Windows 7 Beta – now running more smoothly

So considering the issues I have already mentioned, I decided I should take some rash actions. I uninstalled Windows Live, Live Mesh, and AVG 7 Anti Virus. I then re-installed Windows 7 – essentially upgrading the upgrade.

During the install I got one of these errors, hitting try again seemed to work

There is no disk in the drive, please insert disk into drive 
Deviceharddisk1DR1
Cancel | Try Again | Continue

Then the upgrade ran smoothly.

Once the system restarted, I got the same error related to two applications

  • winmail  (mail I guess)
  • unregmp2.exe (Media Player)

    So I am up and running – IE is happy again

    Now it is time to load up the Windows Live apps again….

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