> I'm upgrading from XP SP2 to Vista Home Premium. I tried running the
> Advisor tool but that seems to scan on an endless loop for me, so I bypassed
> that step. So I try installing from XP and I get to the screen that asks for
> my license code, after filling it out it takes me to the license agreement,
> on that page (takes about 5 sec) the entire system crashes and auto reboots!!
> Am I the only one this is happening to? Help please!
Why would you have expected to have been able to successfully upgrade
to Vista, if your computer couldn't pass the very liberal Upgrade
Adviser? If the Advisor couldn't run, it seems pretty clear that the
computer, for whatever reason (after all, you've carefully declined to
provide any specific information about your computer), why would have
even tried the upgrade? Do you like deliberately setting yourself up
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