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ThumperZ1

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  2. Is there anyway to put the "disable driver signature" option into the Vista boot so that I don't have to do an F8 and choose it everytime I wish to boot. There is no signed driver for my promise card and that's the only way I can get into Vista. Thanx
  3. Or you could do like I did, buy the 2nd hard drive and dual boot Vista with XP.
  4. If you are just running it as a home system, use the XP Pro 64. To play games and such, you will need to make several adjustments to the server version to make it suitable for gaming. Nero 6 works just fine alcohol 120% now works fine with 64bit for Iso stuff, I use UltraISO with no problems.
  5. On my old computer at work that I beta tested on, I got a 1.5 rating. At home, with my 64bit system, I got a 4.7 rating.
  6. I was quite surprised to get the email also. I joined during RC1 and reported a couple of bugs.. Just waiting for key now.
  7. The point is this... Why use something you don't need? If you only need Win98se to do the stuff you want, why upgrade? I always hop on the new stuff software-wise when it comes out, but with the exception of a couple of programs... I could make do with Win98. Like we tell our customers at the shop, if you don't do anything but card games and email.. there's no need to upgrade. So if you are still doing dos games, why upgrade? Why change anything that still works, for something that may not? L33t1sm is not the way for all.
  8. I took my A+ a few years ago, and it covered some Dos, Win95, and Win2000. They change the tests every 3 or so years to keep up with the changing technology. Today, there is little about Dos or Win95. There is more on XP and 2003. Understanding some networking, and how things work. There is a hardware and a software test, and you must pass both. If you fail one, you lose your money and must take that test again. My company paid for my tests, and fortunately, I passed them both. If I had failed, I would have to pay on my own until I finally passed. I work as a tech, and the cert itself means little to anyone, just something to hang on the wall. The only time I have to have it, is our company demands an A+ witha signature on insurance claims.


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