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Cool 12-02-2009, 01:41 AM

Originally Posted by israel102 View Post
SUCCESS! it worked. very well. im having no trouble with my windows 7 install. yet. but it looks really good so far. i dont know why more people dont use this method. its so simple.
at some point in your computer life you will need to splurge for a USB flash drive, they are NOT that expensive as earlier posted, 20 bucks is nothing, most people spend more than that on coffee & a paper during the week, you just got lucky this time, I am sure that other installs will not go careful not to get spoiled..

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Default 12-02-2009, 08:10 PM

Just like to say many thanks for all the advice on the board. I'm just upgrading to Windows 7 and found the guidance invaluable. I'm using the boot USB technique.

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