Re: Windows Vista Ultimate Upgrade 32 / 64 edition... 32 bit missing?
"Salomon Orangge" wrote
> Is it normal that the Windows Vista Ultimate Upgrade 32 / 64 edition
> (labelled on the box) should only have 64 bit disks? Both discs are
> as "anytime upgrade" with another label as saying "64 bit edition only".
> of the discs is labelled as an "Upgrade Disc".
> I am currently running Windows XP Pro 32 bit edition, and if I try to
> install this from windows, it errors out and tells me that only a clean
> installation is possible. When the computer is rebooted from the Vista
> the installation process commences, then errors out after 14% saying that
> there are drivers missing so the installation is terminating.
> I figured this was errors on the discs, so I brought them back to the
> and exchanged them, but upon opening the box I was greeted with the same
> exact discs. NO 32 bit edition even though the box is blatantly labelled
> contain it.
I thought the Vista Ultimate retail upgrade came with both x86 and x64 DVDs
and one product key.
Rock [MS-MVP User/Shell]