Windows 2000 Professional SP4
Windows XP Professional 32-bit
Windows Vista Home Basic
Windows XP Professional 64-bit
A computer that has a 100-megabit network interface card
A computer that has a 1000-megabit network interface card
A computer that has a 900 MHz Pentium III processor
A computer that has 384 MB of RAM
3.0 GHz Pentium IV
700 MHz Pentium III
1 GHz Pentium III
500 MHz Pentium III
Boot your computer using the Windows Vista DVD, then choose to install Windows Vista Ultimate
Insert the Windows Vista DVD and upgrade your installation to Windows Vista Ultimate
Boot your computer using the Windows Vista DVD, then choose to upgrade Installation.
You cannot change the installation because you have already installed the Windows Vista Home Premium without doing a clean install.
On the Help Protect Windows Automatically page, click Use Recommended Settings.
On the Help Protect Windows Automatically screen, click Ask Me Later.
Configure the computer’s current location as Work.
Configure the computer’s current location as Public Location.
Roll back the driver software for the RAID array.
Install the appropriate driver software for the RAID array.
Configure BIOS to boot off the DVD-ROM drive.
Configure BIOS to boot off the RAID array.
Purchase a second hard disk drive.
Use disk partitioning software to create a new partition.
Upgrade Windows XP to Windows Vista.
Delete the partition containing Windows XP, and install Windows Vista.
Check Automatically For Drivers Each Time A Device Is Connected
Ask The User Whether To Perform The Check When A New Device Is Connected
Let Windows Update Manage Drivers.
Never Check Windows Update For New Drivers
Updater Driver via Vendor Site
Network and Sharing Center
Detach then Detach hardware to let Windows Vista detect the hardware and install the drivers automatically.
Simply uninstall the driver.
Run Windows Update to obtain a better device driver update
Roll back the device driver
Roll back using System Restore
Configure Device Manager.
Configure User Account Control.
Configure Startup and Recovery.
Configure Windows Update Driver Settings.