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Windows 7: Win 7 Upgrade worked fine, but a few issues...

16 May 2009   #31

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You are wrong if you are getting any issues means that you you did not upgrade and i can give you a secret=If you change the date of your system(windows 7)before the expiration of windows 7 you can access it even after expiratio

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18 Sep 2009   #32


Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Buckeye25 View Post
My scores are terrible but my PC is performing excellent... The machine is running very crisp shuts down with no problem. Go figure...

You seem to have what I call a 'Lucky Packet'. Where all the components seem to gel perfectly with each other...

Nice one...
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18 Sep 2009   #33

64-bit Windows 8.1 Pro

Holy resurrection Batman!! This thread is as dead as my Aunt Milley's petunias !!
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18 Sep 2009   #34


Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by TerryTOH View Post
UAC seems to have resolved most of my issues, other than shutdown. I can live with the shutdown part for the time being.

Still surprised at how low my HD's performance index rating is, though.
Shut down in many cases can be fixed this way.
desktop -> open space right click -> new -> shortcut -> shutdown ->
ok -> shutdown . you should have a egly icon on desktop says shutdown.
open properties of shutdown, at behind shutdown.exe /s /t 000, move down and change icon to your preference. click apply.
now when you double click the shutdown. it gives the command shutdown NOW do not wait. = /t 000.

you also can add to shutdown.exe /r /t 000 and rename the icon Restart.
dowble click and it instantly goes into restart. plz change the icon and rename the shortcut to "Restart".

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