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Hi I Was Really Interested In Vista

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#1 singh1286


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Posted 06 February 2006 - 09:18 AM

hi i was iinterested in the windows vista but have a couple of question i want the beta version and was woindering if anything in the hard drive goes when upgrading like music , software etc or do the the files remain there after the upgrade

please help me thanks

p.s is anyone having any problems with this beta version ??

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#2 Binny


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Posted 10 February 2006 - 09:08 PM

Its Beta, of course there are problems, Vista will crash for no reason occasionally and you will not be able to run alot of games or programs you could on Xp, that being said I would not advise you install it as your main operating system. I would advise that you install it onto a secendary harddrive or better yet a secendary computer to use it and wait untill the retail release in July to use it as your primary, if then.

#3 WindowsVista1994


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Posted 15 February 2006 - 04:04 AM

if i wanted to install it could i partition my hard drive?

if i do that when i start up my computer how would i choose what OS to boot?

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