Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by luke, Apr 14, 2010.
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Are you shocked that 3rd party driver might be incompatible with SP1 ? hey... its beta use something else or dont use beta SP1. Question do you have Live movie maker installed? Because this driver might be part of it.
no i dont have live move maker installed could be CyberLink PowerDirector ,Virtual CloneDrive or UltraISO what every its is sucks balls
Uninstall SP1 beta - simple.
If it doesn't work for you get rid of it - hope you have an image of your system before you installed it.
I never install Service Packs if I don't have to - I always wait for M$ to release the integrated version.
Most of their SPs are only a rollup of updates anyway - OK maybe some new features - but I found Vista with SP2 integrated results in a far better system (faster and more stable/responsive) than installing Vista and applying the service packs - it will be the same with 7.
i agree with you here .. there's no need to install a "Pre" beta of Service Packs..
I disagree here.. i used both versions..
Vista w/out SP slipstreamed & w/ SP slipstreamed and notice no difference..
not sure if it's luck, my computer, or coincidence.. but never noticed any difference..
especially considering they contain the same files..
I always noticed a difference - I certainly will not apply a service pack to a system that has been running for some time with lots of programs and updates already installed
of course the big advantage is one install instead of install and patch - I still prefer integrated install.