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Vista BSOD

Re: Vista BSOD

Postby phileysmiley » Tue Jul 28, 2009 5:06 am

Ahh...silly me. Yes, of course, it's SP1. :oops:

But that's why I was cornfuzzled -- the first thing I did after taking it out of the box and setting up AV, etc. was go to Windows Update. I also have it set to deliver automatic. I wonder why it wouldn't give me SP2? I even forced it to show me all the optional updates -- everything possible.

The second thing I do when I get a new computer or install Windows is head to msconfig. Especially with a new Toshiba laptop. I uncheck every sucker that I know isn't essential. :yesnod: Got that one covered.
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