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DarkElfa  posted on Jan 17, 2009 9:06:06 AM - Report post

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Just a warning, I know many have seen that installing the Windows Live Redistributable 2.0 solves the 1.1.0.35 patch problem but that doesn't work on Windows 7 since the redistributable won't install.

Just a heads up.

[Edited by DarkElfa, 1/17/2009 9:08:24 AM]

 
mahaghshenas  posted on Jan 17, 2009 9:10:08 AM - Report post

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You're using BETA version of Se7en for gaming?
I don't think that it's so smart.

Since it's still the Beta, so there may be so unsolved problems.

 
torchbearer  posted on Jan 20, 2009 2:21:37 PM - Report post

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Yeah, SLI isn't supported by the beta WIN7 x64 nvidia drivers either.
I got the game to work in win7... but i just went back to vista and will wait until dec.
 
DarkElfa  posted on Jan 20, 2009 6:20:56 PM - Report post

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Well, I use ATI and only one card, but other than this issue and Daemon tools not working, its already more stable than Vista, gets better FPS and looks prettier. they ought to just release the darn thing as a service pack and be done with it. To give you an idea, I've not had a single crash or program stop working since I installed it, which is more than I can say for Vista. TBH, it reminds me of when I went from ME to XP, yah, its that freakin stable. Only Microsoft would release a beta that's better in every way then their flagship OS, go figure. Either way, I'm never going back to Vista, I'll just go from this beta to the next until the 7 launch.

[Edited by DarkElfa, 1/20/2009 6:22:29 PM]

 
phobos_9  posted on Jan 21, 2009 5:52:20 AM - Report post

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quote:
originally posted by DarkElfa

Well, I use ATI and only one card, but other than this issue and Daemon tools not working, its already more stable than Vista, gets better FPS and looks prettier. they ought to just release the darn thing as a service pack and be done with it. To give you an idea, I've not had a single crash or program stop working since I installed it, which is more than I can say for Vista. TBH, it reminds me of when I went from ME to XP, yah, its that freakin stable. Only Microsoft would release a beta that's better in every way then their flagship OS, go figure. Either way, I'm never going back to Vista, I'll just go from this beta to the next until the 7 launch.

[Edited by DarkElfa, 1/20/2009 6:22:29 PM]

you just echoed my thoughts on vista exactly. vista = the new ME. its like its nothing more than a half-baked stop-gap version until they get the next real os finished.

 
DarkElfa  posted on Jan 21, 2009 10:11:54 AM - Report post

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Yah, I mean don't get me wrong, I did enjoy Vista, but it was far too unstable and crash worthy to be a great OS but it was at least worth a little hassle unlike ME which was just insane fun with BSOD. Vista used to BSOD on me every few days or sometimes many times a day when I first got it at launch but that was the fault of Nvidia's bad drivers which is what made me go ATI and after I did, I never saw another BSOD in nearly a year. Still, 7 just has too many cool features I love, but it looks like many older programs won't function correctly on it without work from developers. Virtual CD programs like DT are having issues because MS finally revamped the drivers for DVD/CD and such which is a good thing, but it causes problems for emulation programs.
 
TokenBad99  posted on Feb 11, 2009 2:04:43 AM - Report post

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quote:
originally posted by DarkElfa

Yah, I mean don't get me wrong, I did enjoy Vista, but it was far too unstable and crash worthy to be a great OS but it was at least worth a little hassle unlike ME which was just insane fun with BSOD. Vista used to BSOD on me every few days or sometimes many times a day when I first got it at launch but that was the fault of Nvidia's bad drivers which is what made me go ATI and after I did, I never saw another BSOD in nearly a year. Still, 7 just has too many cool features I love, but it looks like many older programs won't function correctly on it without work from developers. Virtual CD programs like DT are having issues because MS finally revamped the drivers for DVD/CD and such which is a good thing, but it causes problems for emulation programs.

PowerIso works fine in windows 7. I have it install and working fine.

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DarkElfa  posted on Feb 11, 2009 9:15:33 AM - Report post

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Well, I've since learned there's more to it than the driver stack, but there are a few more emulation programs that won't work but at least the simpler ones do have functionality.
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