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May, 2007 | Windows Vista Blog

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Entries for May, 2007

Office 2007 Home and Student Edition

When you purchase your new PC  over 90% of the time it does not have office on it.  Or if it does it is a trial version.  No a days every seems to need word, excel or power point at some time or another.  If you are a student then this is a must have […]

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Windows Vista system Requirements

Here is a short list of the requirements to run Windows Vista. Processor: 800Mhz (1Gb for Vista Premium and above) Ram: 256MB for Vista Home and the rest need 512MB Graphics card: Needs to support DirectX 9 for Windows Home Basic, The rest need a video card that also supports Shader 2.0 and has 32BP […]

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Vista Boot Pro

Vista Boot Pro is a tool used to edit the Windows Vista boot loader. Anyone who has worked on past Microsoft OS’s know about the windows Boot.ini file. Back in XP and ME this was a simple text file that you could just open and edit. With Windows Vista things have changed a little. You […]

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Copying, moving and naming files is really slowin Windows Vista

When you copy files, move them or try and rename them in Windows Vista it takes a long time. At the time of this post the issue is unresolved.  Microsoft will have a fix soon so be sure and visit their site and see.  For the moment we can disable thumbnails and speed the process […]

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Opening folders in Windows Vista Start Menu Very Slow.

When trying to open folders in your startup menu with Windows Vista the startup Menu is very slow and takes a long time to load.  There is NO fix from Microsoft at the moment but you should check there because there might be one there at any moment.  To get around this issue for the […]

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Vista error Stop 0x0000009F error message (DRIVER POWER STATE FAILURE)

If you are getting an error in Windows Vista that says Stop 0x0000009F when loading Windows after hibernation chances are you have an IEEE 1394-based device connected. You will need to go to the Microsoft site and download the latest update. The upgrade file you need is 929762. Click here to go to the site

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