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Windows 7: 7000 vs 7057

21 Mar 2009   #21

Windows 7 X64

This is exactly why MS released 7 for beta testing. As you can read there a lot if different results. Some good and some bad. To be honest though I think anyone who has tried 7 on 10 pcs and couldn't get it to work on any of them should retire, I'm sorry. I have used the upgrade from vista to 7057 with only the desktop.ini issue on every pc. I will say 7057 doesn't seem to be as stable as 7000 I had some issues with nvidias drivers (who would have thought and I do not blame 7 for it), I think its about time to switch to ATI.

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21 Mar 2009   #22

Windows 7 Enterprise SP1 x64 Windows 8 Enterprise RTM x64

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by torrentg View Post
Card at That's very close to what I paid when had it. I overclock it with the ati tray tools to well above 800 mhz gpu and well above 2100 mhz memory without a hiccup. It stays as cool as can be, only reaching like 65 degrees C playing the most demanding games. Highly recommended. And I do this all with a 350 watt power supply, which is not recommended at all...but hey, it's happenin for me.
Ohhhhhh very tempted.... i was worried the agp drivers would not work with 7 when looking at these cards before...
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22 Mar 2009   #23


7057 = no more random freeze crashes! 7000 had these and it was one of the only things that annoyed me.
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23 Mar 2009   #24

Windows 7

hello every one ...i have a problem i am running 7057...and have a problem everytime a go in control panel and try to click on any icons there it windows explorer crashes and restarts...any ideas ?
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23 Mar 2009   #25

windows 7 RC1 Build 7100


I would like to highlight that the build 7057 is stable as 7000 or more. It does not cause a problem such as hanging or the blue screen etc. Its been 10 days, still no problem. MS has done lot of improvement for this release at least. I think you guys are doing something wrong or might be some 3rd party sw that is causing the problems for you.
If you are a computer geek, you can solve it, your sound doesn't seem that u r a geek
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23 Mar 2009   #26

Windows 7

I have been using Build 7000 since it has been available and havent had any issues at all. I had one BSOD but it was self inflicted one. I was experimenting with Realtek NIC drivers. IE8 was buggy in the beginning but Microsoft issued a update for it and runs good now.
I thought I would download IE8 and install it on my XP laptop... and wow... it had alot of issues. IE8 wouldnt load webpages etc.... went back to IE7 .
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23 Mar 2009   #27

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit

Hi Win 7

Powercolor HD 3850 agp here and i love it. Drivers from Ati work great in Win 7 7048 no probs. This card most likely will be the last agp we get, you know how most posts go (your still useing agp, that's old tech) which really doesn't bother me cause it still works great.

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23 Mar 2009   #28

Win 7 Ultimate 64 RTM

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by BucSox79 View Post
Ive had no issues upgrading. Non that I noticed anyways.
Well it updated , Now using the latest version 7057 , was using 7000 before

- I had to uninstall my xfi sound drivers as it wouldn't update with them installed ( reinstalled after update )

- Need to reinstall my graphics drivers aswell as it nuked my updated ones lol

- Security center had to be disabled again ( via system settings & admin tools services ) , i do weekly checks myself anyway
Windows 7: Hide Action Center Notification Messages (For Geeks)

- Used pnputil -e to check for old windows 7 7000 version drivers and removed if 7057 are listed next to it

- Desktop.ini kept on loading up and showing as a notepad on desktop on every reboot fixed via link
Fix Windows 7 Build 7057 Desktop.ini Opening on Every Reboot

- Windows Firewall and defender had to be disabled again in services , i use my own hardware/software

Had to do some stuff , i didn't expect a smooth ride but i was still pleased. Though this build doesn't seem as snappy as 7000
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23 Mar 2009   #29

Windows 7 x64 build 7068

Just a update, I have stayed with 7057. Was thinking of going back to 7000 but some of the issues I had seem to have gone away..

I still get some but they are caused by other apps, still not good but at least I know why. Nero Vision crashes my gadgets, BSoD caused by me and my overclocking , random app failure is well, app failure (happens in Vista, XP, etc.). I had managed to "see" all these issues on the first day after loading 7057 and so had the "feel" that 7057 was a bit less than 7000.

Strange issues like freezes, video crash, media center bugs, seem to have somehow have corrected. These I have no idea, but if it is not crashing don't fix it.

So now I have to say, 7057.
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23 Mar 2009   #30
Rich Hackney

Windows 7 beta

You are not alone - when I tried to install Norton 360 ver 3, I crashed the system everytime, requiring a total system restore. After installing AVG 8, things calmed down. But I still have compatibility issues with Itunes 8.1 and all of the MS Office programs - that really sucks as I have to always rerun the compatilbility tool to make them work. Other than that, I do notice a more responsive startup and shutdown times and very beautiful desktop. Everythings loads much faster than 7000. But I did not have the compatility issues in 7000 that I have now.
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