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  1. Borg 386's Avatar
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       #211

    OldMike65 said:
    Good morning Borg, my temps will be getting into the 80's later this afternoon.
    Morning OM & Sammy.

    We had that last weekend, felt like summer, past few days have felt like fall, cool weather & wind/rain.
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  2. Borg 386's Avatar
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       #212

    Congrats @thomaseg1 on winning #167, your coupon for a case of best selling flavored toothpastes selection from Japan, including squid, wasabi, horse meat & cherry blossom flavor, or a DVD featuring details on how Credit card RFID chips are secretly reading your mind is on it's way.
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  3. kado897's Avatar
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       #213

    Borg 386 said:
    Good morning / afternoon folks.

    In the mid 40's with a shower here & there. Never got out of the 50's yesterday, so looks like we're back to the warm/cold crap again. Should warm up gradually for the weekend, so they say now...
    Morning Borg. High 70's here. Going to be a bit cooler tomorrow.
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  4. Caledon Ken's Avatar
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       #214

    Good day all.

    Really nice day here, going to anchor or gazebo to deck this morning and put the canvass roof on it.

    Sorry to hear TC needs another procedure. Hope all goes well.


    @Wynona

    Not sure how to answer question from yesterday. Maybe people see WinRe and its associated partition in 10 and think that is when RE started. According to MS the Recovery Environment was available in 7 although it did not create the partition. As I read it RE is a subset of PE. See the heading more information in this article.

    https://support.microsoft.com/en-ca/...-7-and-windows


    Along came 10 and they made the RE more robust and planted the partition to ensure easy access. Notice first paragraph in this article is very much like the "More Information" paragraph in the Win 7 article.

    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/win...ical-reference

    Both appear to be based on PE environment.

    Found this on Toms Hardware. Brief comparison.

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  5. Borg 386's Avatar
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       #215

    kado897 said:
    Morning Borg. High 70's here. Going to be a bit cooler tomorrow.
    Afternoon kado.

    I guess you could call this a "slow spring," at least here. Still, glad to hear the weather is somewhat beter.

    I see they'll be streaming the solstice from Stonehenge this year instead of allowing gatherings. I would say that's for the best.

    Caledon Ken said:
    Good day all.

    Really nice day here, going to anchor or gazebo to deck this morning and put the canvass roof on it.

    Sorry to hear TC needs another procedure. Hope all goes well.


    @Wynona

    Not sure how to answer question from yesterday. Maybe people see WinRe and its associated partition in 10 and think that is when RE started. According to MS the Recovery Environment was available in 7 although it did not create the partition. As I read it RE is a subset of PE. See the heading more information in this article.

    https://support.microsoft.com/en-ca/...-7-and-windows


    Along came 10 and they made the RE more robust and planted the partition to ensure easy access. Notice first paragraph in this article is very much like the "More Information" paragraph in the Win 7 article.

    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/win...ical-reference

    Both appear to be based on PE environment.

    Found this on Toms Hardware. Brief comparison.

    Last One To Post Wins [168]-image.png
    Morning Ken.

    Did a store run this morn, got in/out as fast as possible. Still a bit nerve wracking going out, 16 deaths in the area & over 150 cases.
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  6. OldMike65's Avatar
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       #216

    Good morning Ken
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  7. kado897's Avatar
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       #217

    Caledon Ken said:
    Good day all.

    Really nice day here, going to anchor or gazebo to deck this morning and put the canvass roof on it.

    Sorry to hear TC needs another procedure. Hope all goes well.


    @Wynona

    Not sure how to answer question from yesterday. Maybe people see WinRe and its associated partition in 10 and think that is when RE started. According to MS the Recovery Environment was available in 7 although it did not create the partition. As I read it RE is a subset of PE. See the heading more information in this article.

    https://support.microsoft.com/en-ca/...-7-and-windows


    Along came 10 and they made the RE more robust and planted the partition to ensure easy access. Notice first paragraph in this article is very much like the "More Information" paragraph in the Win 7 article.

    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/win...ical-reference

    Both appear to be based on PE environment.

    Found this on Toms Hardware. Brief comparison.

    Last One To Post Wins [168]-image.png
    Morning Ken. Not sure I understood what @Wynona was asking either, but If they created a recovery disk before the WinRE option was available it will continue to offer the same WinPE version as the default until you create a WinRE disk.
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  8. labeeman's Avatar
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       #218

    AndreTen said:
    Morning all, and good luck TC today...
    Good Afternoon Andre

    f14tomcat said:
    Morning, Andre. Nothing to eat or drink this morning. No coffee, nothing. Torture!
    Good Morning TC hope everything goes your way.

    kado897 said:
    Morning Andre.

    Morning TC. That's torture.
    Good Afternoon Keith

    OldMike65 said:
    Good morning TC, hpe everything goes well this morning.
    Good Morning Mike and Sammy it is 76 with a forecast high of 90

    Borg 386 said:
    Good morning / afternoon folks.

    In the mid 40's with a shower here & there. Never got out of the 50's yesterday, so looks like we're back to the warm/cold crap again. Should warm up gradually for the weekend, so they say now...
    Good Morning Borg

    Caledon Ken said:
    Good day all.

    Really nice day here, going to anchor or gazebo to deck this morning and put the canvass roof on it.

    Sorry to hear TC needs another procedure. Hope all goes well.


    @Wynona

    Not sure how to answer question from yesterday. Maybe people see WinRe and its associated partition in 10 and think that is when RE started. According to MS the Recovery Environment was available in 7 although it did not create the partition. As I read it RE is a subset of PE. See the heading more information in this article.

    https://support.microsoft.com/en-ca/...-7-and-windows


    Along came 10 and they made the RE more robust and planted the partition to ensure easy access. Notice first paragraph in this article is very much like the "More Information" paragraph in the Win 7 article.

    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/win...ical-reference

    Both appear to be based on PE environment.

    Found this on Toms Hardware. Brief comparison.

    Last One To Post Wins [168]-image.png
    Good Morning Ken
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  9. OldMike65's Avatar
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       #219

    Good morning Charlie, Buzzy, Eddy, and Tommy
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  10. Borg 386's Avatar
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       #220

    labeeman said:
    Good Afternoon Andre

    Good Morning TC hope everything goes your way.

    Good Afternoon Keith

    Good Morning Mike and Sammy it is 76 with a forecast high of 90

    Good Morning Borg

    Good Morning Ken
    Morning Beeman & the kitterz.
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