How to install Windows Vista - BT stack should be removed but how?
I finally bought a new windows vista instillation cd, and it worked fine until when he was checking confirmation... when it happened he came with a message saying that I had to remove the Toshiba bluetooth stack.
I had no problem with that, in addition to the fact that when I uninstalled... it says it's successful, I rebooted and the instillation of Vista has always said exactly the same thing, even if the program was out of my computer.
I tried to uninstall and reinstall, Setup and different version and then uninstall, nothing seems to work, it always says that I still need to uninstall it from my computer.
Does anyone know of some way to work around this problem? Many thanks appreciated to help him!
It seems that you have made an update of XP to Vista. Am I wrong?
Why have you tried to update the operating system?
I think it s not advisable to upgrade to the first version of XP to Vista.
I prefer a clean Vista installation if you want you can use the two BONES; XP and Vista.
In this case, the new partition is necessary.
You can install the Vista on the second partition, and you could leave the XP on the partition of fist.
Vista provides a clean start and therefore Manager it s easy to switch between the two BONES.
But it was only my proposal. You can also format the whole HARD drive and install only the Vista!
Remember - this is a public forum so never publish information such as email or phone naked
- Error messages
- Recent changes to your computer
- What you have already tried to solve the problem
Download link for the 32-bit version of Vista SP1.
Windows Vista Service Pack 1 five language standalone for x 64 (Kb936330)
If the above does not solve it:
Windows Update Forum:
It comes with Vista, upgrade install and activate Forum.
You will get the best help for any problem of Update/Service Pack in the Windows Update Forum; the link below:
When you repost here, kindly include the Error Codes, and exactly what is happening when you try to update.
In this way, you will receive the best help.
See you soon
Mick Murphy - Microsoft partner
I have problems of fixing a friends computer. He is currently running Windows Vista Home Premium Service Pack 1 with the OEM sticker on the bottom with the key, but he lost the installation discs. To help make repairs, I have a valid Windows Vista repair disc and the Ultimate Boot CD on two different USBs. The symptoms are:
Three addons will install successfully, I restart, and they are uninstalled back again. The installed updates window shows nothing. I have the CBS.log newspaper and the CheckSUR.log if you do not want to see them. There are a lot of mistakes in both of these balls
If I download service pack 2 manually and try to install it, it says I need to install service pack 1 first. If I download SP1 manually and try to install it, it says I already have service pack 1 installed. If I try to install KB947821 it hangs the first time 75% and crashes to zero then.
The machine has problems with the .net Framework. I noticed that programs seem to corrupt and the only way to fix it is to clean the .net Framework and reinstall it.
The computer has recently been scanned with a full scan of Norton and no errors found. There is no antivirus or active windows security options because I was trying to get the updates to install. I'm in safe mode with network currently.
Things I've done:
I read a lot about this problem with a recovery partition. My recovery partition was the flag of boot top, so I spent my drive main and then booted from the disk to repair Windows Vists the flag and ran the Startup Repair. He set up the main drive of OS as the boot partition, but that does not solve the problem.
In order to exclude any form of corruption of MBR, I wiped the MBR and ran the /fixmbr tool to restore the MBR. This does not seem to help anything either.
There is a tool to repair WIndows Update, called a "Microsoft Fix it." I ran this in normal and aggressive modes without change.
Please let me know what information you want. I tried it for awhile and I don't think I'll get it without help.
Based on the information provided (especially errors in the CBS logs), there seems to be several packages in Windows that are damaged or corrupted. They could become this way through several scenerios (3rd party program interaction causing files to be moved or deleted, antivirus software can make a mistake of components to update valid as malicious, or even malware infection). Currently, there are a few options.
You could try manually repair all the packages that are in your CheckSUR report and then try to run the updates again.
Perform a upgrade in Place to attempt to repair the components.
Perform a clean installation to repair all the features of the operating system.
All these choices are not the largest road to go down, unfortunately at this stage with the damage caused to your system, these are the few options left to fix.
To speed up my new e9105z, I bought a new 80 GB Intel X - 25 M to reduce disk latency and complete the 640GO HARD drive came with my computer.
Drive has been installed successfully, recognized by the PC and formatted with the Windows Vista Disk Manager tool. When I use the BIOS tool to set the Intel SSD as my boot drive, it says that some files of startup is missing, and I come to on the HARD disk as the startup disk.
Bottom line: how to install Windows Vista on the SSD and configure it to start? Did I lose my classic HDD data in the process?
