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Keyboard Logitech G910 Orion Spark Mouse Logitech G502 PSU Corsair GS800 Case Storm Trooper Stryker White Hard Drives 56GB KINGSTON SVP200S37A60G
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Logitech Mouse Matt
Computer type Laptop System Manufacturer/Model Number HP Compaq nc8430 OS Windows 7 Home Premium x64 CPU Intel Core 2 Duo T7200@2.00GHz Memory 3.00 GB DDR2 Ram Graphics Card ATI Mobility Radeon x1600 Screen Resolution 1680x1050
Windows 10 Technical Preview Is there a way to get the download & install the OS w/o having a Microsoft ID?
I want to try out the OS, but I don't want to be forced to use a Microsoft Account or be connected to SkyNet ...
I mean OneDrive (that could be bypassed in 8 Here & Here).
Installation & Setup
Windows Technical Preview I'm on Windows 7 x64 and Windows Update keeps pushing Windows Technical Preview for me to update to. I keep right-clicking and 'hide update' but still pushes it to my update. The Published date has gone backwards from Sept 30th, 23rd, 16th, 9th 2nd, August 26th. Has this been happening with anyone...
Windows Updates & Activation
SCAM? Phone call from "Microsoft Windows Repair Support, Albany" While experiencing issues with BSOD and inability to repair Windows, the Repair Tool pop-up when it discovers it can't fix the issue asks if I want to report this to Microsoft. I chose SEND, and continued banging my head against the desk.
Couple of days into this foray and I get a call saying...
Please help me get some sense from Windows technical I have a computer which came with Vista. I bought the Windows 7 Upgrade disk and when I did the installation it came up "invalid product key". After several false starts, transferrings to nowhere and people telling me the problem must be that I typed it wrong/used the caps lock key, I got through...