welcome page. Wont boot up to vista. Setup is still available, and changed boot up to cd-rom etc, no luck.
So I now have pc with no vista or winxp.
Its only when I used this pc to check out vista problems on upgrades, that I found that this is a common problem which MS have yet to fix. Cd-rom was vista home premium edition.
Any thoughts on how to get my winxp back. Tried booting up with winxp cd-rom which was ok .Hit repair etc but no luck. It will allow me to completely format drive. YUK!. Maybe I`ll sleep on it tonight and decide in morning.
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« Reply #31 on: April 18, 2008, 09:15:04 am »
As usual MS screw up a simple upgrade to vista from winxp. I`m on other pc at moment.
Followed all the instructions to upgrade. It loaded all the files etc but never got to the welcome page. Wont boot up to vista. Setup is still available, and changed boot up to cd-rom etc, no luck.
So I now have pc with no vista or winxp.
Its only when I used this pc to check out vista problems on upgrades, that I found that this is a common problem which MS have yet to fix. Cd-rom was vista home premium edition.
Any thoughts on how to get my winxp back. Tried booting up with winxp cd-rom which was ok .Hit repair etc but no luck. It will allow me to completely format drive. YUK!. Maybe I`ll sleep on it tonight and decide in morning.
cheers

Try doing a straight install of Vista. When I did that it moved all the documents and settings and program files to a folder called windows.old, so you can cut and past them to where you want. Worth a try, maybe.

(it gives you this option during before having to actually install, so you can back out beforehand if needs be).
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Re: My new project
« Reply #32 on: April 18, 2008, 08:44:39 pm »
He wont do that Quantum, he would be too scared of losing his porn.  [LOL!]

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« Reply #33 on: April 25, 2008, 05:20:52 am »
He wont do that Quantum, he would be too scared of losing his porn.  [LOL!]
Its a new PC Billy, there is nothing on it.lol

Quantum.  Clean install ,all ok, everything updated. Running 2nd similar card in SLI. Super graphics and everything running cool. Have 2 "Old" files on programs, one is 754mb in size. Presume its better to cut and paste small sections at a time  or can I copy the lot at one go ??
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Re: My new project
« Reply #34 on: October 18, 2012, 08:39:18 pm »
In the new project should be,, work with hard working,, i have new project,,
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