Upgrade in Windows Vista Home Premium to Windows Vista Ultimate Edition.

I am considering the upgrade from Home Premium to Ultimate. I already bought the software Windows Vista Ultimate Edition at a great price from Circuit City when they were going out of business. I am currently using Windows Vista Home Premium. I need to install a program called SolidWorks 2008 CAD - 2009 in College and this program is already bought and in my possession. Family Premium is not compatible with this program. I really don't want to go because I believe that it will lose the ultimate software, but I think, that I have no other choice in order to use my copy of SolidWorks 2008 - 2009. So I have a few questions related to it. Is there a way to get around this, and if not, is there something I need to do or uninstall until I try to install this upgrade? I can't afford to have any problems during this update because I need every day my computer for school. Is a one time installation were I will not be able to use this ultimate software on another computer ever? Thanks for your help.

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http://www.Microsoft.com/Windows/compatibility/Windows-Vista/default.aspx

Windows Vista Compatibility Center

Use the foregoing for checks for hardware and software compatibility.

If it is not Compatible, it is not Compatible with Vista.
Changing the Vista version it will be not Compatible.

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Read this info on running your program in XP SP2 Compatibility Mode:

http://www.howtogeek.com/HOWTO/Windows-Vista/using-Windows-Vista-compatibility-mode/

If this is not Vista compatible, read the info on the link above.
It works for some programs, but not all.

This applies to software programs, NOT hardware drivers

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Looking for Service Pack levels during the upgrade:

On your installed operating system Service Pack level cannot be greater than what is on the disk to upgrade.

Click Start > right click on computer > properties > system > it will tell you which SP you have install.

http://support.Microsoft.com/kb/948537

"How to uninstall Windows Vista service packs"

If the OS installed Service Pack 2 and Service Pack 1 upgrade disk > uninstall SP2 installed operating system > install the upgrade > reinstall SP2.

And run the upgrade of a Vista operating system.

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If it is a retail upgrade license, it can be transferred to another machine.
But it can be installed on a single computer at a time.

See you soon.

Mick Murphy - Microsoft partner

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