Windows Vista Upgrade for Vaio?
I'd like to install a vista for my laptop. I recently downloaded the vista advisr and ive learned that there were so many pre-installed programs/hardwares that I needed to un-install before I download the vista. Question: Will I still be able to upgrade the un-installed programs that I removed when my vista has been downloaded already? Is this safe for my laptop? Experts...please advise. Many Thanks and God Bless!!
- MARKLv 51 decade agoFavorite Answer
Don't un-install anything.Vista will do it automatically and tell which programs are not compatible.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
the chances are very unlikely, for those program were probably told to be uninstalled because they won't work on windows Vista. They will probably become quite useless, unless you go and buy a newer version of that software that supports Windows Vista, if there are any available. Also, i wouldn't recommend you to get windows down on your laptop now, since it's still very new and there are still a lot of bugs and errors, and this may have a chance of damaging your data or can become quite annoying. You should wait a while until most of the bugs have been fixed, it will run more smoothly.
- KenLv 41 decade ago
Amanda, I got Vista as an operating system on my Vaio and I'm not too happy about it. It is not fast at all. I'm still using my basic office applications and playing one PC game and surfing the internet. That's all I do. I do more on my XP machine and eventhough it is a slower PC, it can run my game Ghost Recon 3 but not on this laptop, eventhough I spent three times more money on it. Boo hoo.
- tangemanLv 44 years ago
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- sεαηLv 71 decade ago
check it out & let me know
yup ^ link is for usa site
i will need link to your laptop, to comment
>> u will appreciate that !
ok, here is your support page
link ^ is uk site
seems pretty exhaustive
yet, i will sure hesitate as the vaio's are notorious in that they use the maximum of proprietary stuff
plus, i do not see any benefits besides sporting new looks
** be fore-warned, it will sure slowdown your operations
vista is a huge resource hog, so unless u upgrade ram or something, your applications will take longer to respond
despite the fact that you have 1 gb ram with 128 mb dedicated graphics
just my comments, now your decision !
i do not even know, if u can revert back to win xp, should you ever decide upon, or need to
do you have the restore disks ?
- 1 decade ago
Vista should prompt you it is about to configure and adjust your computer files in order for you to use Vista. Allow it to do so. Yes, you can trust Vista.Source(s): Dell's Windows Basic Inspiron...