The Mac likes Vista (the opposite is true, too)

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    The report that SATA performance on Mac Pros is improved in RC1 should make a lot of people happy. Can others confirm?
     
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    if vista is going to be SO much like tiger, then yea i might be able to dual boot for a while. ahh, then leopard will come out and we once again wont give a crap about vista.
     
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    *kicks self for not getting a vista beta key when I had the chance*
     
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    Surely the opposite of 'The Mac likes Vista' is 'The Mac doesn't like Vista'.
     
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    And then, conversely, Vista wouldn't like the Mac. :rolleyes: ;)
     
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    You want mine? ;)
     
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    And I for one would be happy with that:D
     
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    I guess he meant "the reverse is true, too"
     
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    Although this is good news to hear, I still don't give a crap about Vista. It's still behind the times, except for maybe it's user interface. I won't be buying Vista any time soon, unless I absolutely need it, which isn't very likely.
     
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    And thus you show how little you know about the undercarriage of Vista. :rolleyes: Vista is to Windows as OS 10.0 was to Mac OS and just as buggy.
     
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    So does this mean I will never get my HD's to work properly without making my own install disk or buying Vista? I was kinda hoping to see it fixed in a boot camp update or Leapord, wonder what the chances of that are now?
     
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    The Mac may like Vista but the Macintosh Drivers sure as heck don't.
     
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    Kingsly

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    Yes!
     
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    :D

    I had no audio :(

    Luckily the wireless driver and I guess video drivers were already installed when I upgraded from XP. I've since reinstalled XP.

    One thing that bothered me about RC1 was the amount of time it took to install.
     

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