If you had a Windows xp and upgrade to vista when you reboot it will it be windos xp?
No. Obviously, if you upgrade to Windows Vista, you will have Windows Vista.
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You are planning an upgrade from windows xp to Windows Vista what if your system uses a network card that you don't find listed on the Microsoft Windows Vista list of compatible devices what do you do?
You can check the web site of the NIC manufacturer for a Windos Vista driver, buy a new network card or then do a duel boot for Windows XP and Windows Vista and only use the network when you have Windows XP loaded.
Yes, you can do an upgrade from ANY Windows Vista to ANY Windows 7.
A Windows Vista free upgrade can done directly from the Windows Microsoft website. Follow the on screen instructions and you can upgrade your system for free.
Yes, you can certainly upgrade a Windows Vista or XP to a Windows 7 based on the capability of the computer and software. You would have to install a special Windows software for the upgrade.
It's something called "Windows Anytime Upgrade". To go to Vista Ultimate from Vista Business, it will cost you $139.00 Please make sure you're system is capable of running Vista Ultimate by downloading the "Windows Vista Upgrade Advisor" directly from Microsoft below: http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windows-vista/get/upgrade-advisor.aspx Now, read this page for "Windows Anytime Upgrade" : http://windowshelp.microsoft.com/Windows/en-US/help/37070041-1b90-4433-be0c-ab2855841b981033.mspx Hope this helps.
Windows Vista is on one partition and Windows 7 on the other if you upgrade Windows Vista to Windows Vista ultimate does it delete Windows 7?
No your windows 7 will not deleted
Windows Vista upgrade home premium can be found online for $55 on a few sites. The Business version of Window's Vista upgrade can be found for around $150.
Do you mean upgrade to Windows 7 from Vista? Yes, without a doubt.
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depends on the computer there is a vist upgrade advisor on the Microsoft webpage here is the webpage: http://www.Microsoft.com/windows/windows-vista/get/upgrade-advisor.aspx and that will tell you if your computer is capable of whatever OS of vista you can run
Simply download the files then run the Upgrade Setup.
You should buy an upgrade version of Windows Vista however your computer if running XP is likely not to be powerful enough to run windows vista. You should run Microsoft Windows Vista Upgrade Advisor before upgrading as this will show you any problems your computer may have running Vista.
What does window 7 incorporates which enables you to migrate files and settings from windows vista system to a windows 7 system via a network connection?
If a computer is running Windows Vista, it meets the system requirements for Windows 7. One can upgrade from Windows Vista to Windows 7 easily. Microsoft has prepared a webpage named as "Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor" for more information about the upgrade.
When you put the Vista Install CD in, it will offer an upgrade option; however, Vista is outdated. You should upgrade to Windows 7 if you can purchase it. Just like Vista, it is the same process. Put the Windows Install CD in, it will offer an upgrade option, and you will be able to upgrade your Windows. Most users, however, discourage performing an upgrade installation and encourage a clean install. A clean install ensures… Read More
The real question is can you hardware handle an upgrade. I would check the Vista hardware requirements and make sure your PC is up to the challenge.
Windows 7 systems requirements is where you would look. During Windows 7 one would use the Upgrade option and install an edition of Windows Vista to Windows 7. Windows Update in Control Panel will open and install Windows Vista if you already have automatic update turned on.
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What must be installed in Windows Vista before you can perform an in-place upgrade from vista to windows?
All service packs
Windows 7 Ultimate Well actually im taking windows 7 course and I believe the correct answer is "Windows Vista Business" is the only in-place upgrade to Windows 7 Pro...Now you can upgrade ANY version of Vista to Windows 7 Ultimate with in an in-place upgrade setting.
first you need to buy the windows 7 upgrade, which is about 300 or so dollars. then, you open it. it has instructions on how to install from there. To find windows 7, search "Windows 7 upgrade" on Google.
You cannot upgrade from XP directly to Windows 7. You must upgrade to Vista first, or perform a new installation.
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You can upgrade to from older versions of Windows to the latest like XP to Vista but installed programs will probably be removed and need to be reinstalled, and you need to be careful about the stored information on your computer. P.S. Windows 7 is newer and thus recommended instead of Vista in case you already did not know.
any program that runs on vista will run on windows 7. I did the upgrade and had no problems with compatability.
Ceratinly. You would need to buy the Win7 upgrade and away you go.
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No. Upgrades are only supported from Windows XP. You would need to do a clean install to upgrade from 98, ME, or 2000.
Yes, it can be. But you will have pay for the upgrade.
Assuming it meets the system requirements, yes.
you dont, you upgrade to windows 7, or re-instal xp...
Yes, you can upgrade Windows Xp to Windows 7.
the windows anytime upgrade tool
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Windows Vista was technically the replacement for Windows Xp. However, it was so unpopular that many users simply waited for the release of Windows 7 to upgrade.
You are planning an upgrade from windows xp to Windows Vista your system uses a network card that you don't find listed on the Microsoft Windows Vista list of compatible devices what do you do next?
Check the website of the NIC manufacturer for a Windows Vista Driver
Yes you can. All the info you need to upgrade can be found on the Windows upgrade site (see attached link).
All the platforms of Vista are on the DVD (or 5 CD's). You have to have the Home Premium serial to unlock the features. Why do that though when an Ultimate serial would do so much nicer. :)
Not directly. You would need to format the hard drive and install Vista from scratch. Note that the very best computers that shipped with Windows 98 SE, Windows 2000, or Windows ME are scraping the very bottom of Vista's minimum system requirements. It may not be a very cost effective upgrade to install Windows Vista on such an old computer.
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The reason could possibly be that Windows Vista was an upgrade, and had an upgraded firewall. Windows Vista also had Windows Defender installed by default, however, XP required a download for it. Windows Vista also patched several common exploits in Windows XP which were being used in viruses.
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You want to upgrade from Windows Vista to Windows 7 using the Windows 7 home premium Upgrade from Vista on my PC will it delete everything on my PC and just change the operating system?
If you upgrade the system through the windows 7 installation menu, it's supposed to keep everything. If you do a fresh install, all your data on the system disk will be lost.
So long as you are upgrading a 32-Bit version of Windows Vista to a 32-Bit version of Windows 7 and likewise for 64-Bit versions of those operating systems. Otherwise, you cannot upgrade and will have to do a clean installation of Windows 7.
Yes, you will need to buy an upgrade copy of Ultimate Edition to do so, or use Windows Anytime Upgrade available from the Microsoft website. Contact Microsoft if you need to know whether you can use upgrade in-place as you will be able to keep all of your files and folders this way.
You can not put Windows Vista on your PSP system. However, you can download programs such as PSPWXP which is a series of web pages made to look like the Vista operating system. If you would like to know more about this program, please visit: http://www.sizzledcore.com/2008/05/15/how-to-install-windows-vista-on-psp/
To make sure that all hardware or software installed on the system is compatible with windows vista use the?
Vista Upgrade Advisor
No because, the clean install is necessary because Windows XP Professional has features that are not offered by Windows Vista Home Premium.
the speed and the memory it can store. also by how good the model is and if the upgrade is vista windows or lower upgrade.