Windows Vista Edition download Home Premium
Original title: DOWNLOAD VISTA HOME
My computer acer laptop crashes and I need to install the windows vista home Premium how can I download operating system. Thank you. also, how to return to a topic that I started a few weeks there is a disc of hacking that I went back to Microsoft?
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To reinstall Vista on an Acer.
You press the left ALT and F10 at startup to start the recovery process to factory settings.
You can order Acer recovery disks, if they still have.
How to order the eRecovery discs:
Also you should have your own recovery discs.
Read your manual on how to make them through the Acer eRecovery program.
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 once the operating system is installed, go to your computer manufacturer's website and get the latest drivers for your particular model or laptop computer.
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 don't know where I could download Windows 7 Home Premium on my USB stick to NTFS,
Exactly, I'm looking for a .iso or the download of Windows 7 Home Edition Premium or 8 - 8.1 upgrade of Windows Vista Edition Windows Home Premium.
I'm also curious if I can or will be able to use the two product keys I have, which are:
* The sticker on my computer that contains a product key.
* The one who accompanies the computer located in START, made a click right COMPUTER, properties.
I'm on Windows Vista, I would update to Windows 7 Home Premium at least.
With my two key product or not at all if possible key.
Advice, useful information, download links, solutions?
Please share and thank you in advance!
Is it possible that I'll be able to use the product from the installation disc key twice on a different computer if I install it on Windows 7 Home Premium?
To be more precise, could I use the same disc installation and key on both computers at the same time?
No, a key = a single computer. Each PC must have its own unique and valid product key to stay activated.
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Purchase a new sealed copy of the upgrade of Windows Vista Edition diskette Home Premium. I found one on which the label says "for distribution in the United States / Canada only. Will this work without problems on a PC in the United Kingdom
"U.S. / Canada Distribution only" disk for use in the United Kingdom?I want to buy a new copy sealed the Windows Vista Edition upgrade disk Home Premium. I found one on which the label says "for distribution in the United States / Canada only. Will this work without problems on a PC in the United Kingdom please? Thank you.
Yes, it will work. However I recommend to buy the disk to upgrade of the United Kingdom.
The Windows Vista DVD upgrade that you get in the United Kingdom is different from what they get in the United States.Please follow the link menitoned.Choice of installation for consumer versions of Windows Vista (32-bit only)
http://support.Microsoft.com/kb/932616I hope this helps.
If it of a locatio I can download a Windows Vista Home Premium 64-Bit OS?
I had to replace the hard drive. I got the key just the OS disc...
1. is the preinstalled operating system?
2. What is the brand and model of your computer?
Iso files of Vista are not available for download. If you received an operating system preinstalled by the manufacturer, I suggest you to contact them for the recovery disc.
Or you can contact our Microsoft Supplemental Parts team.
How to replace Microsoft software or hardware, order service packs and replace product manuals
Hope it will be useful. If you still have questions, please reply and we will be happy to help you.
I recently bought a HP Pavilion dv6 1199EE laptop and it has a version of Windows Vista Home Premium Service Pack 2 system Type 32 bit installed.
Now, I want this transition to Windows Vista Business full Edition without formatting & reinstall OS because I don't want to lose the features & programs came with the lap top. I would buy the Windows Vista Professional with the product key on the local market in my country.
First of all, I want your advice what is the best Vista professional should I buy?
Second, what are the professional measures to update without formatting the hard drive of my laptop?
You cannot upgrade Vista Home Premium to Vista Business.
It is not a Vista upgrade path.
You have clean installation, back up ALL your data and reinstall all the programs.
-of Vista Home Basic, Home Premium, Business and Ultimate.
-from Vista Home Premium to Ultimate.
-from Vista Business to Ultimate
And there's no. Vista Business Ultimate version.
You will need to purchase a full version of Vista Business and do a clean install.
OR buy a Vista Ultimate upgrade version and do a upgrade.
If you do an upgrade to Vista Ultimate, it SHOULD be with a 32-bit Ultimate Upgrade disk.
There is only a single company of Vista, but you can buy the full version 32 bit or 64 bit OS and do a clean install...
All depends on the amount of RAM for the need to use.
Read the info above the link to compare the versions; then make your choice.
See you soon. Mick Murphy - Microsoft partner
The LifeCam Cinema hardware installation error
Tried to install Lifecam Cinema 3.0 but keep on receiving an error message "Required line was not found in the INF" - OS is Vista Home premium edition
LifeCam installed on my laptop XP
LifeCam software version 3.2 is available; Make sure you install the correct software for your hardware.
You can download software LifeCam here
Step 1: You can follow the steps mentioned in the article below
Troubleshoot installation of Intellipoint and IntelliType LifeCam software
Step 2: See also the steps mentioned in the article below
Troubleshoot failures to find the new LifeCam hardware
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A few years ago I bought a pc custom made and also bought a version ledgit of windows xp media Center, with this, I also received a free uprade for windows vista home edition premium, I gave it some time before moving to vista (because of all the initial problems that vista had when he was releaeased).
But now I have vista on my pc is for a year or two irratically running at least, so I desperately need to format my pc, I have read in various articles that once you upgrade to vista xp your original key to become obsolete, surely this cannot be the case, I paid full price for the Media Center program , and if indeed this is the case how do I clean my pc and reinstall vista on it.
Thanks in advance for any response to my dilemma
This is your key to your XP license.
