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Windows 7: Still some stability problems

11 Jul 2009   #1

Win7 rc 64x build 7100 Ultimate
Still some stability problems

Still on 7100 Rc 64x I am having some Ntfs problems In raid o have run disk checks Memory tests all come back perfect.

I am suspecting the Intel ICH8R/ICH9R/ICH10R/SATA RAID drivers.
To clarify on install I have tried both 32bit and 64 bit Preloads for 64x.

Also I have dowloaded and tried 7229 iso but cannot get confirmed hash checks with the postings on this site. Instal failed on all of them except my original RC from microsoft.

Wish they would just let the newer builds out officially.
Whats the point in Testing an RC then leaving the other builds to be spammed all over the world through torrents and fileshares.

Really like the direction Win 7 has taken but am very dissaponted with baisic core hardware driver updates CREATIVE!! INTEL! SIIG! LOGITECH! Your geting stomped By realtech Cracklefest Onboard sound.

I could go on! Rant off have a nice day people

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