This topic needs its own reflector but I just hooked up a brand new PC
with VISTA and LINKSYS tells me I need a new router because the three
year old unit I have will not play with a VISTA PC....what a hoot.
David Cook wrote:
>There is no compatability issue with the original low-level WAV/RIFF format
>multimedia data handling that most all current soundcard software uses.
>Direct Sound has not obsoleted the original Windows soundcard APIs in Vista.
>Where did you hear that rumor?
>73, Dave, WA0TTN
>>[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Perry - K4PWO
>>Sent: Tuesday, March 20, 2007 10:44 PM
>>To: Towertalk Reflector
>>Subject: [TowerTalk] Vista comment and tower question...
>>Every thing I've thrown at Vista so far has been OK. It
>>"plug and played"
>>with my jump drives, external DVD-RW drive, camera, cell
>>phone, printer and
>>scanner. I haven't tried soundcard modem software yet as I
>>expect that may
>>be a problem area as most Ham soundcard software doesn't use
>>the MS Direct
>>Sound API. The system I have it on is a low end laptop
>>(under $1K) using a
>>Core 2 Duo T5200 processor, I GB RAM and a 120 GB hard drive.
>> It uses the
>>Intel integrated graphics chipset for display and it "plays" the fancy
>>"Aero" interface fine. As to versions, the only one to stay
>>away from is
>>Vista Home Basic. It's a waste of money. Vista Home Premium
>>will serve 90%
>>Now back to tower stuff... Can one of you "engineering" types
>>let me know
>>the max wind load area for 70 mph rating of a free standing
>>55' Rohn 45
>>tower in 3 cu. yards of 1" rebar reinforced concrete (bottom
>>section is 5'
>>in the concrete)? Or is it even possible to freestand that much 45?
>>73 de Perry - K4PWO
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