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Re: Windows 7 anyone?

PostPosted: Tue Jun 16, 2009 9:11 pm
by DataCabbitKSW
CaribMD, if you are running on that kind of hardware (a decen core processor and a fairly recent bit of hardware) then you should be able to tune Windows 7 to run on it really smoothly. Some of the fancier features of Aero may not be fully available, but that is often a hardware restriction. However, the system works fine in partial Aero or even in non-aero mode. When designing Windows 7 one of the things they had in mind was the netbook market and being able to set it up to work on there. You can take a look in the news about the new Archos 9 UMPC that was revealed a bit ago. There are posts up on technet on how to easily get Windows 7 onto systems that don't have an optical drive: http://tinyurl.com/cy32ll

Re: Windows 7 anyone?

PostPosted: Wed Jun 17, 2009 6:08 pm
by CaribMD
DataCabbitKSW wrote:CaribMD, if you are running on that kind of hardware (a decen core processor and a fairly recent bit of hardware) then you should be able to tune Windows 7 to run on it really smoothly. Some of the fancier features of Aero may not be fully available, but that is often a hardware restriction. However, the system works fine in partial Aero or even in non-aero mode. When designing Windows 7 one of the things they had in mind was the netbook market and being able to set it up to work on there. You can take a look in the news about the new Archos 9 UMPC that was revealed a bit ago. There are posts up on technet on how to easily get Windows 7 onto systems that don't have an optical drive: http://tinyurl.com/cy32ll

Yes its sweet, I'm still learning all the features, I have XP virtual beta running also.

Re: Windows 7 anyone?

PostPosted: Thu Apr 29, 2010 4:12 am
by juliennepeters
Windows 7 is really an extension and a refinement of the true tenets of Windows (that we just made up): broad hardware compatibility, coatings of usability over deep functionality, and a "everything for everybody" approach to feature sets and SKUs. With such broad aims, and such a diverse userbase, it's no wonder that there are plenty of spots where the OS still falls short, but taken as a whole it's clear that Microsoft has taken a strong step forward with Windows 7.

Re: Windows 7 anyone?

PostPosted: Sat Oct 30, 2010 6:55 am
by ashiqur
Check to make sure all the drivers are installed properly. This can be done by:

Right Clicking on "My Computer">Select "Manage>Select "chinabuye com" in the left hand pane

If there are any yellow question marks that is a problem! And you need to find the drivers that are for that device. The overheating problem could also be unrelated. So it may be best, especially if it is under warranty, to take it in to your local computer expert.