Here is where I am/measures taken. HP of course makes this difficult process:
(1) used the CD Creator to make a backup. (Note that the CD - R does not work with the e9105z software. Do only DVD-R). (I tried the system HARD disk recovery image. He simply reinstalled itself on the HARD disk.)
(2) the value of Vista installed on the SSD via backup DVDs. System starts beautifully with SSD. Hooray! I was about to declare mission accomplished, then...
(3) Reconnected my HDD SATA cable, she failed to be the startup disk.
(4) I used disk management to reformat the HARD drive to erase its boot sector. It is always default to the HARD disk, which is more a Vista on it. Now, I must go into the BIOS and choose the Intel SSD as boot drive whenever I turn on manually.
Any idea on what needs to be done to configure the BIOS to finally settle the SSD as my boot drive? The backup system image is still on the old hard drive. Could that be throwing?
The SSD speed is great, but the 6 + hours spent on Vista reinstall, reinstall and reinstall throughout this trial and error process made a royal PITA to do. It seems that HP didn't consider that whether by adding a second drive that is bootable.
You should be able to select the startup disk in the BIOS. Restoring image shouldn't be a factor. If the BIOS settings do not work, I would swap the connectors between the readers.
I need help, find how to install Windows Vista on a HP Pavilion 6475z disk. I had to replace the hard drive, so he has nothing about it and I added more ram, but I replace the cd player so it is not yet installed on the HP. So I was wondering if I could put the installation disc in my laptop cd/dvd and connect computers by usb ports and install it this way and if not how can I?
You are welcome
If the CD/DVD drive in the works of PC Gateway, you can (at least temporarily) remove it and install it in the HP, you can run your recovery disc and reinstall Vista. Once everything is running on the HP, you can always remove the CD/DVD drive and reinstall it in the gateway PC if you wish.
DP - K
Every thing downloads and prepares to install, the installation begins and the box pop up advises to close all programs and installation can last an hour or more with many stops of the computer. I followed the instructions but it still fails.
Error 0x8024200D code is:
The Setup program requires more data to download
See: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/948465 for more information
Learn how to install Windows Vista Service Pack 2 (SP2)
Can download the complete file here (for single pcs too)
http://www.Microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=a4dd31d5-F907-4406-9012-a5c3199ea2b3&displaylang=en TaurArian [MVP] 2005-2010 - Update Services
I can't get this to load. I had to reload windows Vista and present an update is my cock.
Separated from -.
Could you please turn the following
- Press the Windows Logo key + R-> Type WUAPP
- Go to View Update History
- Go to installed updates
- Find KB929777 and remove KB
- Re install updated via WUAPP and restart.
Adding to this do the following if the said above fails...
Was it a custom build computer? Curious...
Try to remove all the RAM and leave only 1 stick of RAM in your computer.
then try to update.
Answer if not
- Press the Windows Logo key + R-> Type WUAPP
Vista OEM on hard driveI have a LG E00, which came with Windows Vista pre-installed on it, but didn't come with disks. What happened is that I got a virus in my computer and I'll have to format the HD, how can I re - install Windows Vista, if I have not all discs?
LG E00 does not ring the bells in the computer world. Are you sure it's okay?
Support - LG LX120 is the only listed netbook
When you contact LG application - minimal cost from $16-$20 recovery disks
I would like to format my PC because of the problems I've been as blue screen errors.I bought a PC pre-installed Windows Vista and I don't have the DVD of windows.Question: How can I format the hard drive?
Here are the different ways to reinstall Vista
Contact the manufacturer of the laptop computer and ask them to send you to vista recovery disks to reinstall the operating system back as it was when you bought it
they do it for a nominal cost of $
also ask them if you have a recovery partition on your hard drive to get back to the way you bought
you would normally press F8, F9, F10 or F11 or Alt + F10 or 0 to start to start the recovery process according to the manufacturer
Ask them of the exact key sequence
or borrow a vista microsoft dvd; not a HP, Acer recovery disk etc
Make sure that you borrow the correct 32-bit or 64-bit microsoft dvd to your computer
they contain all versions of vista
This is the product key that determines which version of vista is installed
How to replace Microsoft software or hardware, order service packs and replace product manuals
Interesting problem? I have a laptop Acer Aspire 7720 G, which had Vista Home basic installed on the purchase, without discs provided but sticker windows product code based on the laptop. I just bought and installed windows 7 Home premium which seem to instal fine, but now my graphics card is not recognized (nvidia geforce). all I get is poor graphic vga? I tried to update the drivers from windows update and nvidia, no sucsess. 'Systems' I can't even see my graphics card, it seems I just graphics vga integrated, not good on a computer with blu-ray/dvd player and power dvd installed, nothing will work out of a bad quality dvd movie.
