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Windows 7: Windows 7 or Windows Vista?

21 Apr 2009   #11


Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by gsparx View Post
Awesome, thanks guys. I think I will go with Windows 7 X64. I might dual boot Vista if the need comes up, but ill just stick with 7 now. I think all of my stuff is fairly new, so I hopefully won't have any driver problems. I'm a little wary about dual booting cause back when I tried to dual boot XP with Vista I messed up my whole drive and lost everything, the hard drives even became unusable, couldn't reformat or anything. Don't ask me how, I wasn't as experienced then, but I hear that XP and Vista don't play well together. Can anyone comment on the ease of dualing Vista and 7?



Oh, and since I'm going to be reinstalling games, is it possible to copy my savegames from Vista to 7? Are the savegames compatible?

Sorry, one more question. Would it technically be illegal to download a copy of Windows 7 build 7077 seeing as it hasn't actually been released?
If u go for Dual this is the tutorial from the Forum Admin
Dual Boot Installation with Windows 7 and Vista

Yes I think it is possible to take your saved Games from Vista to 7, search for it...

The Law depends country wise... If u want to download u can from a Torrent site (Just Google it)

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