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How to install Windows Vista

Post by Doctor Inferno on 27th May 2008, 7:24 am

Windows Vista Installation Screencast - a video installation guide published by Long Zheng on his blog. It shows how to make an installation of Windows Vista on a clean system. All the waiting times have been cut from the video and it shows only the important steps of the installation procedure. This is why the video has a duration of only 2 minutes and 53 seconds.

How to Install Windows Vista - this is another video installation guide, published by PC World Magazine. It features additional commentary and information compared to Long Zheng's screencast.

Install Windows Vista in a dual-boot configuration along with Windows XP - if you want to experiment with Windows Vista until you get comfortable with it, then having a dual-boot configuration might be a great idea. This tutorial published by TechRepublic guides you through all the required steps. This way, you can always reboot your system to Windows XP when you are having trouble with Windows Vista.

How to triple-boot Windows XP, Vista, and Ubuntu - if you would like to try out Linux without having to give up Windows, the Lifehacker staff published the perfect guide for you. In this tutorial they show you how to install Windows Vista and Ubuntu Linux on a system that already has Windows XP installed.

Setting Up Vista Ultimate on a RAID Array - the nice people from Legit Reviews published a complete tutorial showing how to set up and install Windows Vista Ultimate on an Intel Core 2 Duo system using RAID 0. If you have a new system with SATA hard drives, reading this guide will prove to be very useful.

Install Windows Vista from a high speed USB 2.0 Flash Drive - if you have a high speed USB 2.0 flash drive you can use it to speed up your Windows Vista installation. Kurt Shintaku (a Microsoft employee) describes how to copy the installation files on your USB 2.0 flash drive and use it for your Windows Vista installs.

Install Windows XP in a Dual Boot with Pre-installed Windows Vista - most of the dual-boot installation guides that can be found on the internet show you how to install Windows Vista on a system that has Windows XP installed. This one shows you what to do if you have Windows Vista pre-installed on your new computer and you want to create a dual boot with Windows XP.

UPDATE:How to dual boot Vista and XP (with Vista installed first) -- the step-by-step guide - this is another good tutorial describing how to create a dual-boot configuration when you already have Windows Vista installed and you want to have Windows XP as well.

Source Site: Windows Vista for Beginners - Windows Vista tutorials
Source Article: How to install Windows Vista

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Re: How to install Windows Vista

Post by ThunderBluff on 4th July 2008, 11:11 am

LOL triplebooting FTW!


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