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Are you so finicky with your Os installs that it literally takes all day and night long?
11-03-2007, 09:36 AM,
#1
Are you so finicky with your Os installs that it literally takes all day and night long?
I get so insanely finicky with my Windows Xp installs that it takes a fucking day.I have been paid 200 bucks and up for my FREAK ANAL installs . Its one of those things that really drives me NUTZ!! I want to hear if you guys are same or its just me thats a wierdo??:geek:
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11-07-2007, 01:25 AM,
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Are you so finicky with your Os installs that it literally takes all day and night long?
mine installs in 30 minutes
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11-07-2007, 04:14 PM,
#3
Are you so finicky with your Os installs that it literally takes all day and night long?
no i setup a custom iso with nlite and then click go and its an unattended setup all the way through.

or you could install it once, and make a disc image of your install once you have it all up and running, then you never again need to sit through that annoyin windows install process

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11-20-2007, 04:23 AM,
#4
Are you so finicky with your Os installs that it literally takes all day and night long?
whats the point of reinstalling your OS? keeping it maintained is not very difficult to do. Im running the same version of XP as when i first illegaly downloaded it when it came out (with updates).

formatting the drive does not always mean that there is nothing on there if your afraid of the feds finding anything, the only true way is to destroy the disk.
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12-11-2007, 01:50 PM,
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Are you so finicky with your Os installs that it literally takes all day and night long?
Quote:whats the point of reinstalling your OS? keeping it maintained is not very difficult to do. Im running the same version of XP as when i first illegaly downloaded it when it came out (with updates).

formatting the drive does not always mean that there is nothing on there if your afraid of the feds finding anything, the only true way is to destroy the disk.

its not that. if you keep your files well then yes your OS can be fine for years. However not all of us put the time/effort into keeping everything tidy. A fresh re-install can be quicker than running through millions of files trying to get rid of stuff. regedit is daunting to anyone even when its clean. if you know what you are doing it can still get messy.

personaly im converting slowly over to Ubuntu. seems a stable base and they have the right mix. Id like to find a decent virtual machine prog in 64bit and get the x-fi working and im over with windows.
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12-11-2007, 02:48 PM,
#6
Are you so finicky with your Os installs that it literally takes all day and night long?
My Debian Etch takes 15 minutes to install. Plus all the applications I want.
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12-12-2007, 05:32 PM,
#7
Are you so finicky with your Os installs that it literally takes all day and night long?
my penis installs in 30 seconds
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