To install Vista on Satellite M60

Is that what anyone has experienced hardware problems during the installation of Vista on the laptop above. I have already increased the RAM to 2 GB, which is the maximum.

I'm sitting looking at a copy of Vista and do not know to install on my laptop or home built PC, Help!

Thank you

Hello amber

If I remember well satellite M60 is not portable to Vista and there may be a bit more problematic with Vista support. I imagine that you will have problems because of incompatible BIOS version, but you can check your hardware using Windows Vista Upgrade Advisor. You can find it HERE

Please use it and see the hardware compatibility report.

Just for example: I managed to install Vista on Satellite M70. It is also portable to Vista but Vista works well.

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