Windows 7 점점 마음에 들어간다.

한동안 사용을 포기하고 살까 햇던. 구현 TV카드의 드라이버가 오늘 업데이트 되었다!!!
MS에서 Driver많이 걸기는 거나보다.. Vista때는 이러지 않았는데.
암튼. 이제 못쓰는 장치도 없으니 다행이다 싶다 ^^ TV도 다시 내맘대로 볼 수 있게 되었고. ㅎㅎㅎ

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