Why can't move from Windows Vista Ultimate Edition of Windows 7 Professional?
I installed Windows Vista Ultimate. I bought a copy of Windows 7 Professional (I didn't need all the extra guff - it was useless in Vista, do not be at all an advantage to 7). So why can I not go?
Ultimate Vista to Windows 7 Professional is NOT an upgrade path.
Windows 7 Ultimate is your choice only upgrade from Vista Ultimate.
Supported upgrade scenarios
|Windows Vista (SP1, SP2)||Upgrading to Windows 7|
Professional, company, full
Home Basic, Home Premium, Ultimate
Home Premium, ultimate edition
This is how Microsoft has designed their operating system.
See you soon.
I went through all directions and I still stop during the verification of compatibility of the system. Sometimes never really part of the installation. I checked just like other posts in case of a problem, and I can't understand what is wrong.
Thanks for all the help and suggestions Hula Baloo... I'll try one at a time. Worst case scenario would be that I have back up all my files and programs and try for a complete install rather than an upgrade... it'll be more work on my part but I have heard it will be a better and cleaner installation... ah... nothing is easy right?
Why not a movie made Windows Movie Maker - do NOT play on some DVD players? What can I do for the DVD player to allow the DVD to play?
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Why these updates does not apply to Windows Vista Ultimate Edition?
Here's an overview:
In addition, why Vista Ultimate load individually all these individual language packs? The other 32 options. How can I disable them?
Q: is this computer belong to you or...?
A: my client
It is a specific consumer support forum. You will find appropriate assistance in what IT Pro forum-online http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en/itprovistasecurity/threads
upgrade from vista home premium to windows 7 Professional
can I switch from wondows vista home premium windows vista profesional then upgrade to windows 7 Professional, and if so how much does it cost? College, I work for that sells US software at discounted price so I bought Windows 7, but it is the professional version instead of Home premium, that I should have bought.
Microsoft sells more Vista
and Vista Home Premiun to Vista Business (NOT Vista Business) has never been a way to upgrade
I'm sorry, but you bought the edition of Windows 7 hurt
see if the College will exchange it
Here are the supported Vista to Windows 7 upgrade paths
Windows Vista (SP1, SP2) Upgrading to Windows 7
Professional, company, full
Home Basic, Home Premium, Ultimate
Home Premium, ultimate edition
so eager to upgrade to Windows 7, it will depend on if the manufacturer of your computer/laptop has windows 7 drivers available for your computer/laptop as to whether Windows 7 will work properly on your machine
check with them
and read this
Windows 7 upgrade advisor
Windows 7 system requirements
Windows 7 upgrade paths
Compare editions of Windows 7:
Windows 7 Compatibility Center to check software and hardware compatibility:
Windows 7 price:
and the link below is to an instance of installation of Windows 7 for any other questions about the installation of Windows 7
I bought a computer with vista. I've upgraded to Windows 7. Can I downgrade from Windows 7 to Vista or even XP?
You can UN-do the upgrade (the restoration of Vista), but you can not downgrade to Windows XP. See...
How to uninstall Windows 7
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Windows Defender in vista Ultimate edition 64-bit can co-exist with anti-virus like AVG 2011 and firewall, Avg & windows software?
In fact, recommended in this case?
AVG for disable Windows Defender.
I have Windows Vista Ultimate Edition, I want to go back to my Windows XP specialist, how then - I get in touch with Microsoft to send me a copy of my Windows XP Professional, I bought a lot of Microsoft, Katrina Distroyed my business and also home or what should I do?
Your computer has a recovery partition, check the owner's manual or the web site of the manufacturer of your PC support.
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I got the Windows Update for Monday, 30/11/09. Under the option updated, I clicked on the update Realtek for my wireless 801.11 b / g driver. During the download on the window updates screen, he says that he was downloading updates. Then he went to install the updates and I got the BSOD about 3/4 of the way through. Reboot the computer and to the Welcome screen, it said it was set up the updates. He crossed the 1st to the 3rd stage, but remained at 0% and then in Windows. When the desktop is loaded, the window "Windows has recovered from an unexpected shutdown" came. When I click on "Find solutions", he went the BSOD and restarted all over again with the same message "install updates" at the Welcome screen. When I tried to cancel the window "windows has recovered...". ', he went the BSOD again and restarted again with the same method. The next time I tried to restart the computer and during the stop, he went to the BSOD and restarted everything again. This also happens when I try to shut down the computer. The stop on the BSOD error message is Stop: 0x0000001A. Windows error that appears under Windows is 80070103. I am running Windows Vista Ultimate Edition. Help, please. How can I get out of this loop. I tried the "Fix - It" program, but it's the same thing when he went to restart the computer. I know it has something to do with the appearance of the Windows Update, but I do not know how to break the loop of update.
Run the Microsoft Fix - It from this link:reset Windows Update components
It has all the steps that you have already done, but includes a couple that you don't. After you run reboot and post back with the results. Mike - Engineer Support Microsoft Answers
Visit our Microsoft answers feedback Forum and let us know what you think.
Original title: download silverlight
I am unable to download silverlight so I can watch movies from netflix... I have windows vista and I tried to uninstall, but silverlight is not on the list of programs... suggestions?
I suggest you to visit these links and check if it helps:
It will be useful.
