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[*] posted on 6-8-2011 at 14:17
Be careful, Giron, or you'll be in the cold showers, and not here! Mrs Giron will do it!!!! lips_sealed

[*] posted on 5-8-2011 at 08:39
It's a porno site and the ' hot ' refers to their arousing sexual appeal, or so I've been told.


[*] posted on 5-8-2011 at 02:25
Just as a thought, Giron, I can understand the Red and the Russian Babes bit, but how can any of them be hot? From my understanding no part of Russia could be anything but freezing cold! It certainly does not rate as even slightly tropical! nananana

[*] posted on 4-8-2011 at 15:13
Originally posted by finchart
i remember waiting half the night for one porno picture to download:)))))))

Yes, the Red hot Russian babes site was quite slow in those days, or so I've been told. lips_sealed

[*] posted on 4-8-2011 at 12:55

[*] posted on 4-8-2011 at 08:36
and tell that to the kids today and they won't believe you, in a yorkshire accent, ...'))))

[*] posted on 4-8-2011 at 08:34
quite agree LS, i started of with a spectrum, 16k, the power, will the program load? then i got a commadore 64, which was a massive leap, floppt dicks, the a 100khz pc, with internet modam, i remember waiting half the night for one porno picture to download:)))))))

[*] posted on 2-8-2011 at 03:39
I thought as much. I've actually seen, and heard the real thing way back in the 70's in my last year at High School. It fired my imagination, but not to the point where I ever considered owning one. The next electronic music making gadget that did excite me was the early Amiga computers, they were on my long list of first 'puter to buy. Eventually I ended up with a PC (8086 processor) and it was many years before I ever got back to finding something that would perform as well as that early Moog. Now, of course, you wrist watch is almost more capable.

I am a guitarist, not a keyboard player, BTW.

[*] posted on 31-7-2011 at 18:08
hi LS
its a Moog moduler synthisizer dating from the 1980, keith emerson used one all the time, they cost about 20,000 then.
the only time i have seen one is in a glass case, in a museum.

[*] posted on 15-7-2011 at 01:40
As an aside, Finchart, I like the looks of your Avatar, mate, what is it? (Make and model) At first thought I thought it a mixing desk, but then I noticed the keyboard, So I'm guessing some sort of synth, maybe an older Moog?

[*] posted on 14-7-2011 at 16:47
yes, the pc is ok to upgrade,LS and thanks for the link Faolan, in fact thanks everybody you are, as usual, brilliant:)))

[*] posted on 14-7-2011 at 05:32
Just as a, slight, digression, is the machine you are looking to upgrade to W7 capable of handling it?

[*] posted on 13-7-2011 at 18:41
Katzy, you don't need third party programs all you need is WET:


I've used this plenty of times to transfer (and back up) data for Windows, works well with Vista to boot.

As to installing it John Barnes has it right, there is no direct upgrade path for XP you have to wipe XP and install Win 7. The three licence version of Win 7 was a time limited offer, to get the cheapest version of Win 7 you need to buy a per computer OEM licence (it's tied to one machine technically). You can get the retail version which includes both x64 (64bit) and x86 (32bit) versions whereas OEM is limited to the version you bought.

[*] posted on 13-7-2011 at 15:27
So, it sounds like you found what you needed to know.:)

[*] posted on 13-7-2011 at 13:34
apparantly you can do a full install, using an upgrade dick:)))

[*] posted on 13-7-2011 at 13:21
what i ment with the disk is; can i do a full install of win 7, on a formated disk, with an upgrade dvd?

[*] posted on 13-7-2011 at 13:18
i have lookes everywhere(now) but can only find upgrades, do microsoft DO a full virsion with 3 pc lisence?
John Barnes

[*] posted on 13-7-2011 at 13:00
The only way to put windows 7 onto a hard drive that has xp on it
is to completely wipe the xp off the drive and then it will lay down windows 7 as though it is a clean drive you don't have to put vista on first. though it will upgrade from vista what it does it puts vista into a folder called old windows and once you have windows 7 up and running with all programmes installed you can delete the folder called old windows and reclaim about 6gigs more space on your drive i think it will do this with xp as well jmb

[*] posted on 13-7-2011 at 12:45
Don't think you can upgrade from XP to 7, though.

At least, officially, you can't.

Either way, you're going to lose your programs, files, and settings.




[*] posted on 13-7-2011 at 12:33
no i haven't, can you believe that, i'm an idiot.
John Barnes

[*] posted on 13-7-2011 at 09:46
have a look on Ebay there might be one there

[*] posted on 13-7-2011 at 05:36
hi guys
a lady friend of my wife's has asked me to get windows 7 for her, she needs a 3 user licence, home premium.
i once did a clean install using a XP upgrade disk, i don't suppose this is still possible?
also have you any suggestions where i can get it at a resnable price?