someone said that acer do not support windows 7 for this laptop and recommended re-setup of trash vista, but since I have no disk how can I do this. I don't have the product key code?
do I really have to install windows vista again and have I wasted my money on windows 7 that I can't use because my graphics card is not recognized? really frustrating, ilike, windows 7, want to use it, but how can I if it does not recognize my nvidai card, any help would be appreciated
We answer your question of Vista to help here; and that's all...
For any question on Windows 7:
Link above is Windows 7 Forum for questions on Windows 7.
Windows 7 questions should be directed to the it.
You are in the Vista Forums.
How to get Vista recovery Media or the Vista recovery Partition on your computer back to factory settings.
There is no Vista free download legal available.
Contact your computer manufacturer and ask them to send a recovery disk/s Vista set.
Normally, they do this for a cost of $ small.
In addition, ask them if you have a recovery Partition on your computer/laptop to restore it to factory settings.
See if a manual provided with the computer or go to the manufacturer's website, email or you can call for information on how to make a recovery.
Normally, you have to press F10 or F11 at startup to start the recovery process...
Another way I've seen on some models is press F8 and go to a list of startup options, and launch a recovery of standards of plant with it, by selecting the repair option.
Ask them if you can also make recovery disk/s for the recovery Partition in case of a system Crash or hard drive failure.
They will tell you how to do this.
Every computer manufacturer has their own way of making recovery disk/s.
Or borrow a good Microsoft Vista DVD (not Dell, HP, etc).
A good Vista DVD contains all versions of Vista.
The product key determines which version of Vista is installed.
There are 2 disks of Vista: one for 32-bit operating system, and one for 64-bit operating system.
If install a cleaning is required with a good DVD of Vista (not HP, Dell recovery disks):
Go to your Bios/Setup, or the Boot Menu at startup and change the Boot order to make the DVD/CD drive 1st in the boot order, then reboot with the disk in the drive.
At the startup/power on you should see at the bottom of the screen either F2 or DELETE, go to Setup/Bios or F12 for the Boot Menu
MS advice on the conduct of clean install.
A tutorial on the use of a clean install
Super Guide Windows Vista Installation
After installation > go to the website of the manufacturer of your computer/notebook > drivers and downloads Section > key in your model number > get latest Vista drivers for it > download/install them.
Save all data, because it will be lost during a clean installation.
See you soon.
Mick Murphy - Microsoft partner
I have windows xp media center edition version 2002 with service pack 3, when I try to install windows vista home basic he said: I do not have enough memory for temporary files and I should free space on my drives. What exactly should I do? I don't have much on my computer to begin and I already uninstalled all unnecessary files, I could think of. Any help would be appreciated thanks.
Please use the forum for Support of Vista,
What is your hard drive? Did you check how much free space on your hard drive?
Please run the Vista Upgrade Advisor before trying to upgrade to identify your problem:
Let us know the result of Vista Upgrade Advisor, Kevin
Microsoft Answers Support Engineer
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Original title: April 16 to restart my computer after installing Windows Vista upgrades, my office is now only 2 thirds of the screen, with the third other black
The whole office is there, but it is located in the Center, if the screen, with black bands at the top and bottom. By clicking full screen on the top right has no effect.
Hi Jeremy,.Thanks a lot for your help. You're right, I should have said no upgrades and updates.There were a total of 10 updates:4 a security updates for Vista,1 security update for the Microsoft 2010 information access path,1 day of cumulative security for IE9.1 windows Live essential 20111 definition update Windows Defender (KB915597)1 "" for Office 2010 "1 April 2013 malware toolI uninstalled Windows Live Essentials. I felt that I should not uninstall the updates of security, and the Defender update can not be uninstalled. It made no difference.I also checked the graphics card and told me that I had the latest version of the software.Then I checked the configuration of the monitor and graphics card configuration and found I could set the configuration to full frame. I did it and now all is well again.How and why the full frame disappeared April 16 remains a mystery.Thank you very much for your information without your help I would have been unable to delve deeply into the system. I learned a lot.
Original title: message update for something, I've already updated.
