right click on the partition that has your data and choose properties
click on "tools" tab
there are three options
the first one is...
make sure you ave the latest service pack and that you got the right version of IE 8 (Vista 32/64)
the BSOD no. 124 happens because of many things
here's what to do when you get BSOD 124
Stop 0x124 - what it means and what to try - Windows 7...
NTFS is not as fast as EXT
MS is testing REFS to be the successor of the good old NTFS that never got updated since 2006
but in the end the...
have you tried the standalone installer?
all the editions are there
in the installation process you skip the product key and it will take you to all the vista editions there but you need...
there are 3rd party apps to do that
MS said that multiple desktops will be included in Windows 9
I had the same problem when I was on Windows 7 with flash player and other software
it was solved by reinstalling Windows
do you have Windows Vista Installation Disc or factory restore partition on your laptop?
the DVD is damaged or the INSTALL.WIM is corrupted
make sure that the DVD readable layer is clean and scratch-less
it should be recognizable without any patchs, can you give me the link to those instructions?
yes it should work
update using the standalone installer, it's chances in failure are less
you need a partition with NTFS format and 20GB empty space
for the XP applications you can run them in compatibility mode or install it on Virtual...
I would recommend you to upgrade Ram to 2 or 3 GB to get better performance
instead of using WU you can download it manually from MS website
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