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Wednesday January 31, 2007

Workaround For Vista Upgrade Limitation

One of the big complaints about buying the Vista upgrade edition is that most people thought you had to have a clean XP install prior to installing Vista. According to this, that isnít the case. If anyone has tried this successfully, let us know.

I haven't tested this yet, as I don't have Vista Upgrade media to test, but I'm told that Microsoft's internal documentation does explain how to clean install Vista using an Upgrade version. It appears to be more of a workaround than a true clean install, however.

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