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Old October 11th, 2016   #11
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With fronts full time on and rears dead, any chance it could be caused by the burned out rear bulbs? Only have the 2003 tool kit with me. little chance I can replace the relay. But no clicking to be heard when I engage the flasher. So could be it. Sorry for intruding this thread. Never used the site on the phone and I couldn't figure out how to start a post. Maybe Z man can move it?
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Old October 11th, 2016   #12
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Curious, why do you think Windows doesn't do well dual-booting?

I've been doing it for years.

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Windows doesn't do well dual-booting, unless you load some flavor of Unix to control the boot sequence. You may not have to partition off very much space, but you will need to use some. There may even be boot managers out now that won't require any other OS. I've not dual-booted in years, and back then, there was only one way: Linux and Windows, with Linux loaded first.

But yes, you *can* do both - not sure how license validation will be impacted. I've never seen anyone dual-boot two different Windows versions. Normally it's Linux and Windows, or some other OS versions.

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Old October 12th, 2016   #14
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Curious, why do you think Windows doesn't do well dual-booting?

I've been doing it for years.
You missed the most important part:
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I've not dual-booted in years, and back then, there was only one way: Linux and Windows, with Linux loaded first.
So, back then, it wasn't easy to do - unless you know how to do it. I did also say there were probably boot managers out there to help you, and evidently EZBDC is a decent one.

As for the difference between Win10 Home and Pro:

Pro is designed to work with Windows domains. Some things are different, and/or in different places.

User management is a big one, but if you're not playing in a domain, you don't really need to do much user management. With Home, the granularity of account control on home systems is also limited - You get Admin, or User. With Pro you can set up all sorts of different security levels and permissions. 99% of which no home user would ever look at, because they're not server or network admins.

But, those are the major differences.
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It's built into Windows 10 pro and Server pro now. It's really simple to setup.

Not sure about Home as I never bothered with it.

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So, back then, it wasn't easy to do - unless you know how to do it. I did also say there were probably boot managers out there to help you, and evidently EZBDC is a decent one.

As for the difference between Win10 Home and Pro:

Pro is designed to work with Windows domains. Some things are different, and/or in different places.

User management is a big one, but if you're not playing in a domain, you don't really need to do much user management. With Home, the granularity of account control on home systems is also limited - You get Admin, or User. With Pro you can set up all sorts of different security levels and permissions. 99% of which no home user would ever look at, because they're not server or network admins.

But, those are the major differences.
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