Part 1: Beginning with Windows Vista.

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Part 1: Getting Started with Windows Vista

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Windows Vista Editions Windows Vista Starter Not accessible in created innovation markets, for example, the US, European Union, Japan, and Australia. Windows Vista Home Basic Windows Vista Home Premium Windows Vista Business Windows Vista Enterprise Only accessible with Software Assurance or a Microsoft Enterprise Agreement Windows Vista Ultimate

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Hardware Requirements Windows Vista Capable PC 800 MHz processor 512 MB memory 20 GB hard drive; 15 GB free DirectX 9 video card equipped for 800 x 600 determination WDDM driver support prescribed CD or DVD drive

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Hardware Requirements Windows Vista Premium Ready PC 1 GHz processor 1 GB memory 40 GB hard drive; 15 GB free DirectX 9 video card WDDM driver Pixel Shader 2.0 32 bits for every pixel memory subject to determination CD or DVD drive

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Hardware Compatibility List (HCL) List of PCs and fringe equipment that have been tried with Windows Vista Located at not on the HCL may work with Windows Vista, yet Microsoft Support won\'t not help you bolster your framework.

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Clean Install or Upgrade? Can buy redesign duplicate for Windows 2000 Professional and Windows XP Can perform set up overhaul for Windows XP as it were! Must perform clean introduce with Windows 2000 Professional Must buy full form for all other working frameworks

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In-Place Upgrade Options

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Migrating Files and Settings Windows Easy Transfer Migrates documents and settings from Windows XP SP2 Migrates just records from Windows 2000 SP4 User State Migration Tool Used to move vast quantities of clients over computerized organizations

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Other Installation Options Disk Space Partitioning Windows Update and Security Settings Language and Locale

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Installation Process Three primary strides: Collecting Information Installing/Upgrading Windows Set Up Windows

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Troubleshooting Installation Four key investigating regions: Identifying Common Installation Problems Installing Nonsupported Hard Drives Dealing with Incompatible Software Applications Troubleshooting with Installation Log Files

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Dual-Boot and Multi-Boot Considerations Install more seasoned working frameworks before introducing more up to date working frameworks Install each working framework on a different parcel Basic versus Dynamic Disks NTFS/FAT32/FAT16 Disk Compression Encryption Boot.ini no more accessible in Vista Replaced with BCDEdit

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Post-Installation Procedures Windows Activation 30-day elegance period Windows Update Critical Updates Service Packs Drivers Windows Ultimate Extras

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