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About justin218

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  1. I booted into windows 7 with AHCI off in the motherboards BIOS, windows 7 installed some drivers, and worked fine. It still won't boot in VMware though.
  2. At first I had this machine running dual boot OS X 10.5.6 / XP, each on a seperate hard drive. I would just change the boot order of hard drives to select an OS. However, to boot XP I had to disable AHCI in my motherboards BIOS. I could boot up this XP install just fine with VMware fusion with it seeing it as a boot camp partition. I just installed Windows 7 on a seperate partition on the same hard drive as XP and now I can boot Windows 7 without switching the AHCI mode in my BIOS. I can still boot the XP(without AHCI) as well. I choose between XP/Win7 at boot with whatever Win7 installed. Now VMware fusion can still run the original XP install if I select it, but if I select Windows 7 it will crash with a 0x0000007b BSOD. I think it is because VMware Fusion isn't set to AHCI? But I don't know how I could change that. Does anyone have any ideas how to fix this? Clifs: 1. OS X and XP on different hard drives 2. Could boot XP with VMware Fusion no problem 3. Installed Windows 7 onto second partition on XP hard drive 4. Windows 7 crashes with a 0x0000007b BSOD in VMware Fusion
  3. Another vote for skype. It's damn near become a standard nowadays.
  4. Had a friend with a broken home button, it's possible to do it, but it looked complicated... (hardest part was getting it detached from the screen) You can open it up and get to the contacts fairly easily, maybe they just got dirty, or bent a little. If its jailbroke you can modify the volume buttons to act as a the home button with a app called activator.
  5. iphone clone: does someone has experience?

    ya, I wouldn't get one... you get what you pay for.
  6. Dual boot & Virtualization

    VMWare Fusion should just see your windows 7 hard drive as a boot camp partition and be able to boot straight into it okay. You have pretty good specs, it should run things fairly well... But I don't have much experience with adobe CS5.
  7. Dual Booting With 2 Hard drives

    You can just change the hard drive boot order at boot, it's fairly easy on my gigabyte mobo.