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Windows 7: Easy Transfer... Really?

28 Mar 2010   #1

Windows 7 ultimate X64
Easy Transfer... Really?

I have had root canals that were easier! Now I suppose if I'd paid for a transfer cable(which is what,by the way...just a firewire?)Why couldnt I just make one? Makes me wonder if I REALLY need all those files anyway? I mean, thats what we DO with our HDD's anyway is find a file, save a file, then go back and delete most of them in the end anyway...right?
AAh, now that I've vented that...
This all came about due to my new build. I ended up spending WAY more than I planned on it, so I was thinking of selling it to recoup the funds, and build another one.(Ok, REALLY, it was just for show cuz my wife was up my backside, and I didnt really think either one would sell for what I asked). But the more I took it out for a spin, the more I was liking it. So I let fate decide which rig would be let go. I posted the new build AND the Dell at the same time thinking well, if someone comes up with that kinda cash so be it. But as it would turn out, I have a gent picking up the Dell in the morning. Didnt even try to haggle about price. So now I'm left with the clean-up before then.
But hey, in just a few short hours, I'll be in a Dell-Free environment!
Everybody say ' BYE DELL'
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28 Mar 2010   #2


Bye Dell
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28 Mar 2010   #3

win 7 ultimate32bit, Win8.1pro wmc 32bit

i like my Dell's
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29 Mar 2010   #4

Windows 7 ultimate X64

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by pebbly View Post
i like my Dell's
Oh, I like it fine. For an average user, it would be an AWESOME rig. It just wont do what I want, WHEN I want it to. (OC'ing)
But ah, the memories of the past year with it...the times we had. The late nights spent updating...debugging....dismounting the heatsink (accident)
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