We've found that deleting the OST, running a repair on Office (in add-remove programs) and doing another Windows Update appears to fix things, but I'm not sure that fix will "stick".
Has anyone else been running into this mess? Find a better fix that the really time consuming one we've been doing?
So I've got my new 8 Speed wheel nearly built. I've got all the lacing done, but I'm a bit worried. I used two different spoke calculators, the one I've used before said I needed 255 and some change mm spoke and the other said I needed 253 and some change spokes. Since this is a gear hub the dishing is minimal and despite some fractional differences in the calculator they can realistically be the same size.
I went with 255's hoping the "some change" from the first one would be handled in the nipple and the other one might have the right idea. Turns out they're on the long side, should have gone with 253s. I've got them pulled up so tight the tips of the spokes are just coming through the nipples on the inside of the rim. I'm thinking the newest model hub is probably a little different than the prior 8's from Shimano, my exact model wasn't a choice on the calculators so I used a similar model - in both calculators. (The exact rim model was in one of them fortunately)
To top it off I went looking for 253's on Amazon and only found one box, they were the expensive kind but in a reasonable range. 254's are plentiful. I'm not sure 1mm will really be the difference I need considering the nature of the beast, but I'm not sure I'll be able to true the rim properly. 252's are readily available, but I'm worried that might be on the short side. Considering the nipples are 12mm and all of the spokes are nearly at the end I'm assuming 252's would be alright but not sure if I want to take the financial and time gamble to find out. Does anyone have enough experience in this to tell me "sure the nipple will handle it" my gut tells me 252's will be safe but I'll defer to experience. For reference the spokes are just poking through and they're not exactly "resonantly" tight.
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