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Windows 7: GTX260 bad in Windows 7?

18 Jul 2009   #21

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Be sure to use a untouched copy of W7. There are a lot of copies floating around that have been modded using vlite. Those copies will have the vista style boot. There is also a copy of server 2008 R2 which has been converted to client and it has the vista boot.

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