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Volkan Akkurt: I don't want this Vista anymore.

Should I try XP or 7? Why? How easy is to install a new operating system?
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Clarification Request
Volkan Akkurt

What do you suggest I do?

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Not much has changed. Still 10 or more drivers.

Example at 7726-7587_102-2699006.html

Windows 7 is barely better. Same thing. Install the OS then follow the maker's notes about what drivers.
After this many years I had hope for better install experiences.
Bob

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Windows 7 is barely better....I think you are correct.

I keep hearing mixed messages about Windows 7.
VolkanAkkurt

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Here's my mix.

"I ain't going back,
To what was a pack in the back.

Get me that 64 bit driver
And I'll fix it like MacGyver."

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