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Beachcoma

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  1. I noticed this as well. Would it be better for a dual-boot Win7/Vista or Win7/XP pc to have the 200MB partition?
  2. Hello to all those on the MSFN forums, lurking or otherwise. Beach here, introducing myself to the boards. I ran accross these forums a little over 2 weeks ago, after following links via nLite at Download.com. I was actually just browsing through whatever freeware apps on offer there (checking out freeware apps is one of my hobbies) and happened accross the software mentioned earlier. Long story short, it led me to these forums. I'm not a "pro" computer user, but I can't say I'm a complete noob to computers either coz I've been in constant contact with them since I was 5 years old (that's 18 years ago), so you could say me and computers (specifically PCs) go a long way back. I've got a love-hate relationship with them. I love to mess around with them, tweak 'em, run things on 'em and such, but I hate them when they don't work, naturally I'm sure a lot of you can relate to that Anyways, I have to say you guys've got a great forum here. I've learned so much in the past 14 days or so, from minor things like setting up the WINNT.SIF file to slightly more advance stuff like making switchless installers, from the not so important like intergrating an unsigned XP theme to the very important such as testing out the unattended cd on a virtual machine. In short, it's been very educational. My thanks to all those who have contributed to make this happen, be it directly or otherwise. Well, I don't want to bore you all with my long-winded rant. Suffice it to say that I like it here, or I wouldn't have been moved to register myself. So long, until the next time
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