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Default question about gtx 295 in quad sli and windows 7

I was curious about other users of gtx 295 in quad sli and windows 7. I just got my copy of win 7 ultimate and tried to install. When I did it stopped at the finalizing installation prompt. Well, the dots kept flashing but nothing happened. I even left it for 30 mins and nothing. So, I unplugged everything USB except keyboard and mouse. Same result. What it was is that windows wouldn't put in wddm drivers for all 4 gpu's. What I mean is that I had to take out one gtx 295, reinstall windows (which worked perfectly with one gtx 295) and then reinstall the second card and put the sli connector back on after windows had installed. Then windows detected the second card fine. Just wondering if this is the case for others with gtx 295's in quad sli with windows 7?
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