I keep told that there is an update due after that I have already installed it. He tells me that I need to install service pack 1 when it is already installed. Help, please.
Hi Billy,Thanks for posting your question in the Microsoft Community forum.Description of the problem, I see you have found fast to install Windows Vista SP1 after you install successfully.I imagine the inconvenience that you are experiencing. We are here to help and guide you in the right direction.Windows Update or Microsoft Update repeatedly offers the same update
Note: This link applies to Windows Vista.Note: The data files that are infected must be cleaned only by removing the file completely, which means that there is a risk of data loss.
Note: The Microsoft Safety Scanner ends 10 days after being downloaded. To restart a scan with the latest definitions of anti-malware, download and run the Microsoft Safety Scanner again.
Important: This section, method, or task contains steps that tell you how to modify the registry. However, serious problems can occur if you modify the registry incorrectly. Therefore, make sure that you proceed with caution. For added protection, back up the registry before you edit it. Then you can restore the registry if a problem occurs. For more information about how to back up and restore the registry, click on the number below to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
For more information, please see the link.
How to troubleshoot Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 service pack installation issues
http://support.Microsoft.com/kb/947366Important note: Antivirus software can help protect your computer against viruses and other security threats. In most cases, you should not disable your antivirus software. If you need to disable temporarily to install other software, you must reactivate as soon as you are finished. If you are connected to the Internet or a network, while your antivirus software is disabled, your computer is vulnerable to attacks.Get back to us and let us know the State of the question, I'll be happy to help you. We, at tender Microsoft to excellence.
As I said in the title, my hard drive went bad on my Dell XPS 420. I was running 32 bit windows vista service Pack 2 since the last time my hard drive gone bad. The first time I replaced my hard drive I used the cd of Windows Vista install with cd drivers and using automatic updates of windows. In a few hours, I had my pc up and running. But with this record, it's a completely different story.I did the same thing with her. Installed Windows and drivers as before and I go ahead and do the automatic updates. Everything is okay until I get to point when I download and install windows Service Pack 1. I download, install and it seems to work very well. Then it restarts to complete the installation and configuration. After about 30 minutes of this, he finally said service pack error. Restoration of the changes. He then takes 30 minutes more to do. After that, I get a screen saying that Windows does not start. A recent hardware or software change might be the cause. Follow-up by telling him to use the windows cd repair section.I did this 3 or 4 times to do different techniques. I did it with the automatic windows update. Manually as an administrator. After using the analysis tool in Windows Vista and in another way when restore you some files. I am about to throw my pc because I've probably spent nearly 10 hours of messing around with it and honestly it's not my time unless there is ANOTHER way that deserves to be tried before I "Offices" of the thing.Honestly, I think I read every article on this subject online. If I type in service pack 1 and vista online I went to all the links on the first 10-12 pages...If anyone has AN idea please let me know. Yes, I would like at the office space that it but it would also be good to have another pc with a new hard drive...Thank you.
If you go to Start, all programs, Windows Update and view update history, you will see the entry failed for SP1.
If you right-click and choose details, it should give you the details of the error.
You can also read the following article and check:
When you install windows vista service pack 1 that it says code 57 Windows update has encountered an error can someone help please?
Hello(1) what is the exact\complete error message you get?(2) remember to make changes to the computer before the question?See the methods mentioned below and check if that helps.Method 1:Cannot install updates in Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2Important: This section, method, or task contains steps that tell you how to modify the registry. However, serious problems can occur if you modify the registry incorrectly. Therefore, make sure that you proceed with caution. For added protection, back up the registry before you edit it. Then you can restore the registry if a problem occurs. For more information about how to back up and restore the registry, click on the number below to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
Back up the registryNote: Running chkdsk on the drive if bad sectors are found on the disk hard when chkdsk attempts to repair this area if all available on which data can be lost.Method 2:How to troubleshoot Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 service pack installation issuesNote: Antivirus software can help protect your computer against viruses and other security threats. In most cases, you should not disable your antivirus software. If you need to disable temporarily to install other software, you must reactivate as soon as you are finished. If you are connected to the Internet or a network, while your antivirus software is disabled, your computer is vulnerable to attacks.Note: You should not turn off Windows Firewall unless you have another firewall is enabled. Turning off Windows Firewall may make your computer (and your network, if you have one) more vulnerable to damage caused by worms or hackers.Method 3:The problem with Microsoft Windows Update is not workingHope this information helps.
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