Windows Vista Upgrade Has Been Disabled -Upgrade Compliance Check

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Installation' started by SB, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. SB

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    Windows Vista Upgrade Has Been Disabled -Upgrade Compliance Check Cannot Be Run
    I am trying to upgrade from Windows Vista Beta 2 to Windows Vista July CTP.
    The upgrade option used to work. The compliance report said to uninstall
    Norton Products 2003 - 2006. I did that with the Norton Products Removal
    Tool. Now the upgrade option for Windows Vista Setup is disabled. It says
    the compliance Check cannot be run. Please help anyone. I need to upgrade
    SB, Jul 28, 2006
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  2. If you are upgrading do you have enough free disk space? The last time i
    upgraded i encountered a smiliar situation until i realised that there was
    not enough free disk space available on the partition for vista to upgrade.
    At the time, i was using a 10GB test partition for Vista (only the operating
    system, not any other software) Increasing the partition size to 20GB solved
    the problem for me.

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  3. SB

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    No I have 23GB free, It is my main laptop computer. I know I shouldn't have
    upgraded my one of my main computers to Vista, but it ran great on my test
    SB, Jul 28, 2006
  4. The Upgrade option now give an explicit message about the disk space needed
    when there is insufficient space. The message is something like 11.3GB
    Colin Barnhorst, Jul 28, 2006
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