I have two Acer ASpire laptops. They are totally frozen because of the virus. I lost the recovery of Windows Vista Ultimate Edition disc, where to get a replacement. I have to rebuild my laptop.
I have two Acer Aspire laptops. They are totally frozen because of the virus.
I lost the recovery of Windows Vista Ultimate Edition disc, where to get a replacement.
I have to rebuild my laptop.
No - what are the two Acers come with a recovery disk?
If this is not the case, one of them would have a recovery partion, which specifically is to reinstall the operating system on it.
With an Acer, you press Alt + F10 at startup to start the recovery process.
All data are lost when you do the above.
And for the lost disc, contact Acer and ask them to send you recovery disks.
They do that for a small fee:
Some manufacturers have more available Vista recovery disks.
If this happens, you may need to try this instead:
You can also borrow and use a Microsoft Vista DVD, which contains the files for the different editions of Vista (Home Basic, Home Premium, Business and Ultimate) must be installed. The product key on your computer / Laptop box determines what Edition is installed.
Other manufacturers recovery DVDs are should not be used for this purpose.
And you need to know the version of 'bit' for Vista, as 32-bit and 64-bit editions come on different DVDs
Here's how to do a clean install of Vista using a DVD of Vista from Microsoft:
"How to do a clean install and configure with a full Version of Vista '
And phone Activation may be necessary when you use the above installation method.
"How to activate Vista normally and by Activation of the phone '
See you soon.
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.
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.
Read this info on running your program in XP SP2 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
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.
"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.
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
I have Windows vista Ultimate edition. but he started asking for activation after the windows update while it has already been activated before the update.
If Windows Vista application unexpected activation
On rare occasions, you may be prompted to activate Windows Vista on a computer that did not previously require Windows Vista activation or has already been activated successfully. For example, this may occur on a computer on which Windows Vista was preinstalled by an OEM installation or Volume licensing and are major hardware changes occurred, such as upgrading the hard disk and memory at the same time.
If you are prompted to reactivate Windows Vista, you can do this by using the Windows Activation Wizard to:
- Click Start, and then click computer.
- Click System Properties on the toolbar, and then click click here to activate Windows now in the Windows activation area. If you are prompted for an administrator password or a confirmation, type the password, or click continue.
- Select the Windows Vista activation method that you want, and then follow the instructions.
To avoid this problem in the future, obtain the latest service pack for your version of Windows Vista, either through automatic updates or direct download.
To update to Windows Vista and prevent this activation problem does not happen:
- Click Start, click all programs, and then click Windows Update.
- Click find updates.
- As soon as Windows Vista found the updates, click the install updates button.
How to activate Windows Vista
Activation fails when you try to activate Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 or Windows Server 2008 R2 on the Internet
I have BitLocker on a computer pre-installed with Windows Vista Ultimate Edition, if my TPM module has been disabled; I can see the link in the BitLocker Control Panel icon to turn on after clicking on it to turn it on, it tells me to turn on the TPM secure, restart, and follow the instructions. If I turn it on, when I click on the icon of BitLocker, it tells me that my computer is not configured with bitlocker, shows as 2 drives on the left, on the right it descriptions of the show with an 'x' next to a magnifying glass on a hard drive and the word "off" after the description. Is it the way it is supposed to look like when it will run. Because I put all perimeters to activation, the initialization and the establishment. The TPM is the correct version, group policy is set to the correct specifications, I did everything what I was instructed to do. I even let the TPM to create his or her own password. I initialized and took possession of the TPM, I turned it on, I put it to ignore blocked orders. I installed the security chip. My hard drive is narrowed, there is the extra partition specified as S:, Ok he said after doing this, I have to reinstall the software, but after reinstalling the software, it says it has deleted my second partition. I did it at least 10 times aggravating. So I used the BitLocker configuration tool to shrink the drive and create the partition. Now what I am doing wrong?
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Windows 7 Upgrade says he cannot directly upgrade Windows XP, duh? I ran the Upgrade Advisor before running the upgrade software and did not get this stupid message. I get only when the software upgrade performs its checks. I am running Windows Vista Ultimate Edition with all updates to September 24, 2013.
Which edition of Windows 7? It matches the edition of Vista you are trying to upgrade to?
When important changes to your computer, for example an upgrade, it is always recommended that you back up your system before installing a new version of Windows. In your case, you can upgrade to Windows 7 depending on the edition and the architecture of Windows Vista, you have installed. If you are running a 32-bit version of Vista and upgrade to a 64-bit (Windows 7 edition) version, you'll have a pure make install, it is the opposite case.
If you are using Windows Vista Home Basic or Premium consumer editions, you can only upgrade to Windows 7 Home Premium or Ultimate. In addition, you can make downgrades, which means, if you are running Windows Vista Ultimate Edition now, you cannot downgrade to Windows 7 Home Premium. You perform logical upgrades:
Windows Vista Home Basic > Windows 7 Home Basic, Premium or Ultimate
Windows Vista Edition Home Premium > Windows 7 Home Premium or Ultimate
Windows Vista Business > Windows 7 Professional, enterprise or ultimate edition
Windows Vista Business > Windows 7 Enterprise
Windows Vista Ultimate > Windows 7 Ultimate.
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