Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by LUg, Nov 26, 2008.
Has anyone found (Build 6933) anywhere yet ?
I wish someone would already!!! The newest build is 6948 so actually i would like that one more, but anything other than 6801! I have done everything that can be done with it
yeah I have been crusing forums looking for some news on a new build. I hope we get to see a new build before the new year, but it doesn't look like it. I suspect Beta 1 will be the next build that gets released to the masses.
I too have been looking, and not finding. I have found dates of 12/08 and 1/09 - time will tell.
I want download windows 7 build 6936. where is link.
it is not out, what don't you understand about the previous posts??
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Now i want 6956!!!
I rather like it. Unfortunately, it'll only fuel the fire of the ever predictable MS naysayers who are convinced W7 will be yet another bloatfest. On the surface, it does give the momentary impression that developers are more focused on glitz rather than lighter and faster.
Besides from the boot screen which indeed is horrendous (which is not affecting me at present as I am working with 6801 at present) Windows 7 is great. Its crisp and snappy something Vista could never boast.
As is widely predicted there are already many people knocking Windows 7 and they haven't even tried it and probably never will but will continue to knock it.
Remember the 'Anti Vista Brigade' now there is a new club called the 'Anti 7 Brigade'
i actually like the boot screen i think its pretty neat! wuts so butt ugly about it...? and there nothing but ugly about a damn bar the just sparkles over and over? in vista and xp. u ppl have no taste better yet lets just leave the screen black LOL
Build 6956 is now available on torrents, but not as an installation dvd image, but as a VHD image.
Sounds great but could you be a little more precise please as to where we will find it.
I d/l the vhd file - now what?
Is there a tutorial that explains what to do with this file.
I have no experience with VHD.
I think I can create one using Disk Management in Windows 7 64 bit.
As far as things are now, people get BSOD while booting. When they'll find a way to make it work properly, there'll be a tutorial... as far as i understand, this image is a backup of the real machine, that's why it doesn't want to work on other hardware (probably)...
Thanks - I can wait.
BSOD here. I think I will perhaps hang on for a bit for it to get sorted.
How do you get the BSoD?
Is this workable?