Question about Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition
I understand from what you stated that you currently have xp on you system and want to switch to Vista. This is highly not recommended as doing so can cause problems with your sound and video adapters.Also depending on you machine vista is more demanding of resources which can cause problems. There are slightly impractical ways of getting it on there (given your system can handle vista) however you would then have two operating systems. Most people only have the single main one. If this is what you want you will lose absolutely everything on your computer unless backed up. after installation of vista you would then need to restore all files and programs you backed up. If you still want to do it; check the system requirements for vista and make sure your hardware is up to par. if so go to the Microsoft website and check their hardware compatibility list for vista to make sure all hardware parts are supported.
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