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About JSKY

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    winders expurt
  • Birthday 01/25/1958

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    Black Hills of S.D. USA
  • Interests
    A Cold Beer
    The Great Outdoors
    The Good Life

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    Home Built AMD Phenom II X6 1055T Thuban 2.8GHz Socket AM3 125W Six-Core Desktop Processor OCed to 3.2GHz ASUS M4A87TD/USB 3.0 A-DATA Gaming Series 8GB (4 x 2GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800) Desktop Memory OCed to 1850mhz Rosewill BRONZE Series RBR1000-M 1000W PS
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    Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 RTM - XP Mode

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  1. JSKY

    Where are you ?

    Like the rest. I stop in every now and then. So many ways to find answers nowadays it slowed down many message boards. But I just love to stop in for that feel of the old day when we were so busy one couldn't.t keep up. to remember the days of Techtv, and of all the people we come to know and lost.
  2. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all my old friends here. I hope all is well and the New Year brings each and everyone great fortune.
  3. JSKY


    You will be missed. Rest in Peace Marty
  4. This really sounds like a damaged drive perhaps some bad sectors. Hard discs fail in some strange ways. If you can get a copy of Spinrite 6 http://www.grc.com/spinrite.htm try running it trough it's paces (may not be worth the price so if you can find a friend to let you borrow a copy it would be better). I maybe entirely off base with this but it would be something I would check. It is Hard to say... If it was a fresh install. But when you have the Master Boot Record., Drivers, tweaks and different settings for a different motherboard. And your moving the whole already installed OS to a n
  5. The key codes for 32bit are usually different from a 64bit code. Windows 7 usually installs the type automaticlly based on the which key is used. If you do have a multi-bit key (which they have). It will lock in under the one you activated with.
  6. Just a hunch. I build my own computers and just got done with my newest. I find that a booting problem from a older to a newer build sometimes comes from tweaking the operating system to run smoother or faster or what not on the old motherboard. Setting a multi-core processor to boot with multiple cores on the old motherboard as an example. Might not be a good idea on a new model and cause the same type of problem your having. I have learned to untweak and default whatever settings I can before moving an operating system from a older motherboard to a newer one. Hope this might give you a few
  7. Hi Marty If you have Win 7 Professional or higher you can install and run XP Mode. (it's a MS download) It Virtualizes XP and allows you to run anything that worked with XP. Just start XP Mode and instal lthe drivers under XP and scan what you need. Thats how I use my old flatbed scanner
  8. HAPPY BIRTHDAY TK!!!! I hope you have a great day on this special day of yours. Have fun and take care
  9. Thanks for the links, I'll give them a try
  10. JSKY

    Happy New Year

    Hoping everyone here at BTs has a great New Year. And that everything works out fine the whole year through
  11. A BIG Happy Birthday to you Marsh
  12. JSKY

    Happy Holidays

    Happy Holidays to each and everyone here at BTs. I hope you all have a Great Holiday.
  13. Great news Chuck. Good to hear all is well. Happy Holidays
  14. HAPPY BIRTHDAY my friend I hope you have a great day!!!