TechnoDude

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  • Birthday 10/29/1994

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  1. As the thread title states, I'd like to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
  2. I'd vote for Norton Internet Security 2009. I expected a resource hogger because that's what I encountered while I was using Norton Internet Security '06 but this was a really good one. I bought a 1-year, 3-license pack and I've not turned back to any other. Before this I was using Kaspersky Internet Security 2008 which was good but it was a 1-year license also, so I decided to try NIS '09.
  3. As far as I can remember, Vista SP2 installed faster than SP1 on my rigs.
  4. Here's my specs, it's in my signature (actually). Sorry but I can't post pictures, someone borrowed my D90. Primary: |Intel Core i7 920|ASUS Rampage II Extreme|2X ASUS ENGTX280| |6GB Kingston DDR3-1333|WD 300GB 10k RPM SATA|4X WD 250GB 7200 RPM SATA| |2X Pioneer SATA DVDRW SATA|Coolermaster CM690 Casing|CoolerMaster UCP 900W| |XP Pro SP3, Vista Ultimate SP1| Secondary: |Intel Core 2 Quad Q9550|ASUS Maximus II Formula|ASUS HD4870X2| |4GB Kingston DDR2-800MHz|WD 300GB 10k RPM SATA|WD 1TB 7200 RPM SATA| |2X Pioneer SATA DVDRW SATA|Coolermaster CM690 Casing|CoolerMaster UCP 900W| |Windows 7 BETA, Windows Home Server 2007| Tertiary: |Intel Core 2 Quad Q9550|ASUS P5Q Pro|nVidia Quadro FX 1700| |4GB Kingston DDR2-800MHz|WD 300GB 10k RPM SATA|WD 1TB 7200 RPM SATA| |2X Pioneer SATA DVDRW SATA|Coolermaster CM690 Casing|CoolerMaster UCP 900W| |Ubuntu 8.10, Leo4All v3.0 @ 10.5.5|
  5. Thanks man, this is a great tutorial, all I had to do was follow the exact steps and now I've got my own Vista with SP1.