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Boris Balaban

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The core of windows 7 is still Vista, no nothing has changed, if you had problems in Vista, the problems will be there in Windows 7. I am running the 181.20 nvidia drivers.

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I have had no problems with Vista. :)

The only thing I do not like about Vista is the opening a directory the contence sometimes was not in the state (view) I had it befor. :(

Do you have a DX10 video card?

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I have a NVIDIA GeForce 7600 GT :rolleyes:

Checked with a program (NERO) and I am using DirectX 10.0 ;)

Does this help? :confused:

Then you weren't affected by what CM people call "Vista problems" (which are really NVidia/ATI DX10 problems) in the first place.

The 7xxx aren't DX10.

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Sorry, I am not an IT person, I work in electronics (2 way radios).

What is DX10 then?

DX10 is a thousand things and it doesn't have anything to do with IT, just with what the Microsoft marketing uncles make it do.

One meaning is the software package that you have which has about 292392 components, give one or two.

Another meaning is new graphics features than only the NVidia 8xxx and up vards support. That's what gamers usually mean with "DX10 graphics". You need both Vista and a DX10 card to get DX10 graphics features. Unfortunately that is what NVidia broke in their drivers for DX10 :)

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