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So You Want To Run Hyper-V on theat Core i5 Laptop? Thanks for Playing!

Today I found a bit of nastiness. I recently received a new notebook and was configuring it to dual boot with Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 so I could run Hyper-V. I had no problem doing that with my Toshiba from last year. So what’s the problem? This:http://blogs.msdn.com/virtual_pc_guy/archive/2009/11/16/understanding-high-end-video-performance-issues-with-hyper-v.aspx If you install the proper graphics driver under […]

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You Still Running the Windows 7 RC? I Am. Here Comes 3/1 …

Posted by in Windows 7

I’ve seen the popups for the past few weeks and ignored them. Tomorrow is D-Day – the Release Candidate (RC) for Windows 7 will expire and it’ll go into shutdown mode every  two hours. Here’s the problem with someone like myself who is often on the road or way to busy to deal with things like […]

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Some Updates and A Bit of Technical Content (Hyper-V/Live Migration/iSCSI)

It’s been a busy month between client work, travel, playing bi-weekly with a big band, and the holidays … as well as getting ready to go into the studio to start my first new album in 10 years in a week! First, the updates: Thanks to the folks at SQL Saturday in Redmond – I had […]

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