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VISTA UPGRADE FAILURE

TRYING TO INSTALL VISTA ON MACH SPEED MB P4M800 AND I KEEP ENDING UP WITH MESSAGE "WINDOWS CANNOT CONFIGURE VISTA TO RUN ON THIS COMPUTER. PLEASE ADVISE. THANKS, JIM

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Hi ZJIM, download & run windows vista adviser fro microsoft.
This program will check your system & even your printer if its connected & turned on. After its runs the testing it will advise you what will & will not run with vista. It will also show you where to get updates for your system so you can run vista.
http://search.microsoft.com/results.aspx?mkt=en-US&setlang=en-US&q=vista+adviser

Good Luck!
Mike

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