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Windows 7: Tiny annoyance with a stripped Windows 7

20 Aug 2009   #21


Well so...

If I did want to install a full 7600, would it install by moving the current windows installation to "Windows.old"?

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 Tiny annoyance with a stripped Windows 7

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