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Old 12-22-2007, 04:06 PM   #1
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Default Two Systems... How do i get rid of one?...

ok i was lookin through my Control Panel and i noticed i had two System's but i cant get rid of one. When i right click it doesn't give me the option of deleting one...

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Hit the delete key? Or shift+delete. Thats odd.
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Tried that didn't work
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Do both of them work the same way? That is very odd indeed.
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Yup they both do the same thing

maybe i can do something with the registry..
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you know what the solution to this problem is? reformat and install XP Pro.
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That's overkill, don't you think?
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i was hoping it wouldn't some down to that... let me do a system Registry defrag... and i'll check back...
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That's overkill, don't you think?
not when you consider that Vista is a memory hog, that's unstable, buggy and problematic. as far as Vista's memory allocation, i have yet to see the benefit of it. i've run vista on a few of my rigs before eventually just wiping them clean and throwing xp on them.
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I find Vista very good, I don't see why people are always complaining about it. And by the looks of zKILLA's system, I very much doubt he's running Vista. Sorry about that zKILLA.
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