You can wipe the computer and reinstall.
It now part of the process to upgrade and stop install you on another computer.
But you can use it to reinstall > then go back to Vista.
If you have any problems, just call Microsoft and explain what you are doing.
See you soon.
Mick Murphy - Microsoft partner
Hi!, I need help. I tried to understand the upgrade from Windows Vista to Windows 7 but I have not been able to fully understand the various issues. My dilemma is this. I have a House runing PC with Windows Vista Home Premium and I want to install a version of Windows 7 Professional. The package I have indicates whether an upgrade, but when playing in the homepage of Microsofts, in my view, that I understand that to switch from Windows Vista Home Premium to Windows 7 Professional, I need to do a full install, not an upgrade. Because my package bed upgrade, I don't know if it contains the program needed to make an installation full or not. I don't want to start and install and find out in the middle that I don't have the good disk to complete the task. Could someone who knows about it could give me the right path to follow. I will be very greatfull for any guidance. Thank you.
See this simplified table of upgrade: http://i.zdnet.com/blogs/windows-upgrade-chart-eb-remake-final3.png?tag=col1;post-1246
Vista Home Premium upgrade to Win7 professional will require one in Place (i.e., update Win7 Home Premium) and an Express Upgrade (from Win7 Home Premium to Win7 professional).
That said, Windows Update has nothing to do with the upgrade of Windows. Any future post upgrade issues rather here: http://social.answers.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/w7install/threads ~ Robear Dyer (PA Bear) ~ MS MVP (that is to say, mail, security, Windows & Update Services) since 2002 ~ WARNING: MS MVPs represent or work for Microsoft
I use Windows Vista Home Premium 32-bit backup to create a backup on an external hard drive files. the disk is almost full, I noticed the backup appears to create a new set of files each time that it will consume a considerable amount of space. Is it safe to delete old files to free up disk space as current backup do not complete due to lack of space. I don't want to lose all the essential files in the erase process.
Yes, you can delete the old files, because they are not needed when the new backup is created.
My suggestion is to set up a backup incremental and will ovewrite the old backups so that you don't have to delete old backups.
HelloI have a laptop Lenovo G550 with processor dual-core Intel, 4 GB RAM, 320 HDD with Windows Vista Home Premium 64-bit works fine yesterday. All of a sudden all processes be losed with strength and i' received e of error messages to send information or the rejection message. And then he suggested e to perform the disk check so I tried to restart to get the following message.Windows failed to load because the system registry file is missing or damaged. Status: Oxc000014CI tried all the boot options like the boot safe mode, last known, good configuration but without success.I tried to fix it by using a Windows Vista DVD,Press any key to boot from the CD/DVD...I see a bar saying Windows is loading files in progress...After that, I get progress bar of Microsoft Corporation followed to a black screen.After 10 minutes or so I get a mobile mouse on the black screen pointer. And that's all, he remains the same for centuries.I am out of resources on how to solve this problem.Any help will be greatly appreciated.Thank you.
That's what you should see when you use a Vista DVD take to do a Startup Repair:
You have obviously something wrong with it.
See you soon.
I have an old model laptop gateway ML6721 with Windows Vista Home Premium. Now, it runs very slowly and must be restored. I can't find the restore disc and gateway has no more. Where can I get a restore disk?
The built-in recovery partition is still functional? -You can create a set of disks? (check your manual)
How can I send a fax on Windows Home Premium? I can't locate any software with Windows Vista 64-bit. I searched for a program of Windows Vista and have not found a way to fax. I tried to install several different fax programs but none or compatible. Please let know us if there is a way to send a fax on my machine.
Take a look at the all-in-one documentation. There may be software of fax supplied with it. Also check the HP support for her site.
An all-each can connect directly to a telephone line without going through the computer and the router.
I have a windows vista family software premium 64 bit I want to dasactivete the license to install a new license. my pc is now able to 64-bit in a new pc, I have the windows vista edition dvd Home premium 64-bit with the coa sticker
I want to contact microsoft to plan the new linses to activate the software
There is no way to disable a Windows. Install Vista Home Premium on the NEW PC and try to activate it. If activation fails, activate your Windows by phone. "A programmer is just a tool that converts the caffeine in code" Deputy CLIP - http://www.winvistaside.de/
I'm going to, like upgrade my fron of the installed operating system manufacturer gateway computer, which is Microsoft Windows Vista Home premium, Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate
Life sucks! Get used to it.
my jumps to cursor to the right of the page and will move for me when you play as Bejewelled. Have laptop Toshiba and use Windows Vista Premium Pack 2.
You did recently change?
It is while you use other applications?
I suggest that you update touchpad and display drivers for the cards and check.
1. open Device Manager by clicking the Start button, click on the Control Panel, clicking system and Maintenance, and then clicking Device Manager. If you are prompted for an administrator password or a confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.
2. in Device Manager, locate the touchpad, and then double-click the device name.
3. click Driver tab, then click on set to update driver and follow the instructions.
4. now Locate Display Adapter and then double-click the device name.
5. click Driver tab, then click on set to update driver and follow the instructions.
Now, try to follow the link provided to update a hardware driver that is not working properly and check the question below.
http://Windows.Microsoft.com/en-us/Windows-Vista/update-a-driver-for-hardware-that-isn ' t-work correctly
You can also change the touchpad settings and check.
To do this:
1. click on start
2. click on Control Panel
3. Select mouse and then check the settings
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