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A small trick that I have learned when wiping and re installing Windows is when you go to select the partition that the OS is installed on it will display this message This is fine. What I learned is that it will keep that Windows.old folder on your hard drive that contains the driver for your peripheral. After clicking okay and installing and configuring ...
The text in your screenshot appears normal to me. Did you have Windows 7 on your laptop before your HDD upgrade? I suspect the blurriness you notice is from the subpixel rendering via Microsoft ClearType. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ClearType#ClearType.2C_human_vision_and_cognition http://noel.prodigitalsoftware.com/ForumPosts/Noel_ClearType.jpg Your ...
It's not an issue, it is normal. In that 10-15 seconds the system is already done filling the memory but it has to restart some scheduling mechanisms (O.S. is up&running but not yet started to schedule high level user apps) and switch to the logon screen. 10 secs is very normal.
When you install any new (not included in Windows) driver in Windows a copy of this driver is copied inside a dedicated folder in Windows. Your problem is that the newest version of the driver get installed from this location. That's also happen automatically every time you reboot your computer because I believe the version you try to install manifest it ...
This is my procedure that worked for me on Windows 7 32 bit: install provider drivers (Broadcom in my case) reboot computer Unpair the headphones Pair again the headphones, drivers are found now Setup Sound device The headphones works
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