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Windows 7: Windows 7 7057 Install Restart Problem


10 Apr 2009   #11

Vista
 
 

Found a spare 8.1 unbuntu bootdisk and managed to boot from that. Got rid of the bugged windows installer files and my old build 7000 data, and managed to boot into vista after restart... was never so happy to see the vista boot screen before
now to get rid of 7 and the installer from the boot list, i'll get the propper working 7057 disk on sunday or something, but should i upgrade to 7077? what are the major benifits of 7077? stability or just bigger driver database?

thanks alot for all this help with this horrible problem

<3 the help Night Hawk


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10 Apr 2009   #12

Windows 7 Ultimate x64, XP Mode, W8.1 Preview VM - 7 Pro x64 second remote tower
 
 

So far a few of us have noticed a small increase in drivers included in this build. It may take a few days to find out things about the 64bit 7077 while some are wondering about going back to the 7068 for various reasons.

And yes some favored the 7057 over the 7068! So far the 32bit 7077 is working out here except for a repeat problem seen with a tv tuner card in use here on both 7077s while the 7000 64bit saw that working well! A few installs later the 32bit 700o saw that work.

The one thing to remember is up until now everything has been in beta form where we are going to be seeing the RC escrows followed by the RC1 in May hopefully made public like the 7000 there. The advantage of the 7077 right off however is seeing the expiration as 6/1/2010 over the previous builds months earlier for any long time run.

Your circumstances like hardware combination, programs run, and a few other things are what will often determine which build appears more stable until the RC1. By then most of the bugs and features will have been worked heading towards the RTM.
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10 Apr 2009   #13

Vista
 
 

isn't the 7057 build expiry date the first of march 2010 or something? so going to 7077 would only be another couple of months.
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10 Apr 2009   #14

Windows 7 Ultimate x64, XP Mode, W8.1 Preview VM - 7 Pro x64 second remote tower
 
 

That's a few extra months to consider if you haven't already upgraded to a newer build like the RC1 or bought the retail release. Remember all these are only temporary to begin with. 7 is something you place on a spare partition or drive not intended at this point as the main OS while many(actually most) have it set that way.
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