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TheCherryKing

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  1. Update Windows 7 to 10 without losing Windows 7 from drive

    No, you cannot perform an upgrade installation if you want to keep Windows 7.
  2. Update Windows 7 to 10 without losing Windows 7 from drive

    That would be a fresh install alongside Windows 7, not an upgrade.
  3. Why are we still using MOLEX ???

    Some people prefer the Molex connectors. They are not as common today but they will be around for a very long time.
  4. I haven't noticed any performance reductions from my storage. My storage runs of PCI express.
  5. 4TB of RAM?

    There should be a case as tall as a typical refrigerator that has many PCIe slots. It should be called "All Aboard the PCI Express"!
  6. Windows 8.1 is still supported with security updates. If you have AMD Ryzen or Intel Kaby Lake or later you will need to complete some registry tweaks in Windows 7 or 8.1 to get security updates. Don't feel obligated to jump on the Windows 10 bandwagon, do whatever makes you happy.
  7. 4TB of RAM?

    It's a shame that there aren't any four socket AMD EPYC servers. AMD has not commented on whether there would ever be an EPYC processor capable of 4-Way operation.
  8. My maximum screen resolution has increased

    Did you enable AMD "Virtual Super Resolution"?
  9. HELP- Windows 8.1

    Reinstall Windows but do an in-place upgrade. You will be able to keep all of your files and programs. It only takes about a half an hour.
  10. The memory is getting out of control even more! Six months ago I purchased this stick of memory for only $550! https://ebay.com/itm/CRUCIAL-BY-MICRON-DRAM-CT64G4LFQ424A-64GB-PC4-19200-DDR4-LRDIMM-ECC/253229628066?epid=7012052645&hash=item3af5a97aa2:g:i3kAAOSw~vpaA9Qn
  11. New Chair?

    Don't get a racing chair unless you actually like the feeling of sitting in one.
  12. The constitution lists the rights of the American people and Internet service isn't one of them.
  13. Where is internet access "rights" located in the constitution? It's non-existent!
  14. Your world view is skewed to but to the opposite extreme.
  15. You don't even live in the US! You have no political power here! Stop trying to alter our culture and free-market economy!
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