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Windows 7: Correct DOS commands might help

12 Jan 2013   #21
penny784

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Thanks for your help Kaktussoft.

I have finally thrown the laptop out of the window and cut the legs off all computer programmers because the only thing they are efficient at is writing nonsense. I am now retiring, in a sulk to a shop to buy a new laptop.

Hate this Vista thing I am writing on at the moment and once I get a new laptop, I shall endeavour to upgrade it to Win8, so.........in all likelihood, I shall be back here complaining that it failed and would someone please help but, at least, I shall not be so stupid ever again, as to think I could put one DOS command in front of the other logically.

I have to say I quite enjoyed trying but even a fool gets to realize, albeit slowly, that there's a limit to foolishness. Cheerio!


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13 Jan 2013   #22
Kaktussoft

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by penny784 View Post
Thanks for your help Kaktussoft.

I have finally thrown the laptop out of the window and cut the legs off all computer programmers because the only thing they are efficient at is writing nonsense. I am now retiring, in a sulk to a shop to buy a new laptop.

Hate this Vista thing I am writing on at the moment and once I get a new laptop, I shall endeavour to upgrade it to Win8, so.........in all likelihood, I shall be back here complaining that it failed and would someone please help but, at least, I shall not be so stupid ever again, as to think I could put one DOS command in front of the other logically.

I have to say I quite enjoyed trying but even a fool gets to realize, albeit slowly, that there's a limit to foolishness. Cheerio!
I hope nobody is hurt or got the laptop on his head ;-)

Only thing you had to do is:
  • Format the RAW partition as NTFS, or
  • Delete the RAW partition, or
  • Leave it as it was
The reinstall win7 Clean Install Windows 7
Not difficult at all!!
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