Jump to content

Victimperson

Members
  • Content Count

    267
  • Joined

  • Last visited

About Victimperson

  • Rank
    Member
  • Birthday November 27

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • OS
    Windows 10

Profile Fields

  • Country

Recent Profile Visitors

1,497 profile views
  1. http://www.howtogeek.com/268982/how-to-shut-down-a-windows-pc-without-installing-updates/ I can see this being convenient later today when I go to download the Anniversary update on public wifi and let it install when I get home.
  2. I know it's kind of late in the day to be posting this (considering today is the last day to get it), but there is a deal to get the standard version of hard disk sentinel for free. If you're wondering if this is a safe website, it is. I've gotten software from here before with 0 problems. I thought us Windows users may enjoy http://www.bitsdujour.com/software/hard-disk-sentinel/in=todays-deals-home Edit: I just noticed where I posted this, sorry if it's the wrong spot. Feel free to move it to the appropriate spot.
  3. Victimperson

    Got my new Galaxy S7 last night :)

    Have you tried Samsung Pay? I recently upgraded to an s7 edge and I've gotten it to work once so far.
  4. Victimperson

    Looking for a computer or laptop.

    Have you found one yet?
  5. Victimperson

    Install of Windows 10....maybe.

    http://www.howtogeek.com/243581/windows-10-may-delete-your-programs-without-asking/ Edit: Your files should be fine though.
  6. Have you tried the 64 bit firefox yet Broni?
  7. Unfortunately when I tried to load the image from the built in windows tool it formatted the drive when I attempted to restore the image that it didn't restore. The idea about making an image with 3rd party software drive image xml of the old hard drive worked. I am back on Windows 7 now and I think I found a more reliable way to make an image for me.
  8. I used the built in windows imaging tool. I tried using both the system repair disc and the windows installation bootale usb. I decided to not install windows 10 using the 7 key because of all the applications and files that I have. I even tried to put on a 7 image (also used by the built in backup tool) but that wouldn't work either (used the windows 7 system repair disc for trying to recover the 7 image). I then decided to put in my old hard drive (the one that was failing earlier this year and also has windows 7) and make an image of it using a different program called drive image xml. I am going to try to load the image later today or tomorrow to see if that will work for me. I'll keep posting to let you know how it goes.
  9. I need a way to restore the image for the computer but it won't let the image go through.
  10. I tried to boot a windows disk externally but doing so messed up my internal drive. I tried to recover using Windows image recovery but it wouldn't go through saying how 10 wasn't the last os used on the computer. So I was wondering if it is possible to download the windows 10 iso and activate it using my windows 7 license then try to restore my image. Any thoughts?
  11. Victimperson

    What In The Hell ?

    I use bing because of their rewards program.
  12. Victimperson

    (post from phone) Windows 10 hanging black screen

    Let us know how it works out.
  13. I can't wait to get it ota on my nexus
  14. Victimperson

    Wanting to install SSD in my laptop

    When you create a system image of windows 7 before your 10 upgrade you can restore your 7 image after you revert back from windows 10. You can upgrade to windows 10 again if you decide to go back to 7 as long as you do so before the end of July 2016.
  15. Victimperson

    Wanting to install SSD in my laptop

    Here is information on creating a system image http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/4241/how-to-create-a-system-image-in-windows-7/. To be safe, create a system image before and after you resize your partition to fit your new ssd (You can choose which image you want while going through steps to restore). Here is a free program you can use to resize your partition http://www.partitionwizard.com/free-partition-manager.html.
×