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Old 02-04-2010, 12:46 AM
fridrikur fridrikur is offline
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Default Re: Update 8.03 causes problems running win7

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Originally Posted by TOM@METRO View Post
This is common with this update; it plants a footprint that requires a OS re-install for most who have gone there. I have this running on a test machine and it's about 80% there but I feel that before I will get it right, another update will beat me to it. So for now XP it is. I have dumped over $600. in added hardware to try to get this going butů
I see your point. I tried a manual regedit clean but no luck, and also used c.cleaner which somehow seems obsolete in windows 7, it worked alot better in XP. Or to put it another way: win7 does a better job of cleaning up after itself, although there are alot of digidesign footprints lying around. Thank you for replying!
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