When I built my computer with the latest i7 cpu on an asrock x-58 motherboard. I wanted the latest operating system to.so I installed windows 7. initially I design this computer to run pro tools in a studio environment. but when I installed pro tools and launched the program it would crash the computer.
I found out how to solve that problem and now my Pro tools is smoking on this set up!..........
by Kelly Kline Burnett 7 years ago
Has anyone done this? Any tips? I am a novice. Thank you!
by Audrey Selig 7 years ago
Can Microsoft Office 2003 be installed on a new computer- 2011-with Windows 7 as the OS?
by Hack PC 3 years ago
tell me which OS u like the most? and why?
by Kylyssa Shay 2 years ago
So I've been getting the Windows 10 pop-ups for the last several months and I've been clicking the "no thanks" button on every one. This morning, I wiggled my trackball to wake my PC from sleep mode and fracking Windows 10 had installed itself and only needed me to press the accept or...
by Michael Willis 8 years ago
I thought I was buying the whole Windows 7 from Dell when I wanted to upgrade from Vista. I now find out that this is just an "Upgrade" which means that Vista is still on my hard drive, just with Windows 7 running. I have to keep Vista for 7 to work. Dell tells me that Vista is still...
by Lily Rose 8 years ago
I upgraded to Windows 7 with IE8 in September 2009. After a while I started having occassions where the back, forward, refresh & favorites buttons would stop working after being online for a while. It has continued to happen on a more frequent basis and now happens after being...
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