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Building a Windows Vista PC

Posted on Monday, May 07 2007 @ 09:23:04 CEST by


Joel from ExtremeTech build a new Windows Vista rig and wrote a guide about his experiences:
If you're a regular reader of ExtremeTech, you might have been loosely following my recent plight. I migrated my work PC from a four year old relic to what had been a stable gaming computer, based on an Athlon FX-60 processor. The migration lost a bunch of files, so I moved them manually. Sadly, the system started locking up. After replacing literally every component except the motherboard and CPU in an effort to stabilize it, I gave up and migrated to a newly built, ultra-modern monster PC. That migration, powered by Windows Easy Transfer, was a mess, so I redid the process with PCmover and it worked splendidly...
Check it out at ExtremeTech.



 



 

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