Upgrade from Windows Vista Home Basic to Windows Vista Home Premiu

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by Bert, Jan 1, 2008.

  1. Bert

    Bert Guest

    I've just purchased a retail upgrade of Windows Vista Home Premium to upgrade
    from Windows Vista Home Basic. During installation I get the error message:
    Compatibility Report Potential issues were detected with installed
    applications/devices. Storage controllers: SCSI/RAID Host Controllers.
    Windows could not configure one or more system components. To install Windows
    restart the computer and then restart the installation. What the heck it
    going on here!?!? I've tried twice to install Windows Vista Home Premium with
    no luck?? The first four stages: Copying Windows files, Gathering files,
    Expanding files, and Installing features and updates all work fine but when
    it comes to the final stage:Completing upgrade the installation does'nt
    complete itself?? I own a emachine comp. (H5088)with a 32 bit Pentium 4
    processor 3.20 Ghz ,1GB of ram memory, a ATI Radeon HD 2600 Pro graphics card
    with 512MB of ram memory and 111.28 GB of free space on my hard drive. What
    is the cause of this and how do I fix this to install Windows Vista Home
    Premium??
     
    Bert, Jan 1, 2008
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  2. Bert

    dgmacmi Guest

    The compatibilty message is telling you that your Host Controller drivers
    are not compatible with Vista and that the Vista CD does not have compatible
    replacement drivers. Check with the manufacturer of the SCSI/RAID Host
    Controller or your computer OEM for Vista compatible drivers.

    Don
     
    dgmacmi, Jan 1, 2008
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