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If you have a full version of Windows Vista Ultimate, you can just insert the DVD when you logged in your laptop and go to Computer(My Computer) and lauch the installer for Windows on DVD icon (Double Click DVD icon). It will give you the main window for installing Windows and along the way, you should find an Upgrade option. Click that one and it will install windows Ultimate on your system. It Will not format the laptop but installer will just add system files and features to the laptop to run Vista Ultimate.
**If you haven't purhcase a Windows Vista Ultimate Disc, check this link to to purchase just an upgrade Disc (only) of Vista Ultimate.
you shouldn't have installed vista service pack 1
its a known issue with vista service pack 1
if u had vista before and u updated it to sp1...i would suggest you to either do a system restore and uninstall sp1
or install XP back
Make sure you have the most recent version of the software which will disable the Vista battery options and allow our software to properly communicate with the battery backup.
You can download the most recent version of the software from our website at http://www.cyberpowersystems.com/software/PPPE_V_1.2.2_Setup.exe
Please make sure to uninstall your old version before installing the new version.
If you have any questions, you could contact CyberPower Systems Technical Support at 877-297-6937, M-F, 8-5 Central, or email at [email protected].