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xp to vista


Lozza24

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will my system house vista... got xp home..

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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As you haven't told us what your system comprises of we might struggle to advise you.

So try the vista update advisor click here

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wiz-king

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Why Vista? It is/was on of the more unstable OS's that Microsoft produced.

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KremmenUK

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I agree, bypass Vista and go straight to Win7, far more stable and reliable.

Plus it has a longer shelf life.

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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\windows & update advisor tool click here

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Woolwell

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wiz-king I don't find Vista unstable. Have you ever used Windows ME? It is a bit of resource hog though and requires RAM. Agree that the move to W7 is probably best.

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