Windows 7 7201 x64 in the wild...x86 coming soon.

#61
Off to install :)
 


#62
-internet hi five-

let´s go! will report back. i gonna do an upgrade, let`s hope that everything works right
 


#63
Any notable changes in this build?
 


#64
Well, 7201 x64 seems to have fixed the mouse problem I was having earlier. :D

It also seems much more responsive than 7137.
 


#65
Well, 7201 x64 seems to have fixed the mouse problem I was having earlier. :D

It also seems much more responsive than 7137.
Well that's always good. :D
 


#66
Nope...nevermind...mouse is still dying apparently. Stupid mice. :mad:
 


#67
Well, 7201 x64 seems to have fixed the mouse problem I was having earlier. :D

It also seems much more responsive than 7137.
yes, this build seems much responsive and fast than the other that i was using (7100) i have to do a clean install thought, i burned the iso at high speed, and this gave me an error. So, burned again with a 8x speed, and problem solved.


Nope...nevermind...mouse is still dying apparently. Stupid mice. :mad:
....i guess that's time to upgrade!
 


#68
You know Windows 7 is truly a great OS when it keeps getting faster with each build!.. ;) (Among the other 100's of reasons)
 


#69
Yup, it seems to be pretty fast. Just when I thought it wasn't going to get any faster. :D
 


#70
How's the memory management in this build? Any better than the RC? ;) I'm not getting this build for multiple reasons so I don't know if it's any better or not in that department...
 


#71
no noticeable changes in the UI guys, just to let you know that =S

and the memory management... idk, tomorrow i will install cs4 MS, so... until tomorrow i can provide some more advanced answer
 


RustyFalcon

Honorable Member
#72
Can I get a PM to link for the 64-bit and (if available) 32-bit versions of 7201 please ?

Been running the 7100 RC and am very impressed with Win 7. I skipped VISTA completely so there is a lot new, but I like what I am seeing.

I use my PC for general home stuff and for connecting via USB MIDI with a Boss GT-10 multi-effects unit. The VISTA driver for the GT-10 and other apps that communicate with it via that driver work great. Likewise no problems with Office, Foobar, Zoom Player and other apps that I use frequently. While I kept my XP partition live, I find I use the Win 7 partition almost all the time now.

The only issue I've had thus far is Adobe Acrobat 7 does not install a print driver correctly, so I've had to skip it on the RC.
 


#74
Hey whoosh. Can you pm the the x86(x32) build if you have a link to it. I really want to try this to see if my shutdown issue in the RC is fixed and i can use windows 7. Thx
 


whoosh

Cooler King
Staff member
Premium Supporter
#75
Hey whoosh. Can you pm the the x86(x32) build if you have a link to it. I really want to try this to see if my shutdown issue in the RC is fixed and i can use windows 7. Thx
Done :) Hope you like it :D
 


#76
hey whoosh, do you installed the build?
 


#78
great, let´s hope that everything works fine =) cheers
 


#79
Just be a little careful of the update. I did it and lost control of around 10 partitions and drives. They showed up as generic devices (eg F:, H; etc minus the names I had given them) and I couldn't access anything on them.

Fortunately I had come across this once before (when fiddling round with Windows 7 Manager) and for some reason it had nullified permissions. Once permissions had been changed via the security settings, and the system rebooted, then everything is back to how it was before.
 


#80
Cruising along at a steady 1200kb/s (love Usenet.) I'll be performing an update rather than a clean install, too. So far, that's seemed to work okay for everybody else. Out of curiosity, do any of you have a list of new features or bug fixes included with this version? I'm coming from 7100, so I'm hoping there will be some notable changes. =]
 


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