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Windows 7: My Kingston memory and Windows 7 compatibility

06 Jul 2010   #21

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by DeaconFrost View Post
Thank you for updating the specs. My advice from above still stands. You are well above the minimum and even the recommended specs. Windows 7 will run perfectly fine on your system.
How can you be sure that my motherboard is compatible with Windows 7?

And also my hard drives? I don't want to lost any data because of incompatibility issues.

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06 Jul 2010   #22

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by rfe777 View Post
How can you be sure that my motherboard is compatible with Windows 7?
This is the part that has me confused. Have you ever heard of a motherboard that wasn't compatible with Windows 7? When you are finding out the compatibility of hardware with an OS, you simply make sure your core components are fast enough to handle it, based of the OS's minimum requirements. Then you worry about non-core devices, like printers, scanners, etc...and the software on the system.

Like I said several times have a fairly recent system. I'm honestly not sure why you are so worried about this. If you had an old P4 system...maybe, I could see wondering if it would run Windows 7 fast enough.

Did someone tell you that you might have an issue, and that has you spooked? I'm just guessing, but I'm wondering if that's why you keep question the parts that shouldn't need worrying about.
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