As I have posted many times in response to questions similar...I have been
running Vista since pretty much 12:01 on January 31st and the RC's and
Beta's before that.....On my machine or any of my friends machines we really
have had no problems.....Some friends run Ultimate some run premium and I
run Business...Some of these are upgrades and some are fresh installs Mine
is a fresh install in a raid0 on twin 160gig Seagate Barracudas'...System is
smooth and very fast and stable...The following is only to explain how
things are working
My rig consists of :
Intel 2.66gig core2 processor
Intel "Bad Axe 2" D975XBX2 motherboard
4gigs of Kingston HyperX DDR2 800
PNY 7900GS graphics card...until ATI releases there DX10 cards and then I
will get 2 of there cards and crossfire them..
Onboard Sigmatel High Def audio connected to a 5.1 system...Clear and works
Connected to a Linksys router and also have a network laser printer (Both
run with no problems)
I run many games both new and old and they all run very smooth
I run AVG antivirus from Grisoft and it is working perfectly
Antispyware is Sunbelt's Counterspy and is no problem
My Logitech Quickcam Ultra also works great in Windows Live messenger
I run many different programs on this system
All in all I am really not seeing any problems but since I read these
newsgroup posts every day I do see that people are having
problems...Remember more people are NOT having problems then are...I feel
bad for these people and wish I could or did have more knowledge so I might
help more....I hope you get your Vista running properly soon so you can sit
back and enjoy it as I have.....Have a great one !!!
"nsag" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>I am trying but:
> Drivers do not all work or only work partly.
> Consistent networking with XP machines is impossible, particularly sharing
> Internet media streaming hiccoughs while XP machines on the same network
> with the same sources never lose the stream.
> I am logged in as the administrator but am frequently told I do not have
> administrator privileges for simple file maintenance chores.
> Photoshop filters that work under XP do not always work under Vista.
> I am truly astounded that Microsoft thought this dog was ready for the
> show. Must be Balmer.