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  1. #331

    NW FLA.-Redneck Country
    Posts : 154
    Windows 7 Enterprise X64/ Windows 10 Pro X64

    I'm really glad to see you here Ivan. Now when I get in over my head, I have someone else to ask for help. I do have a habit of doing that.

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  2. #332

    Posts : 1,714
    Windows 7 Home Premium S 64 bit

    I am in over my head just being here ....Lots of knowledgeable members coming aboard.
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  3. #333

    Posts : 1,396
    Windows 8 Developer 32 bit

    Quote Originally Posted by essenbe View Post
    I'm really glad to see you here Ivan. Now when I get in over my head, I have someone else to ask for help. I do have a habit of doing that.
    Were all in over our heads.....
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  4. #334

    Posts : 520
    Windows 8, x64, DP8102 - Win7 Ultimate x64, Dual Boot

    Indeed, Ivan, but we're swimming!

    Always a pleasure, Ivan.
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  5. #335

    Posts : 279
    64-bit Windows 8.1 Pro

    Well, I finally got around to installing WDP8 using the on-line installation! Its going to take a bit of getting used to, but so far everything is working! Cheers to all!
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  6. #336

    Posts : 520
    Windows 8, x64, DP8102 - Win7 Ultimate x64, Dual Boot

    Cheers to you, as well, Tews!

    Have fun! It's going to be a great ride ...
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  7. #337

    Posts : 18
    Windows 7 Ultimate x32

    I will get my computer protected! Thank you!
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  8. #338

    Posts : 2,159
    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit

    I tried working with HP Touch-screen monitor. Did not work as I expected. The touching area was inaccurate, and hard to calibrate. May be the monitor isn't fully compatible yet.
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  9. #339

    Click image for larger versionHi all I trust you're all fit and well and having fun.
    I just downloaded the Dev Preview x64. Currently I have Win 7 on my c/ drive (disk 0). Three partitions on Disk 1, G/ a 41gb partition that is empty plus two larger storage partitions.
    I also have a Disk 2 that contains a Linux Mint install.
    My thought is to disconnect my Disk 0 main W7 drive, disconnect the Disk 2 linux drive and then boot from the ISO and try and install W8 on that 41Gb spare partition on Disk 1.
    Can anyone advise me as to whether that would be easy/the best way etc. I don't want to endanger my storage partitions on Disk 1.
    I'm not going to do this now now as I've got to go to work in a while, but I'd appreciate input for when I get home tomorrow.
    Here's a pic of System Management to clarify what I mean, cheers, John:-)
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