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you can't the system resources on the xp pc required to run xp are a lot less than what is needed to run windows vista.
how much ram and how much disk space !
it says 512 Mb ram but it will run like a snail
15 Gig of free hard disk space and a 20 Gig hard drive https://support.microsoft.com/en-au/kb/919183
DO you have an upgrade copy of Vista ?
It's my best understanding that it is not compatible with Vista. Were I you, I'd do a search something like "compare Calendar Creator 12 to" and review some of the programs that would pop up to see if any of them look like a possible solution. Also, you might want to make sure they'll run on Windows 7 toward the chance of a later upgrade on your part.
It might be of interest for you to know that W7 Professional or Ultimate Editions come with the opportunity to download (free) their XP Compatibility Mode software which will allow you to run any XP program that is not scheduled to be formatted for Vista or 7.
Yes that happens and you need to install the driver for it but make sure that you have Vista upgrades
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you can upgrade from Windows XP to Windows Vista(ultimate, premium, home, business.......), you have to buy a Windows Vista CD and install a fresh copy or format.
Some Minimum Requirements:
i) Min 2GB RAM or atleast 1GB RAM(if you have>1GB RAM installation of Windows Vista will not continue)
II) External Graphic Card. for some versions of Windows Vista(to run Aero Interface, special feature only in some versions of Windows Vista)
"Windows Vista Upgrade Advisor" is a software from Microsoft which you can download from internet, this can help you determine which features and edition of Windows Vista will run on your computer.
i.e., when u load this software on windows xp it will suggest which upgrade version of windows vista will suit your system(based on you system configuration. or hardware components.) and then you can install the upgraded version of windows xp(mostly windows vista home,.........)
Windows Vista upgrade software is available for purchase & immediate download at the microsoft website. It is also available at Wal-mart and other retailers. There is no free upgrade available. Hope this helps.
Dear, Flash Disks have different drivers, according to manufacturers. VISTA has many know driver ansd compatibility headaches. The best thing is: Find the brans name of your USB manufacturer. Find their site. Look for drivers for VISTA there or write their tech support for a driver.
This error is something to do with the "Product Key" I think I have Googled this error and this is what shows up the most? I googled ... vista install error code 0x800705AA .... so perhaps ya can follow up in this vien... Good Luck
Hi, Unfortunately Microsoft has blundered and not told anyone. Most older programs will not run in VISTA. I hope you burnt your download to a CD, you could use it at a later date when Microsoft finaly put VISTA right. At this time you only have two choices. Buy all new software that is VISTA compatable or go back to the good old faithful XP.