ASUS exec talks Eee PC sales, Windows 7

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    8 Pro x64
       #10

    off topic, I must be one of the few that hasn't had BSOD in x32 Vista. Crashes and hangs yes, but no BSOD. I wish I hadn't typed that. I've just given the finger to karma and karma likes to finger back...

    (I had BSOD when I was running x64 though)
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    Vista X32. Windows 7 32bit
       #11

    smarteyeball said:
    off topic, I must be one of the few that hasn't had BSOD in x32 Vista. Crashes and hangs yes, but no BSOD. I wish I hadn't typed that. I've just given the finger to karma and karma likes to finger back...

    (I had BSOD when I was running x64 though)
    I ran my Reliability Index recently and could see all the Red X's from ny SATA drive BSOD's and when I fiddled with my clock speeds.. Haven't had too many others
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    8 Pro x64
       #12

    I just had a quick look at mine and no red x's for hardware which is good. Plenty of Red x''s for App crashes though
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