Very Noisy PC on Startup

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I guess u can say im a bit geeky LOL


haha i have a mate who uses linux and lets just say he dont have much of a social life ...of course thats just him ....you could be a normal human being haha jks :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
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@staffie, guess im a nerd, I installed it into my comp before, lol. Now I have operated and keep both mac os and windows in my home
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I know my way round a pc its just some of it can fry my brain so I stick to windows 7 64-bit as its so simple and fast to use :)
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not sure about windows 7, but I have been using windows OS my whole life and all I know is that my experience, while we have access to so much and are not really limited, is that windows always has problems because it tries to do too much at once, where a Mac has tunnel vision.
It get done what its supposed one easy step at a time. If windows 7 is like this, it could eliminate alot of problems that I dealt with. I had to stop using Vista and went back to XP because it was always with problems!

I use Snow Leopard now, so I have been happy with it. I have Vista on another and XP on another. Maybe I will switch those to windows 7!!
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STAFFIE replied the topic: Re:Very Noisy PC on Startup

honestly windows 7 64-bit is the future for sure I have had zero problems..but xp,vista,2000,me,98 all shocking amounts of problems and unable to deal with threats from the internet efficiently..windows 7 deals with it lovely.
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good, its about time microsoft did something about the damn OS. I have been so happy using snow leopard because I dont get problems, but am limited to some things, but I may have to invest for my PC's
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I was informed the other day that I might run into problems with my Windows 7 64 bit system because I installed a program called Ham Radio Deluxe that can by all accounts run into a few problems on 64-bit systems. Why the hell are Microsoft churning out software that isn't always compatible with software that is already out there? I run a program called Dragon NaturallySpeaking and I have to turn off my UAC for it to run, this was also on the Vista 64-bit. This is absolutely ridiculous, it is actually putting my PC at risk. I suppose it's six of one half a dozen of the other.

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yea, those are the things that I refer to when I know that I will have a prob with windows, its always something. If its for the OS, it needs to be 100% compatible, not just a litle compatible, because the programs are what cause things to go wrong and eventually require a full reboot of the system.
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Well, Apple is worth more than Microsoft apparently. I wonder if Microsoft has had its day? I quite fancy an Apple Computer, problem is I would have to invest in lots of new software which is the anything that is putting me off.

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honestly windows 7 64-bit is the future for sure I have had zero problems..but xp,vista,2000,me,98 all shocking amounts of problems and unable to deal with threats from the internet efficiently..windows 7 deals with it lovely.


Hey staffie, i have to agree with you about Windows 7. I have Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit and it is the best operating system I have ever used. Its like the best of XP and Vista minus the problems with Vista and some additional cool stuff.

As far as linux, I dual boot Ubuntu on my laptop and occasionally use it for random things. But I find myself wanting to restart and go back to Win7 when in ubuntu. I have tried out Linux Mint, OpenSuse, Xubuntu, and maybe a couple other distros (just for fun and curiosity).... I guess that makes me a bit of a nerd too. ;) :laugh:

My YouTube Channel:http://www.youtube.com/user/cebosound1?blend=1&ob=0
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