Windows 7 update Advisor run problems

I am currently running Windows XP Home Edition with Service Pack 3 and downloaded but am unable to successfully run Windows 7 Beta Update Advisor.  I constantly get the message that "Windows Upgrade Advisor has encountered a problem and needs to close".  I've eliminated all versions update Advisor, turned off my firewall, redownloaded the Advisor and got the same results.  Read on a blog that Windows 7 has less stringent requirements that Vista, so I downloaded the Advisor to update to Windows Vista and got the same error message when I tried to run it.  I'm under a system with an ABIT motherboard with NVidia Firewall hardware and a processor AMD Athlon 64 x 2 Dual core 3800 + with 2 GB of RAM.  I have a card Radeon X1300XT/X1600Pro / X 1650 series.  Anyone know what I can do to get the Advisor to update to work?

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    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

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    What I am doing wrong?

    I really hate to say this, BUT I'm literally at the edge of tears.

    Help!

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    http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/tutorials/tutorial140.html

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