Re[2]: Can't enter registration code block [OT]

2014-10-05 Thread Paul Van Noord
10/5/2014 9:04 AM Hi MFPA, On 10/4/2014 MFPA wrote: M UEFI-mode and Secure Boot in the BIOS are two newish features that M came out somewhere around the same time as Windows 8. I have not M encountered them myself, but saw when googling this topic that they M need to be disabled before

Re: Can't enter registration code block [OT]

2014-10-05 Thread Jack S. LaRosa
Hello MFPA, On Sunday, October 05, 2014 you wrote: M Hi M On Saturday 4 October 2014 at 4:18:45 PM, in M mid:23685106.20141004101...@charter.net, Jack S. LaRosa wrote: The desktop I'm using now was purchased from EggHead or TigerDirect, I don't remember which. It was purchased as

Re: Can't enter registration code block

2014-10-05 Thread Jernej Simončič
On Sunday, October 5, 2014, 3:44:47, MFPA wrote: UEFI-mode and Secure Boot in the BIOS are two newish features that came out somewhere around the same time as Windows 8. I have not encountered them myself, but saw when googling this topic that they need to be disabled before installing

Re: Can't enter registration code block

2014-10-05 Thread Jernej Simončič
On Sunday, October 5, 2014, 15:11:03, Paul Van Noord wrote: UEFI mode is needed when using an SSD as a primary drive. It is needed in Windows 7. See this: https://www.google.com/#q=uefi+mode+when+installing+windows+7 Nope, I bought my first SSD 2009, but haven't gotten an UEFI-capable

Re: Can't enter registration code block [OT]

2014-10-05 Thread MFPA
Hi On Sunday 5 October 2014 at 2:11:03 PM, in mid:1366095716.20141005091...@for-him.net, Paul Van Noord wrote: UEFI mode is needed when using an SSD as a primary drive. I thought an SSD could be used on any box that can use a SATA disk drive, as a drop-in replacement for that drive.