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Zzooommm

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  1. Hello I'm looking for a thumbnail software that could: - display thumbnails up to 512x512 pix (400x400 is absolute minimum) - display folders as thumbnails of their contents (like for example ACDSee photo manager does) - be fairly optimised and stable when dealing with lots of files (- preferably save thumbnail info to a central location instead of filling your HDD with small thumbs files) That's all. Nothing else needed. Thanks for any suggestions!
  2. OK so I'm trying to install the driver for my MX1000 mouse with no luck at all. Same thing with the CD supplied drivers or with the newest SetPoint 2.60 from logitech. When I run the setup, it starts normally but when it's installing it doens't bother to stop and detect my mouse like it's supposed to. I just goes straight to the end and asks for a reboot. After that you discover that it only copied a handful of the needed files - the required .exe to even run setpoint is not there at all. Any ideas?
  3. Well for example you could put your swap/paging file onto a small software stripped partition. I agree that HW raid is the better option for anything serious, but still SW raid is a nice feature in some cases. I was just wondering how much of it will be included in the vista, that's all.
  4. True, but that is no longer software raid.
  5. That's too bad I appreciate your effort though
  6. That's good to hear, but there's just one thing that bothers me... As far as I know with XP raid was not "officially" available. What I mean is that it was included, but not enabled. There was an article on tomshardware on how to enable its functionality. I tried doing that on an XP box (to mirror a partition) and after modifying the required files with a hex editor, the OS would no longer boot properly so I had to restore the original files, thus no raid I hope Vista will be software raid ready out of the box and will not require additional tinkering with the system files like in the XP case.
  7. Hello, I can't seem to find any info on the net regarding Vista and software raid support. AFAIK Vista is based on the Win2k3 server kernel, so I guess it shouldn't be a problem including software raid, but the question is will it be enabled or reserved for Server 2007 only. If anyone has any info on this please post it, if someone has a beta installed please take a closer look at your disk management. Thanks
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