Is Your PC Ready for Windows 7?

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    Aleksei Vassiljev

    Dell Inspiron 1520

    Number of issues found: 6 

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    Aleksei Vassiljev

    Dell Inspiron 1520

    Number of issues found: 6 

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    eduardojuan

    I reached a dead end in the Win 7 installation.  I run Vista Home Premium on my HP 64-bit laptop. I want to do a dual boot installation of Windows 7.  I ran the "Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor" and it showed "You can upgrade to 64-bit Windows 7 Home Premium or Ultimate".  I then downloaded  the RC Ultimate ISO, created a DVD for the installation program, and partitioned my drive.  However, when I ran it, the system message indicated I was not able to do the dual install I intended, but that I had to do a clean install. Either the Advisor is not running correctly or the installation S/W is.  I no longer can download the Windows 7 Home Premium RC, which would be the other alternative.
     
    Can someone help me with this? 

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    eduardojuan

    I reached a dead end in the Win 7 installation.  I run Vista Home Premium on my HP 64-bit laptop. I want to do a dual boot installation of Windows 7.  I ran the "Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor" and it showed "You can upgrade to 64-bit Windows 7 Home Premium or Ultimate".  I then downloaded  the RC Ultimate ISO, created a DVD for the installation program, and partitioned my drive.  However, when I ran it, the system message indicated I was not able to do the dual install I intended, but that I had to do a clean install. Either the Advisor is not running correctly or the installation S/W is.  I no longer can download the Windows 7 Home Premium RC, which would be the other alternative.
     
    Can someone help me with this? 

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