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  1. Posts : 17,838
    Windows 10
       #11

    Porthos said:


    I think the OP pissed Shawn off!
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  2. Posts : 927
    Win 10
       #12

    Some people just don't get it.
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  3. Posts : 56,678
    Multi-boot Windows 10/11 - RTM, RP, Beta, and Insider
       #13

    Edwin said:


    I think the OP pissed Shawn off!
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  4. Posts : 13,171
    Win10 Version 21H2 Pro and Home, Win11 Pro and Home
       #14

    And here I was about to suggest using a GPARTED LiveCD [created from .iso download] to fully wipe out the partitions on the drive to give a clean start.
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  5. Posts : 18,319
    Windows 11 Pro
       #15

    Berton said:
    And here I was about to suggest using a GPARTED LiveCD [created from .iso download] to fully wipe out the partitions on the drive to give a clean start.
    Which, obviously, would have done nothing for @gpspirit34 and been a waste of time.
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  6. Posts : 17,838
    Windows 10
       #16

    Porthos said:
    Some people just don't get it.
    Know what's even better?

    Taking the time to formulate a lucid, well thought out and researched reply for some noob who comes on here screaming: "EMERGENCY!!! I did such and such! I NEED HELP!!!"

    ... then they log out 2 seconds after you post your reply, never to be seen again!
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  7. Posts : 927
    Win 10
       #17

    Edwin said:
    Know what's even better?

    Taking the time to formulate a lucid, well thought out and researched reply for some noob who comes on here screaming: "EMERGENCY!!! I did such and such! I NEED HELP!!!"

    ... then they log out 2 seconds after you post your reply, never to be seen again!
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  8. Posts : 32
    XP64 Professional, Windows 7 Ult. Windows 10 Ult
       #18

    Porthos said:
    You have other posts about installing Windows 7. You never answered the questions asked of you.
    What exactly are you trying to do? Installing windows 7 now is a huge mistake. Depending on the age and processor and other driver issues it may be impossible as well.
    He asked a question and got mostly accusations and flaming.
    I had to do exactly the same thing as what the question implied a number of years ago on my socket 939 on an MSI K8N Neo 2 board that only accepted an AGP GPU! I couldn't obtain Win10 driver's for my FX5700LE, Win7 drivers were incompatible with Win10 and the system was an unstable dog due to this so other than upgrading the Mobo, along with GPU, downgrade the OS back to Win7,8.1 or use Linux, 10 quite simply wasn't an option!
    As for a socalled huge mistake? Other than Linux, 7 or 8.1 is perhaps the only option! At least 8.1 is supported until 2023 but Win7 will still work for a while allowing options to be explorered.
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  9. Posts : 927
    Win 10
       #19

    hennmann said:
    He asked a question and got mostly accusations and flaming.
    He got legit comments and instructions even from @Brink and came back with an attitude.

    Some new chips can not accept Win 7.

    Your issue with the older AGP video card is unfortunate bur understandable. MS or the hardware vendors cant support a product forever.
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  10. Posts : 5,893
    Win 11 Pro (x64) 22H2
       #20

    hennmann said:
    I had to do exactly the same thing as what the question implied a number of years ago on my socket 939 on an MSI K8N Neo 2 board that only accepted an AGP GPU! I couldn't obtain Win10 driver's for my FX5700LE, Win7 drivers were incompatible with Win10 and the system was an unstable dog due to this... [snip]

    Not sure how you expect a 2015 Microsoft OS to continue to support a motherboard with an GP port that got replaced in 2004. And the cards using said port no longer manufactured by 2006/7.

    That's pretty much an unrealistic ask considering the last AGP cards were manufactured about 7 years prior to the Windows 10 "preview" release in 2014!

    Like Porthos said, Microsoft can't support old tech forever. Heck even car manufacturers don't hold on to old tech that long.
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