blackhartct

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  1. Um the boot screen should not have changed.
  2. Native Iso burning support + Classic Look gone - I kinda liked Classic Look.. sad that its gone but not heartbroken Aero Peak + Library's +- From a geek standpoint i love it but i know that 97 percent of the users i support will not get it aka 1.2 million questions to jon asking about library's New Taskbar + I know alot of people dislike it but its just cool.. i mean come on.
  3. huh? explain to me how u think this would work...
  4. DO NOT USE ANY BUILDS OTHER THAN THE PDC 6801 build. the other iso's are not real. They usually don't work and have viruses/backdoors/trojans. Just use this tool to unlock the rest of the features untill the beta comes out. http://www.withinwindows.com/2008/12/09/bl...o-peek-enabled/
  5. you should be able to uninstall it from add/remove programs. It should undo its install and revert your system back to the way it was when u installed 7.
  6. I like it although for me Google chrome is buggy. For some reason i can't click the scroll bar. I fail. i was using the older version that wouldn't update. Works fine now. . also i was unable to install AVG internet security and Daemon Tools. The Wallpaper Sideshow basically sucks if you have hundreds of wallpapers to choose from since you cant just simply say use all pictures in this folder. you have to choose all the photos. The superbar seems fine as does aero shake. the window snaping thing is cool but eh i could of lived without it.
  7. Gmail. Its what the new hotmail, yahoo ect emails are all based off of now a days anyway. (feature wise) But i love my gmail. Its fast and lightweight. In my experience yahoo and hotmail are bloated with ads and a pretty UI. gmail is about your email and what you want to do with it. It lets you get to it and go without any distractions.
  8. Um im a little confused on how this would make it "complicated". Currently the control panel isn't really a control panel. It serves as a glorified link page. that leads you all over the place unless ur an msdst and you know where every menu option is. With this you would never not know where you are or where you've been. Did you look at his mockups?
  9. Just wondering what other people from this forum thing about this guys idea of a cleaner, more efficient and easier to use control panel. Personally I think its an amazing idea but i highly doubt that Microsoft will revamp it for Windows 7 but i can dream right? It's Time: Unified Control Panel
  10. MinWin was scrapped. Not surprised. Um MinWin was not scrapped.. its part of windows 7.... MinWin is the Core of the os that they have been working on for about 10 years Since the windows code before hand was kinda crazy and all over the place. MinWin and its advances are going to be what future versions of windows will be built upon. http://www.tgdaily.com/content/view/34455/140/ http://www.istartedsomething.com/20071019/...ndows-7-minwin/ http://www.winsupersite.com/showcase/win7_minwin_inside.asp
  11. I installed it no problem... what options did u choose for the vm? i just told it that i was installing vista and it worked fine.
  12. So i tried another install and i caught a glimpse of the error. it had 3B in it and it said something about dxgkrnl.sys. So i think it has something to do with the nvida drivers they threw on the disk. So i'm hoping the next release has an updated driver base. Until then ill just fool around with it in a VM.
  13. I did install it on anther machine. i said i installed it at school didn't i lol. and i know but im p***ed cuz well i wanna use it. I'm not sure if this is the case since it detected my drives fine and copied the setup files and finished expanding them. I get the BSOD right when windows is setting up. Ill do another run thru now though and see if i can catch a glimpse of the error.
  14. Just like everyone else i acquired a copy of the 6801 build after the PDC. Installed it at school and had no problems what so ever. Went home and tried to do a clean install and BSOD FTL!! Its funny though because it runs and install perfectly fine in VMware. But any way, has anyone else encountered this problem or have a way to fix it? I would love to be able to mess around with this build at home. Setup runs perfectly fine until the part that says "starting windows". I think its the third restart. I get to the point that says "setting up devices & settings" or something like that and bam BSOD.. with out fail. Uh here is a list of things i tried: Integrate the drivers with vlite (didn't work cuz i think they changed the way the drivers are integrated but vlite didn't show any errors so idk) upgrade from vista (didn't work cuz it didn't copy the vista drivers... but i did this as a shot in the dark) disabled audio. not the problem disabled my network card (wasn't the problem) I know its not my raid controller cuz thats the drive i was installing to and my raid controller is in ide mode anyway I can't get a good look at the blue screen since windows auto restarts by default....(really annoying they should change this dammot) I'm thinking of trying to remove some drivers with vlite... although im not sure that'll work or if drivers are really the problem. and im gonna grab the 64bit version and see if i got the same problem. Oh yea here are my system specs Motherboard - MSI K9NGM4, Nvidia MCP68 Chipset Processor - AMD Athlon 64 X2 4200+ 2.2 GHZ Ram - 2GB
  15. This just annoys me. :realmad: Windows 7 Kernel = Windows Vista Kernel + Despatcher Lock removed, Usermode scheduler added, Boot from VHD enabled and minwin + More. Now please tell me how you can possibly be so anti-vista and pro win 7 knowing what you now know.... i know it seems like a great idea to yell at him but he made the post in feb.. before we knew anything about 7 other than a few rumors...