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Windows 7: Back to 7048 (seems faster than 7057)

18 Mar 2009   #31

Windows Vista Ultimate x86

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Airbot View Post
Now Now, let's not be rude gentlemen.


Your boot screen showing for five minutes seems very excessive, it doesn't really describe a general problem either. If you feel it seems to take a real long time, then you can always reinstall it or maybe go back to build 7048, which many people seem to prefer over 7057.

And this may help with your language translations.

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Thanks you much! I'm tried Google Translate but this site support my Vietnamese too bad.
I like use 7057 because this log on screen is beautiful!

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18 Mar 2009   #32

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by meoawake View Post
I think my computer enough performance to run 7057. I installed Windows Vista Ultimate and now I "dual boot".

I working with 7022
1GB of RAM is pretty much the minimum to run it smoothly.

Well, you can search with google for windows 7 build 7048, or 7057 and install that if you wanted. I used both, they seem pretty good, like I said, some prefer 7048 over 7057 though.
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