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Discussion in 'Windows News' started by blackroseMD1, Jun 9, 2009.
Eh, looks like 7230 won't be out until tomorrow evening.
He usually only leaks them if they are digitally signed.
Yeah...that's why it's not coming out until tomorrow. The one he has isn't signed.
screen shot of 7227 View attachment 1017 Looks good
Here is one of 7230
That looks good too
Heres a good one wont install just downloading to show its around View attachment 1018 want the 64X version
Found this on KezNews Also on that page it said build 7230 for 32 and 64 bit would be uploaded on piratebay for download in a few hours. i'll be waiting and watching. Lets rock !
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There are just as many helpful tips and tricks available on THIS forum JessicaD..
....i will pass over this one. ItÃ‚Â´s just wrong to waste so much time installing everything again -and i love to do it- but... cÃ‚Â´mon, this installation is brand new, i will wait at least two releases. (or the RTM) 7210 here, btw.
Hey Jessica, Good to see you guys and galls do haunt these forums all our suspicions are at last confirmed..... Dont think MS would even support the RC for me lol Its on a clone laptop with 1.6 Ghz with 400 mhz FSB and 428Mb system ram with 32meg shared graphics and 28Gb hdd. It wont charge, The screen is broken, the keyboard is no longer attached, the case is cracked and the intel Chipset drivers are not availaible (Intel 82852 \ 82855) **"Incidently will drivers ever be released for this chipset seems like a lot out there have them.."** So official Release or not until i see the real deal i dont mind running em and will take all associated risks...but when we do see Win 7 out on the shelves and as OEM will be first on board with a nice new Vaio... With the exception of that stupid control panel youve got this one bang on so far as i can tell. Good job Paul
Yes its nice to know we are not alone Kinda scary but nice