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Windows 7: 7100 SQL Server 2005 Problem

25 Apr 2009   #11
Aikar

Win7 7100, XP Pro SP2
 
 

Well it was actually a few very minor problems that i dont see having any reason to break from another win7 version lol. But im hooked on win7 now and want to use it as primary OS but i still need to keep working on our software, and our software is for the game I play so i need to play and work at same time ;P


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