Unless I am misunderstanding something on http://zinstall.com/faqhttp://zinstall.com/faqI've stumbled upon Zinstall about a week ago, it looks promising. I've asked some co-workers and I heard good feedback about Zinstall's tech support.
While XP Mode (Available in Win7 Pro & Ultimate) provides you a BLANK machine, Zinstall gives you a full machine, with everything you had.
Zinstall seems to be accissible to non-technical users, and solves a real problem for those who don't want to spend time in order to re-install everything right away.
I think I'll give it a try when I get my new HP G71.
Understood. Thank you.You could easily share your printer using standard windows “file & printer sharing” and just print through the shared printer.
This is not at all a problem, on the contrary, if you'd connect the USB printer directly to the XP, then you could not have used it to print in Win7, this is certainly not desirable. So in fact, I would prefer to use the shared printer.
I think the issue was - might it work. And it did for me, and it did for 9 out of 10 reviewers i checked before buying the thing.John, I don't think the issue was, might it work? I guess the problem is, is it worth taking a chance it won't work and then the company refusing to stand behind their product by issuing a refund. If they don't have enough faith in their own product to stand behind their money-back-guarantee then I wouldn't have any desire to try it.
Yes, you are right, it IS the issue of the original posters question. I guess, more accurately, I should have said "I don't think MY ISSUE would be whether it MIGHT work but rather how often it doesn't"I think the issue was - might it work.
Personally, a 90% satisfaction does not seem an acceptable rating to be trusting all my most vital personal data too. I think this would be an issue/concern for me and I think it should be a concern of anyone considering buying the product. For example if only 90% of the buyers of Windows 7 thought it was any good then they would have to call it Windows Vista II, not Windows 7and it did [work] for 9 out of 10 reviewers [that] i checked before buying the thing.
He had to be a real person; bots couldn't have registered on this site. If you mean it might be some kid playing around, Larry's bitterness is the biggest thing that makes me believe the post IS sincere; it seems logical to me that he actually searched the internet after he got screwed and is warning everybody about his bad experience.I don't know what really went down in Larry's case (if he's a real person?). There will always be those people who think they got screwed some how. He just sounds very bitter to me, and that's kind of sad.
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