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Windows 7: Build 7057 x-64 upgrade from 7048 x-64 fails ?

14 Mar 2009   #11

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 Build 7127

I've upgrade with no issues, like when i upgrade from 7000 to 7048

Only a little issue with WLM, now solved. I also fixed the desktop.ini at startup.

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14 Mar 2009   #12

Windows Vista SP3 + Windows 7

So out of interest I upgraded 7048 --> 7057 but went and watched the rugby for 90 minutes. Considering that every other install took less than 30 mins, i was amazed that this upgrade took a hr or more.

It freezes at certain stages for up to or more than 25 mins and i have a very powerful pc aswell >.<

No clue why it was 2-3 times slower than any other install but it does work.
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