Home Premiun License will not allow upgrade from XP PRO SR2

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Installation' started by Henry Sherwood, May 2, 2007.

  1. Have Ultimate installed and satisfactorly working. Purchases an additional
    License from Microsofts Vista license site(Maxium the site allowed was the
    Home Premium. it refuses to allow an upgrade install from XP PRO SR 2 and I
    fins d it rediculious to have to do a "custom install" and have to reinstall
    10 GIG of programs,.
    Anyone with any suggestions besides I am out of luck.
     
    Henry Sherwood, May 2, 2007
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  2. Richard Urban, May 2, 2007
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  3. Why's it "ridiculous?" Could you upgrade Win2K *Professional* to
    WinXP *Home*? Of course not! Transitioning from a
    *business/professional* version of an OS to a *home* consumer version
    has always been a downgrade, and I don't know of any operating system
    that supports downgrades. Do you?


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    Bruce Chambers, May 2, 2007
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  4. Well I should have looked closewr and did not, so it is my problem, but
    Microsoft was kind enough to give me a refund. Hoerver the cost for an
    additional Ultimate license which is available is $359.
    OH WELL to much for the moment.

    Thank You to Mr. Urban for his response.
     
    Henry Sherwood, May 2, 2007
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  5. Henry Sherwood

    mirdragon Guest

    only $359 that's not bad price

    have you seen the prices in the uk, that figure of $359 is translated into
    £359 and not at the actually exchange rate, that's why in the uk it's not
    doing as well as ms thought it would

    and who would pay that in the uk, especially as preimum is £200
     
    mirdragon, May 3, 2007
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