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Windows 7: Windows 7 Taskbar refusing to go transparent

01 Jun 2010   #11
kucing13

 

buy the new seven RTM.. That should do it


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01 Jun 2010   #12
DaB0McHuK4

Windows 7 Ultimate Build 7227
 
 

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Pal if you read the posts above the least of your worries is a BSOD. If you don't do something about your Release candidate OS you might not have a working PC after next Tuesday.
at the moment to give myself a little more time, i have set the date to 2009 but i was wondering if there is possibly a way around this whole evaluation thing to make it sort-of like an RTM but just so it doesnt expire. i also have a screen of my winver here if that helps.
There is no legal way to do this and we do not discuss or support illegal operating systems, or other software, on Sevenforums.
kk didnt know how you guys operated but thanks for all your help.
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01 Jun 2010   #13
DaB0McHuK4

Windows 7 Ultimate Build 7227
 
 

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buy the new seven RTM.. That should do it
lol. a mate of mine (who is a qualified IT tech) said hes gunna get me a copy.
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01 Jun 2010   #14
DaB0McHuK4

Windows 7 Ultimate Build 7227
 
 

i was also wondering if there was possibly a way of making my taskbars and that a different color?? (they're refusing to even do that) because i would really like it to be black. (or something along those lines)
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01 Jun 2010   #15
kucing13

 

well lucky for you
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