Most of the top comp sites are recommending home users to wait at least six months before installing Vista. No different than purchasing a new model car .. allow the teething problems to be sorted first tho I doubt there will be any problems with Vista
IDD CI24 ECONO MM Penta 1.20 Galaxy II 1.2Mtr Polar MTG yes it has been on the arc for 25 years and is now fixed on 13 East using two pairs of rusty molegrips. Unlike me they never groan but always perform.
Doesn't sound good at all for SPDIF fans. If my PC was in the same room as my SPDIF SONY AMP - I would have hooked-up my PC.
OT: Content protection was employed on SPDIF by SONY as anyone with a MD Recorder will testify (there was a useful board that could be made or a blackbox bought till SONY started firing out lawsuites and EU law changed, et al).
More OT: I made a ghost of my C: drive the other day with Norton Ghost and set off installing Vista to PC (the RTM vers.). About an Hour later, I was ready to make a ghost of that so I could come back every so often to meddle with Vista.
Hark! I had totally forgotten the compatibility issue with NUMEROUS Norton products. So a ghost of C: Vista was out of the question.
I couldn't go online, because Vista had a problem with my network adapter - and I couldn't ..... lalala.
Vista was Hasta la Vista for another rainy day. LOL.
This lastest 'story' of wo makes even less inclined to actually purchase it. Vista SP3 for me - at the very earliest.