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Installing Windows 7
I recently downloaded the beta of Windows 7 from the Microsoft Website after quite a bit of trouble that most of you may have heard about.
I was wondering if I should install Windows 7 onto the computer as an Operating System or whether I should install it on Virtual PC.
I really want to see what Windows 7 would be like on a proper computer with the necessary graphics cards, rather than running in a bit of a reduced functionality mode in Virtual PC.
Does anyone know if there is a specific program you can get that supports the Aero feature in a virtual operating system.
Thanks very much,
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|11 Jan 2009||#9|
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dual boot dont work on two diff harddrives
ok i got 64bit vista already installed. i install a 100gb barracuda to separate the os's i do a clean install on it now i have win 7 did restart vista boot is gone. so i take out my vista disc and put it in then restart did repair on the startup ok i got my vista back but now win 7 is gone whats the problem i hope someone from ms is reading this btw i ended up with blue screen i tried to get the error code but it was gone before i could write it down anyway im running amd 64 athlon with 2gb ram a 300gb hdd and a 100gb hdd 8600gt xxx graphics card my pc is a gateway. any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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