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#201 popoof22

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Posted 16 September 2019 - 09:52 PM

Nice, but remember using Windows Update destroys your installation in terms of disk usage and performance. Whenever you install an update, it makes a backup copy so you basically have both (unupdated and updated) of some files. This increases disk usage unnecesarry because come on why would you uninstall an update? So it is better to have an ISO with updates untill present and never use Windows Update because come on you are not a vital company that would lose billions of dollars due to a security breach. I'm more than an average Windows user and I still use my selfmade Windows version which has updates untill May 2016. I've never had any problems. When it's really time to reinstall simply make yourself or download an iso with the most recent updates included and you're good to go for another long while. Trust me, I don't speak just like that.

Atleast the video is going well. Its just 400 views away from 1k.



#202 AnonVendetta

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Posted 17 September 2019 - 01:25 AM

Will W7 refuse to boot on a CPU that is designed/locked to W10? I have an i7-7700K which officially only supports W10? Or it will boot but no updates will install? Finding compatible drivers would be yet another issue. I'm not even sure my NVIDIA GTX 1080 (desktop variant in a laptop) would work, even though W7 drivers are listed on their website (due to unavailability of Intel chipset drivers, which should always be installed before most other hardware drivers).



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Posted 17 September 2019 - 06:27 AM

Will W7 refuse to boot on a CPU that is designed/locked to W10? I have an i7-7700K which officially only supports W10? Or it will boot but no updates will install? Finding compatible drivers would be yet another issue. I'm not even sure my NVIDIA GTX 1080 (desktop variant in a laptop) would work, even though W7 drivers are listed on their website (due to unavailability of Intel chipset drivers, which should always be installed before most other hardware drivers).

When i tried the gtx 1050 drivers installed normally. I would assume it to be the same on different cpus. You could try our guide above and see if it boots.

Theirs also links above to usb drivers witch worked for me.

Theirs a reddit post about it here https://www.reddit.c...00k_and_a_z270/

What laptop is it anyways?



#204 AnonVendetta

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Posted 17 September 2019 - 08:02 AM

@popoof22: It is a Sager NP9876/Clevo P870KM1-G.



#205 popoof22

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Posted 18 September 2019 - 06:38 AM

@popoof22: It is a Sager NP9876/Clevo P870KM1-G.

Its cpu is 7th gen, maybe try this guide and then use that driver and use the rest of the boot method to make it install. Try seeing if the os will get to the install windows 7 screen with a usb, or if it will just freeze on loading orbs. If your able to install the os, but have no intel driver installed then its just a simple as using the guide above.

 

Have a go and tell me your results



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Posted 08 October 2019 - 09:13 PM

I made a step by step guide for acer spin 5 see here: http://forum.noteboo...-laptop.829379/
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#207 popoof22

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Posted 17 October 2019 - 08:42 AM

Nice



#208 popoof22

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Posted 26 October 2019 - 10:52 PM

Да это вполне вероятно. Казино сейчас очень много и не многие из них дают выиграть а тем более вывести деньги. Я советую Azino 777 поскольку казино платит.

Whats this? A funny looking Russian website with women with big boobies? Me and uncle joe are in for a treat



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Posted 27 October 2019 - 02:25 AM

It is spam, I used Google translate yesterday to read that post and it is a site for gambling.

 

I allready reported it as spam. Hope that post will be deleted soon.

 

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#210 popoof22

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Posted 28 October 2019 - 05:48 AM

It is spam, I used Google translate yesterday to read that post and it is a site for gambling.

 

I allready reported it as spam. Hope that post will be deleted soon.

 

alacran

Admins should put on some google recaptcha and some encryption  for this site. Thanks tho. 







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