windows 7 upgrade issue

  filthyphil 15:20 17 Mar 10

when i try to upgrade vista to W7 after checking compatibility it says i done have enough memory on hdd? i currently have 17.9 Gb free yet still keep getting the same issue.
can someone point me in the right direction please
many thanks

  User-1229748 16:23 17 Mar 10

what are your complete system specs?

  chub_tor 17:47 17 Mar 10

Microsoft tip click here

Typically Windows 7 needs 16Gb space and during the upgrade it will need space for temporary files. 17.9Gb is cutting it fine and you need to free up some space.

Some Google answers to your question click here=

  Technocrate 08:52 13 Apr 10

This problem occurs when the virtual memory paging file is reduced below the recommended size. Windows upgrade requires that the page file be the recommended size, and it requires that sufficient space be available on the drive to accommodate a default sized page file. By default, Windows stores the paging file on the system volume. Therefore, there is insufficient free space on the system volume when you try to upgrade to Windows 7

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