Re: Windows 7
On Thu, 22 Oct 2009 19:56:19 GMT, "Brinner" <u55655@uwe> wrote:
> Hi Ken I started with Winows Vista Home Premium. The upgrade was to Windows
> 7 Home Premium, I followed the text that came with the disk there were two of
> these one for 32 bit and one for 64 bit which my computer is running on Vista.
> That is 32 bit ...
Sorry, I'm getting lost in those last two sentences. But let me make
it clear that you can *not upgrade from a 32-bit version to a 64-bit
or vice versa. When you do an upgrade, you have to keep the "bitness"
> I did a check to see if my computer was compatable and all is
> o.k. I cannot remember the exact text but it said something like the file was
> missing or corrupt I will try again tomorrow and I will make a note of what
> it said thanks for your interest I hope to here from you again. Bryan
> Ken Blake, MVP wrote:
> >> I have tried to upgrade to Windows 7 but it failed to do so. The reason being
> >> that a file x8007075 is missing can anyone tell me how I can get this file
> >> back.
> >Please answer the following questions:
> >Exactly what edition of what version of Windows did you start with?
> >Exactly what version of Windows 7 did you try to upgrade to?
> >Exactly how did you try to do the upgrade?
> >What was the exact verbatim text of the error message you received?
Ken Blake, Microsoft MVP (Windows Desktop Experience) since 2003
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