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Hi! I'm in a bit of a dilemma. I purchased what I thought to be a full version of the Windows 8 Operating System from my university. It turns out it was only an upgrade version, and they're not letting me return it. The only solution I can think of is buying a full version of an older Windows OS and then just upgrading it to the Windows 8. Is this my best option? Other than just buying another full version? Would some place like eBay or Amazon be a decent place to look an older version or am I just asking for trouble? Thoughts/Suggestions/Ideas are appreciated. Thanks.
(Am re-posting this as the first one does not appear). This is a problem re getting my photo stream to work. I have a MacBook Air with all of the latest software. For iPhoto I have installed 9.1.1 via the iLife 11 disk. When I tried to upgrade from the Apple site (iPhoto knows that an upgrade is available, specifically 9.2.1 which is needed for iCloud to work) a pop-up says: iPhoto 9.1.0 or later is required to install this update. Note the regular software upgrade site under the apple states that my software is up to date as does the App Store. So something obviously wrong. On the MacRum
For the second time, after upgrading my Firefox search engine (now Firefox 6.0) my Google home page doesnot offer the "Search UK sites only" facility. Last time this happened, I found a most helpful reply on a discussion forum and it worked. I cannot remember the site, nor what I did to restore the facility. Please can you help - How do I restore the "search UK sites only" facility on my Google home page?
Yo all, here's the deal - I've got a ATi Radeon HD 4850, quite good, but it's kind of giving me a headache when it comes to running newer games - 15-20 frames on GTA IV with high settings doesn't sound good to me... So the deal is - do I crossfire my current 4850 with another one or do I just buy a new GPU, like a 6950 or a 6970? It's a tough decision to make - just to note - it's not really about the money here, it's just that I'm not 100% sure if the 6000 series is right for me. P.S.: Yes, I absolutely MUST get 2GB of GPU memory if I will be going for a new one.(this question is also in t