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Windows 7: Wont start due to setup failure

18 Apr 2012   #21
mj02x

Vista
 
 

I've done everything instructed and so far nada! Thats it i'm reporting you guys to our Supreme Leader Leo Laporte:-)
I don't think even the Photoshop Virtual surfer guy would be able to figure this out. So i will take $75.00 to the neighborhood "Computer Expert" and let him use his expertise:-/ I think I'll go up to my attic and get my old Commodore 64 out and play pong. Hopefully I won't mess that up. Bye all. And thanks for the advice.


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18 Apr 2012   #22
gregrocker

 

The surfboard is not photoshopped: Intel's Tablet PC Centrino Surfboard

Absent the insults and had you shown any sign of following the troubleshooting steps I took the trouble to type out, I would have continued helping you.

The US has been utterly ruined by talk radio which took over and wrecked us beyond repair. Don't bring that trash talk here.

Buh-bye!
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19 Apr 2012   #23
mj02x

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It looks like you get the last laugh. First of all the Photoshop guy whatever thing was just a gag. No offense meant. I just wanted to keep my sense of humor up dealing with this POS computer. I do appologize if you were insulted. That wasn't the intent. Now for your retribution I spent $75.00 for a "master tech" to tell me that Win 7 could not be installed on my PC. He said something about "planned obselesense" Apparently the ASUS A8R32 motherboard and accompaning BIOS are incompatable with anything over XP:-( Happy Surfing..........
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