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    Windows 7 script to enable/disable desktop icons

    can some one point me in the right direction to either download a file or create my own?
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    Anyone having problems running Win7 on two monitors?

    and unfortunately mine isn't overclocked and isn't evga :(
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    Unpinning shortcuts from the start menu.

    right click on the shortcut->unpin from the start menu.
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    Anyone having problems running Win7 on two monitors?

    tried Moosetek13's thing. still nothing. windows still says "unable to save display settings" and to hoopsdavis. this is my display properties window.
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    Windows 7 64-bit uses too much RAM...

    right. it shouldn't use THAT much more. but it is supposed to use more. I'd say memory leak somewhere. But then again, im not using 64 bit. I only got 2GB in my machine. If you switch to 32bit you'll only loose like ~512MB of RAM.
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    Windows 7 won't boot on dual boot system

    you could try a program like bcdedit for vista. worked fine for me on earlier builds of Win7 http://www.vistabootpro.org/
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    Windows 7 64-bit uses too much RAM...

    <untitled> I do know that the memory addresses for 64 bit are twice as long as 32 bit. 64 bit does use more ram than 32 on the same exact build.
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    Anyone having problems running Win7 on two monitors?

    The drivers were installed automatically. Windows Update shows that there's an update for it but errors when it tries to install. the error occurs when it's already been installed(according to the error description) i don't see that option on the screen resolution page. when i tell it to extend...
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    Anyone having problems running Win7 on two monitors?

    i have an LCD and a TV hooked to my PC. it shows the windows loading screen on the TV but when the desktop loads it goes blank. Video card is Geforce 7950GX2. gotta get to work. check back later.
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