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wuhoatu

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  1. 1. NO OS can automatically detect ALL drivers but Windows 7 can detect a large number of device. Windows 7 can run smoothly with your 2GB of ram and it support Vista drivers. So don't worry about the driver if your system is compatible with Vista. 2. It depend on your system configuration. 3. and 4. You can try with Windows 7 install on a VMWare.
  2. +1 for installing from USB. It take me only 15 min instead of 25 min from DVD.
  3. Yes. It is Windows Mail. All you need is replacing file msoe.dll in Windows 7 with Windows Mail from Vista. Case you need set Windows Mail as default in Windows 7, you need further registry. You can download file from the link above and extract it with WinRar to see all content.
  4. All you need is copy the only msoe.dll from Windows Mail of Vista to Win7 (replace). Or you can download it from the link bellows http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?jmmmqmaqxnm This will: - Copy msoe.dll from Windows Mail of Vista into Win7 - Add necessary registry so that you can set Windows Mail as default - Pin Windows Mail to Start Menu
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