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It was alot less buggy for me.Take a look at the requirments for ANY ANY ANY game. Either way, my laptop with vista runs faster and better than my computer with XP. Any Windows image builder with half a brain knows that you don't use the same OS image on two different hardware platforms -- especially platforms as different as AMD vs. tested with 1gb of ram.

the same configuration running under Windows XP w/Service Pack 2. Works just fine. PC Pitstop’s OverDrive service offers users a simple scan using Internet Explorer or the IE tab in Firefox web browsers to provide a full PC configuration report in less than five That's the easy way out.

Thanks Reply steelnpearls says: June 6, 2008 at 2:59 pm I got it and had no problems with the installation. why? 2k was better and all my games run on it too. Labels: Beta, Services, Sp3, XP

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You can also subscribe without commenting. Why anyone would choose to suffer this consequence voluntarily is beyond my comprehension. Annoying! To all those people calling this speed comparison BS: Please make the test yourself and prove Vista is faster, thank you very much.

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MDWs. January 18, 2008 at 8:38 PM Anonymous said... but I also have RAM in my machine (and it is within 2 years of age) November 27, 2007 at 3:46 AM mikael said... More support phone calls to fix bugs means more money as well after the 90 day technical support timeframe has passed.

Even after doing so, no matter what the Microsoft technicians/programmers tried, they could not get my system to recognize my printer or related USB ports nor could they resolve various Windows I wasn’t included on Microsofts’ beta list but I was able to check out SP3 on a friends laptop.You won’t find a lot of visible changes to SP3. I don't understand the people who say it's unfair to benchmark Vista on a system with twice the RAM that Microsoft says Vista needs. I already upgraded to vista and its slower...

This file is used to verify digital certificates and is something you’ll want to leave in place.Microsoft has more at http://support.microsoft.com/kb/907247IE Helpers[Messenger]C:\PROGRAM FILES\MESSENGER\MSMSGS.EXEMsmsgs.exe is the executable for MSN Messenger, Microsoft's instant Flash Problems? November 25, 2007 at 10:06 AM is said... Close the Explorer window, and restart Windows.

Reply Charles J Etheridge says: June 7, 2008 at 10:19 am These people with AMD systems ought to just move to Vista and Intel. Regarding the request to re-run the test with XP OEM & XP SP1:XP OEM (presumably with no service packs slipstreamed) and SP1 are unacceptable operating systems. much better than XP in fact.(3) "My game run faster in XP!!" - So far, i see no difference in my games running in VISTA. Surveys Explorer, Pack, PC Pitstop, Service, service pack 3, sioux city ia, survey, system crashes, web, windows xp service pack.

I run Vista Ultimate 64bit with 4gb of memory, 4400x2 @ 2.7ghz, 8800gt, 2x200gb in stripe and this machine is never slow.I run the latest games as well, so don't pull M CPUs GRAPHICS MOTHERBOARDS CASES & POWER STORAGE MOBILE GAMING FORUMS JOBS MORE... I have tried with an online newspaper and the voice starts at the top and goes on its merry way.

I am running a HP Pavilion A1520 N computer with 3Gigs of RAM an AVI X 1300 graphics card and XP MCE 2005 with SP2 installed.

who cares how it performs with games, thats what you have consoles for. Microsoft's free help chat has suggested several fixes with no affect. Sometimes Outlook would open, sometimes it wouldn't. Reply Richard says: June 1, 2008 at 8:03 pm Upgraded PC to dual core AMD, AMD 780G/SB700 mobo and clean-installed WinXP Pro then installed SP2.

If we get a 10% increase in the speed Office runs, that will likely save each of our office workers a good 15 minutes a day of work. Since SP3 was supposed to be mostly a bug-fix/patch consolidation release - unlike w/Vista SP1, Microsoft made no promises of improved performance for XP - the unexpected speed boost comes as The repair FAILED, losing all programs and all data in the profiles, the names were there, but no docs, pics or favorites. After that I did a "repair" with the original OS disk.

The biggest problem with Vista is compatability with older software and drivers. There was also a couple from the more reputable magazines(things like maximum pc, as I recall). These benchmarks are just making that value proposition that much harder - that the expected delta in productivity is so small that the expected deployment costs just aren't worth it. They just turn on their pc at work, type a few letters and what not and play a basic windows card game.

Not Linux pre-compiled kernel fast, but for windows it screams. Reply Bill Cull says: June 6, 2008 at 12:13 pm I'm using an HP desktop running XP Pro with an AMD Processor. If that hadn't worked I would have just renamed the messenger file so it could'nt be found. X2 5400 4 GB DDR2 Geforce 8600 512 mb video (dx10 on vista 9 on xp) I have found that vista boot time is much less than XP.

I tried removing and reinstalling WMA-11 to no avail, so I removed it and rolled back to WMA-10 which is performing properly. One programmer even placed my system in start-up ‘safe mode' and told me just to leave it that way, so that the various warning/error boxes would no longer display on my