Every program related to Vista, isn't working

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Performance' started by Legion, Oct 29, 2009.

  1. Legion

    Legion Guest

    So, I've been trying to install Windows 7. That's when my problem
    started.
    I was trying to upgrade from Vista, at the compatibility report i
    stopped, gave me only an option to close. Blank report.

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    http://img11.imageshack.us/img11/792/cannotupgradewindows7rt.jpg

    So I tried this again and again, but it didn't work. Then my Window
    Media Player stopped working. I downloaded Winamp, but still, I didn'
    like a component of Vista to not work at all. So I searched the net
    googled and found millions of solutions. One was bound to screw my O
    up. And it did. So I learned the hard way, don't tamper with th
    registry, unless you know what are you doing. Yay, I got my WMP working
    but every other Windows program or such, gives me an error:

    [image: http://img21.imageshack.us/img21/6216/98321427.jpg

    It says I don't have enough storage available to perform thi
    operation. Any kind of operation
    So, my audio isn't working, I can't restore my sistem, my interne
    connection says it's down ( of course it isn't, or I couldn't be postin
    here ), I can't sign into Windows Live Messenger, Windows Update isn'
    showing any updates, and if I boot the Vista DVD, it takes forever t
    load Windows files, but if I still try to upgrade to Win7, it says i
    can't read from my disk. Every audio file I want to play in WMP or i
    Winamp, well it just doesn't. I can't install Service Pack 2, or star
    the Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor
    Once I get pissed, I will do a clean install of Win7 ( if I can ), bu
    if there is anyone, that can help me on Vista, please reply. I'm runnin
    out of ideas, and patience

    Thank you
     
    Legion, Oct 29, 2009
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    t-4-2, Oct 29, 2009
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