Upgrade to windows vista home to windows vista ultmate ssystem

I jutst a windows ultimate vista upgrade software. I opened the package and now find one of two dvd upgrade for 32-bit and one for 64-bit. Now, I'm totally confused about this installation process. Help!


Click Start > right click on computer > properties > system > it will tell you if you have Vista 32-bit or 64-bit installed.

Unless you specifically ask for Vista 64 bit, it normally has 32-bit version of Vista installed by the computer manufacturer.

If the installed Vista 32 bits, use the Ultimate Upgrade 32 bit DVD.

You upgrade from the version of Vista installed > get it operational > insert the upgrade DVD into the DVD drive > follow the instructions.


And read this info below on installed Service Packs:

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.


"How to uninstall Windows Vista service packs"

If the OS installed Service Pack 2 and Service Pack 1 update > uninstall SP2 from Home Premium > install the upgrade > reinstall SP2.

And run the upgrade of a family race Premium.

32-bit to 64-bit and 64-bit to 32-bit is a clean install, not an upgrade, if you have different versions of ILO.

See you soon.

Mick Murphy - Microsoft partner

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