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I´m using win 2k and NTFS on my computer, AMD K6-2 550. I found drives for all my software and hardware. I´m running PS 6.0, Umax Powerlook 3000 scanner and a Epson 1200. Everything runs smooth and os is stable as a rock compared to win 98. I hate win 98! For awhile I was going to turn over to Mac just because of win 98. My brother recommended me to try win 2k first. The only thing I had problem to find driver for was the modem. I can handle any ICC-profile and I´m now into a very project to make profiles for CFS-ink an different papers. I do really recommend win 2k! Tomas ----- Original Message ----- From: "JEL" <email@example.com> To: "Epson Inkjet newslist mail" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sent: Sunday, December 02, 2001 6:36 PM Subject: Advice for upgrading to Win2k on photog computer? > I am contemplating upgrading my Win98SE system (Pentium III, 512mb > memory) to Win2K. To do this I'll make it a clean install, reformatting > my drives and starting from scratch. I plan to use the NTFS when I > upgrade. Currently I have 3 physical drives -- one for programs, one for > data, and the third for backup. All will be converted to NTFS. I've > decided to do it this way because I just upgraded an older smaller > Penium system that I use primarily for communications. It has much less > power and is presently beating the heck out of the newer Win98SE for > speed. > > My specific question is this: is anyone running on Win2k that was > installed as the lone OS onto a clean system and is using Photoshop 6 > and printing to an Epson 3000? I will check to make sure that all my > hardware and software is current and compatible, but don't want to mess > up my currently well calibrated triumvirate -- e..g., monitor, scanner, > and printer. I am using Profiler RGB, latest edition. All of my images > are archived to CD. So I guess I'm primarily concerned about how Win2k > will handle ICC and other color profiles. Any differently? > > J Lipmanson > > - > Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate > subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions. - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.