Re: Vista Upgrade or full version?
If you already have XP SP2 Activated and Genuine on your PC you can buy a
You did not say if you have XP Home, XP MCE, or XP PRO. So make sure you
know the upgrade paths of Vista.
This is from MS.
Start the installation from a compliant version of Windows, such as Windows
Vista, Microsoft Windows XP, or Microsoft Windows 2000. After you have
started the installation, you can select Custom at the installation choice
screen to perform a clean installation.
"Tim" <Tim@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> Quick Question. So if I want to do a "clean install", overwriting my
> xp, I should buy the full version, correct?