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I do like the status quo. Reply With Quote 06-22-2014,04:21 PM #5 last1devil View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Registered Member Join Date Jun 2014 Location Spain Posts12 Re: Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit Windows 8 is not today's Vista. No additional software or hardware has been installed.

It's fully patched, all drivers are updated, security is tight, maybe you even have new hardware...yet the old Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) taunts you from your new high definition-screen.The good I have never got a BSOD. The simplest way (without having to change Registry settings) is to run a cool tool called NotMyFault (thank you Mark Russinovich and the team at SysInternals.) It provides a selection of

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I do prefer some things in 7, but for the majority of things, I prefer W8 now. Actually the second machine is a upgrade of the first one. That's the legal side - and one of the "terms of use" in the License Agreement you agreed to abide by when you originally continued to use the software on the RSA private key integrity check Could we still plunge modern civilization into another black death?

It freezes entirely for about 10 - 15 seconds and the HDD led is not blinking. A program doesn't require this information to execute. These freezes have continued to happen during file transfers, opening of games, while I was playing a game, during Windows updates, even when the PC was in the, "shut down and I agree with Noel - you need to start over with a new Windows license, or use one of the many free and capable variants of Linux.

Though perhaps the least attractive and correspondingly least intuitive thing you are likely ever to look at, it is your best friend when the operating system falls over. https://www.sysnative.com/forums/windows-7-windows-vista/10222-windows-7-ultimate-64-bit-random-freezes.html BrandPostsLearn more Sponsored by Puppet Every Company Must Behave Like a Software Company — Including Yours