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Crashes left right and centre, and causes BSOD every 15 minutes or so. Everytime windows error reporting came up it blamed the crash on 'Unknown Device Driver' despite the fact that all the drivers were the MS versions that came with Vista. Installed the ATi Catalyst Driver in the hope that this would clear this, only for the problem to continue.

Installed, and then removed the K-Lite Codec pack recommended in another thread because it didn't work properly. Now find that Outlook 2007 crashes when starting, IE crashes when starting and the Windows Feeds Synchronization Service stops working (message keeps appearing every few minutes or so). Reinstalling Office at the moment to see if this cures the problem....

IE7 crashes on a number of pages, even on Microsoft generated pages and sites ie when logging in anywhere with the Live ID so have resorted to using Firefox.

Installation and running of a number of programs, even using compatibility mode, fails - so much for compatibility mode then! Adobe Premiere 2.0 being one example and PSP 11 being another.

All this in the RTM build... Not much to show for five years worth of development and 2 years worth of beta testing.

Has anyone else had these problems and any ideas on those I haven't sorted yet? Cheers!

Happy bunny? I don't think so.

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