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  Reply # 45575 6-Sep-2006 20:55
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D00d you need a decent computer! Clean install.... from product key to desktop was 18minutes

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  Reply # 45599 7-Sep-2006 09:03
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haven't got my dvd yet...




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  Reply # 45603 7-Sep-2006 09:50
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Is anyone running RC1 in MCE configuration? I had a recent build installed but the live TV was really jerky - has no issues on MCE 2005.

I'm getting my copy of RC1 soon and just wondering if its going to make it any better.




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  Reply # 45606 7-Sep-2006 10:11
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I use Media Center to watch DVDs and listen to music... It runs fine.

I'm not sure what you mean by "running RC1 in MCE configuration" you just open Media Center and it runs, no need for a special configuration.

MC doesn't support my TV card so I can't try that feature out.

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  Reply # 45628 7-Sep-2006 18:46
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Microsoft are now starting to send out emails to CPP participants, the download link in it is http://download.windowsvista.com/preview/rc1/en/download.htm

From the Windows Vista Team Blog:
"If you previously registered for the Windows Vista Beta 2 Customer Preview Program 2 and received a product key (PID), that key will work for the Windows Vista RC1 release as well.  You need not re-register; you will need to download the RC1 ISO image, however.  Microsoft has just today begun sending download links via email to previous Customer Preview Program participants who registered for Windows Vista Beta 2 back in June.  Not all emails are being sent simultaneously, so there may be a few hours' delay in delivery of yours."

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Reply # 45631 7-Sep-2006 18:59
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Mauricio is soooo efficient! Thanks for the DVD! Laughing







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