Taking a look at the Acer Aspire One D150 after living with it for a few weeks – and the verdict is good!
My second attempt to upgrade from Vista to the Windows 7 Release Candidate ends in failure – again. The reason for the failure remains a mystery!
My attempt at upgrading from Vista to Windows 7 RC ends in disappointment – I blame directory junctions for the problem. Guess I have to wait until I make the switch to 64-bit to get Windows 7 goodness on my computer!
Even though I swore I wouldn’t upgrade to Vista, just recently I bit the bullet and did it anyway. But I did it for all the wrong reasons.
UPDATE: As some people have noted, this problem was fixed in Windows Vista, so “it’s not really a problem anymore.” And with Windows 7 out now, and Windows XP slowly dying, there’s no real reason to worry about this anymore. But I’m leaving this article here, just for the sake of posterity. I found out… Continue reading Really Annoying Flaw in NTFS Mount Points