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Last post Author Topic: Repairing Windows 7 from the recovery console  (Read 6906 times)

superboyac

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Re: Repairing Windows 7 from the recovery console
« Reply #25 on: April 02, 2014, 11:59:32 PM »
Vista for Vurbal, XP for me  ;)

And none of the above for 40hz!  ;D

Sorry. I couldn't resist. (Although I probably should have. ;))
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Re: Repairing Windows 7 from the recovery console
« Reply #26 on: April 03, 2014, 05:37:02 AM »
Vista for Vurbal, XP for me  ;)

And none of the above for 40hz!  ;D

Sorry. I couldn't resist. (Although I probably should have. ;))

Actually I'll have what he's having. It's Windows 7, Windows 8, Linux, or FreeBSD for me. Since playing around with Debian and XFCE on my ancient laptop I can see a day coming when I might cross Windows off the list entirely.

If only I could be that picky with the computers I fix.  :eusa_boohoo:
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