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Tips To Install Vista Operating System

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When you try to upgrade your existing computer from Windows XP to Windows Vista or when you perform a clean install on a new system, then the process of installing Windows Vista is pretty straightforward.

 

It will definitely perform a clean install which means any files that are on your machine, as part of a previous operating system, will be removed. This also means that you should take a backup of each and every data that you wish to keep before performing a clean install in Windows Vista.

BEFORE INSTALLING

Always remember that before you install any operating system on your Windows Vista computer, it is extremely important to make sure that your system is compatible with the type of OS that you are installing. But make sure that your hard drive, RAM memory, and processor speed are at least the minimum required for the OS to work properly. You can accomplish this if you are using Window's Vista by visiting Microsoft's website or consulting the documentation that came with your CD or DVD copy of your Windows Vista.

PRE-INSTALL

If you want to upgrade from those previous versions of Windows, you can simply insert your Windows Vista disk into your computers drive. After this the process will start by itsself after a moment or two however if the program fails to launch by its self you can force it to begin by going to START>RUN option and then type in your drive letter followed by: \setup.exe and then press OK.

This step will definitely start the process and you should see a screen that gives you the option to install. Just go ahead and click ok to start the install.

 

INSTALLING WINDOW'S

Now you just have to install again if you are performing an upgrade you should be able to select upgrade when the “Which type of install would you like to perform?” screen appears and Window's will upgrade to the Windows Vista version. For this you can follow the directions outlined by the documentation that accompanied your CD or DVD copy of Windows Vista. If you want to perform a clean installation on a computer which has an earlier version of Window's, you can start the setup portion as it was outlined above with the only difference being that when the Which type of installation would you like to perform screen appears, you have to chose Custom (advanced) and then follow the instructions outlined by the documentation.

FINALLY

If your Windows Vista is working properly after the installation then you have to complete the process correctly. If you experience any difficulty with the installation you can always go to the troubleshooting section and try to solve the problem.

Therefore by following these steps you can easily install Windows Vista operating system. Always remember that when you try to upgrade your existing computer from Windows XP to Windows VistaFeature Articles, you will find that Windows Vista is pretty easier. With these few steps just help yourself and your PC. 

 

 

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