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desmataks
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i wanna know what is ur system's configuration on which u have installed windows vista beta2..and howz the experience with it..

can i install it on my system having configuration

pentium 4 2.66 GHz with D101 intel motherboard having 128 video memory with ati raedan chipset

512MB DDRAM

160 GB hDD.

cd writer,DVD rom

ATX cabinet

17" monitor

multimedia keyboard

optical mouse

600 VA UPS

so much detailed .ha ha

just waanna add more but no time..

plz reply fast

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vista shoudl run fine for you, but it will be a little slow with only the 512 ram, double it to a gig and you won't have any issues

but mine 2.66 Ghz CPU is of 533 MHz FSB speed..

SO is this ok enough to use vista.

i read on microsoft site that it requires minimum 800MHz FSB speed Cpu

why is it so

plz guide me

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vista shoudl run fine for you, but it will be a little slow with only the 512 ram, double it to a gig and you won't have any issues

but mine 2.66 Ghz CPU is of 533 MHz FSB speed..

SO is this ok enough to use vista.

i read on microsoft site that it requires minimum 800MHz FSB speed Cpu

why is it so

plz guide me

the FSB on my computer is 133, an 800 is the minimum to run vista on.

IE: it will only run the classic look, maybe the minimal vista look if you have a powerful enough video card.

but, you have a fairly decent computer there, theres no reason that it wont run it quite well.

i ran it on my rig, an AMD Athlon XP 1800+, 640mb of ram, and an ATi Radeon 9200SE and it ran "alright" i wouldnt want to run it just yet, maybe when its out of beta. but i dont want to spend the money to get it so im just going to stick with XP pro.

rest assured that if you get the beta and it doesnt run right on your machine (which im sure it will run fine) the only thing your out is the cost of the DVD you used to burn it to.

regards

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