Give up Josh; it doesn't matter who's to blame - the world is obviously not quite ready for Vista yet
My dad told me never to buy a mark I version of anything. Should have listened.
Lol first of all I have nothing to give up. I am stating facts not opinions. If you cant see those facts then there is no point discussing them further.
Secondly for a world that is not ready for vista, they are selling pretty damn well.
My company has so far sold 37 computers with vista installed. Not 1 has returned with a problem. This is because I did my homework and made sure everything in the computers, including the software, is Vista ready.
It's not our fault that you canâ€™t get your computers running properly, nor is it Vistas fault. However it IS Vistas fault that the upgrade bit doesn't work the way we think it should. They should be more clear on how their upgrade system works.
On that note, one problem I have found is in the upgrading. It just doesn't work the way we think "upgrading" should. You can only seem to upgrade from 1 version of Vista to another smoothly if at all. The old upgrading from 98/2000 to XP method where all your programs and files are left intact does not seem to apply.
(WARNING MY OPINION AHEAD
) This could be because currently, the Vista "upgrade" system may only be for licensing and therefore pricing purposes. If you have XP, you pay less for a vista "upgrade" version compared to a full version and it will ask you at some stage to prove that you have a previous version of XP. This is what they may mean by "upgrade" We all just assume that Vistas "upgrade" method will be the same as previous OSs. Now weather this is due to a problem or whether they planned it this way, who knows.
Finally colinJohn, who are you to tell me to give up anything. You can't seem to rebut my points so you just tell me to give up? hehe B4 you tell ME
to give up, might I point out that you purchased Vista but you couldn't get it to work properly?.... I've done it 40 times.