vista genral question and ultimate question

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by pedro g, Feb 9, 2007.

  1. pedro g

    pedro g Guest

    so, i have vista ultimate installed in my computer, i have a 4.7 rating..
    it's beautiful, has made my computer faster and give it a better sound. but
    after installing i received a new 150gb hdd raptor x and i installed it, but
    how can i make it this my boot driver since its faster, can i tranfers vista
    to this hard drive and clean C:. also i'm soon getting one 500gb hdd for all
    my music and videos, how can i make the drive the one that carries my music,
    my picture so that i can see it on media center in my tv?, i see that it inly
    reads my c: drive right now, will it be able to read this new drive?

    and another thing, i feel like there is no difference between my 250 dollar
    ultimate and the 150 dollar home premium?... where are the background and
    extra stuff? .. how long will we wait... can someone give me something to be
    happy about of why i paid $$100 more ??
     
    pedro g, Feb 9, 2007
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  2. pedro g

    ChrisM Guest

    In message ,
    Ultimate has most of the 'Vista Business' functionality. If you have a
    standard home setup, especially if you only have a single computer, not sure
    if there is much extra in Ultimate that'll be of much use to you... :-(
     
    ChrisM, Feb 9, 2007
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  3. pedro g

    pedro g Guest

    so i have a 2 other computer around the house, and i tried to set a network
    and it still doesnt work for me, but that i think i'm at fault, because even
    when xp, i couldnt put them togethe, so that files would be easy to acces
    from any comouter.. i need to find a way to learn how to do this too. the
    other computers are working on xp. i'll try again, but i need to know how to
    change my boot drive transfer vista to the new raptor hdd.. thanks for your
    answer
     
    pedro g, Feb 9, 2007
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  4. pedro g

    Rock Guest

    Use drive imaging software such as Acronis True Image 10 to clone the old
    drive to the new, then remove the old drive, boot with the new, and when
    things are running ok, then you can reconnect the old drive as a slave
    drive.

    Check windows update for ultimate extras. There are two out so far. See
    this link for the features that are in each version. You can see what you
    got in Ultimate that didn't come in VHP.

    http://support.teloep.org/vistaver.htm

    As to giving you something to make you happy - not a chance.
     
    Rock, Feb 9, 2007
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  5. pedro g

    Mimble Guest

    Wait it gets better .. Did you read the agreement that your just renting
    Vista? and that you must pay $100/ year to keep using it? surprise!! That
    right. Vista gone greedy. and support? you have to pay for.. humm.. is it
    worth it?
     
    Mimble, Feb 9, 2007
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  6. pedro g

    Sharon F Guest

    That's just wrong.
     
    Sharon F, Feb 9, 2007
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  7. pedro g

    Spanky McFly Guest

    Mimble,

    You must be on drugs or are heavily mentally retarted. You don't rent
    Vista, you buy Vista. If you don't understand the concept, I am sure
    someone will help you. Yes, Vista will probably around for four or five
    years before a replacement will appear, but you are licensing the product
    and not paying rent.

    Did you Mommie drop you on your head?
     
    Spanky McFly, Feb 10, 2007
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  8. pedro g

    Dale Guest

    You're mistaken. You don't buy Vista; you buy a license to use Vista.
    While it is not term-limited, you still don't own it. So, you rent it.

    Dale
     
    Dale, Feb 10, 2007
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