Re: A warning to upgraders
> "AJ" <AJ@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > So if I install Vista and everything goes wrong and I encounter a lot of
> > problems, I shouldn't have any problem AT ALL popping in my Recovery CD
> > and
> > installing XP again?
> Yes you should be able to boot from the XP CD and reinstall XP over the top.
> However this will not restore all your user files. If you have important
> files you wish to keep, then back them up to another media.
If you have the right drivers for your pc, and you do a regular clean up
with CCleaner and manualy too, plus a good defrag wont hurt, a scandisk every
week will be good too. We could put all on Microsoft in the other way the
sale guy or the tech did he really done a good job, dont think so, they never
do a 100% work.
A solution in case, when you install vista with all the drivers, he is too
big Vista for no reason that for sure anyway.... Have Norton Ghost version
10, plug a second drive then do a copy and paste it with NGhost to the second
hard drive in case you have a problem just ghost it back all will come back
as the first time or install all with the game , applications and then do the
Ghosting. if your system is fast that should take you 2 hours or less.
I invite you to have windows 7, or go tested he is much better and much
faster, how microsoft took off the bold graphic off and he inserted mac and
linux technology same time.
xp is not that stable as they say, depend on vista version again, the
ultimate version is to have it, beware will not accept 16bits only 32 bit
software. one thing Vista ultimate is more stable with AMD duo or quad. why
not intel well intel they use an application hidden to overclock their own
cpu. its a shame what can we do.