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I have a samsung D900i, i am trying to install it onto my computer but the disc that came with it is not for windows vista. what can i do?

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Go to manufacturer website and look for driver for your device that is compatible with vista

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I want to install windows vista on my computer AM5640 and at first accepted, but after the first step tells me to wait and the wait is eternal because computer freezes and never moves. I can help solve the...


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Please let me know how you get on.

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