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Perform a clean installation of Windows Vista

A couple of weeks ago I released an article entitled ,"9 Suggestions To help keep Windows XP Running Smooth".

After that I published a lengthy (by necessity) write-up covering, "Upgrading To Microsoft Windows Vista Tips". I have given that received quite a few e-mail requests for pointers on clean Vista installs so I have compiled those conversations and am disseminating them for wider use. This may be much shorter and less difficult.

There are no secrets right here. Everything I cover is published within the windows help files or scattered across the Microsoft website. Possibly it is compiled inside a somewhat a lot more usable form right here. A minimum of it is going to maintain you from having to do the searches, from sifting out the chaff, and from sorting the usable data.

Don't let it scare you off. Just know there are often major changes in what a computer will have and what Vista requires.

Another warning to run the windows Vista Upgrade Advisor before doing anything else is in order. It truly is located at http://www.microsoft.com/windows/products/windowsvista/buyorupgrade/upgradeadvisor.mspx

First, Please understand that this information pertains to a clean install....It's going to Windows XP Key not work for an upgrade!

If you need upgrade assist please refer to my write-up on upgrading to Vista at http://remotehelpdesk1.com/articles.htm

Second, APPLIES TO THE FOLLOWING VISTA EDITIONS (YOU WILL FIND VERSION COMPARISONS AT http://www.microsoft.com/windows/products/windowsvista/editions/choose.mspx )

Windows Vista Home Basic
Windows Vista Home Premium
Windows Vista Ultimate
Windows Vista Business
Windows Vista Enterprise
Windows Vista Starter

Warning:
In a clean installation, existing data is removed - that includes documents, pictures, movies, music, downloads, etc. This information includes personal information and settings. Please back up or make copies of any and all information you wish to help keep to another hard drive or computer before proceeding any further.

After you install the Vista operating system, you must also reinstall all programs and restore any information you moved in the previous step. Again!!...Make sure that you back up your personal and business information before you perform a clean installation.

To perform a clean installation of Windows Vista, use one particular of the following methods only after (I can't say it enough) operating the upgrade advisor, it is actually located at http://www.microsoft.com/windows/products/windowsvista/buyorupgrade/upgradeadvisor.mspx

Most people don't read the fine print: You will find 23 (count them 23) warnings and exceptions hid behind this little ditty (Some product features are only available in certain editions of Windows Vista and may require advanced or additional hardware) hid at the end of Microsoft's 100 Reasons why you should upgrade to Vista.

RUN THE UPGRADE ADVISOR FIRST !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
O.K....Cleared that hurdle?
Lets get started:

Method 1:

Run the Setup program after you start the computer by using the current operating system

1. Start the computer by using the current operating system.

2. Insert the Windows Vista DVD in the computer's DVD drive.

3. Use a single of the following procedures, as appropriate:

If Windows automatically detects the DVD, the Install now screen appears. Click Install now.

If Windows does not automatically detect the DVD, follow these steps:
a. Click Start, click Run, type Drive:\setup.exe, and then click OK.

Note Drive is the drive letter of the computer's DVD drive.

b. Click Install now.
4. When you reach the Which type of installation do you want? screen, click Custom (advanced), and then follow the instructions that are displayed on the screen to install Windows Vista.

Method 2:

Run the Setup program soon after you start the computer by using the Windows Vista DVD

1. Start the computer by using the Windows Vista DVD. To do this, insert the Windows Vista DVD in the computer's DVD drive, and then restart the computer.

Note To start the computer from the Windows Vista DVD, the computer must be configured to start from the DVD drive.
For much more information about how to configure the computer to start from the DVD drive, see the documentation that is included with the computer, or contact the computer manufacturer.

2. When the "Press any key to boot from CD" message is displayed on the screen, press a key.

3. Follow the instructions that are displayed on the screen to install Windows Vista.
 

 


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