Here is what Dell says, "Based on currently available information from
Microsoft. Requirements subject to change. Microsoft requires that a PC have
a modern processor and 512MB RAM to be included in the Windows Vista Capable
PC program. Since the operating system and drivers are not final, Windows
Vista has not been tested on all user configurations. Please visit www.dell.com/vista
for more information."
So it could basically mean you have basic driver support, and minimum
requirements, at least at the point in time the information was made
Also if you look at the Vista website with the multiple versions it appears
that Aero Glass might not be in the Basic version, but its not clear at this
point either. http://www.microsoft.com/windowsvist...s/default.mspx
"Beck" <beck@none> wrote in message
When I bought this laptop a few months ago I looked up the graphics
capabilities on the Intel website.
This laptop uses Mobile Intel 915/910 GML chipset.
On the website http://www.intel.com/products/chipsets/910gml/index.htm
states "Ready for windows Vista", Mobile Intel® 915GM Express Chipset family
platforms using 512 MB of system memory or greater meet all current
requirements for the Microsoft Windows Vista* Capable PC program.
But what does this mean exactly? I made the mistake of assuming it would be
capable of doing Aero Glass but there are no wddm drivers for it. So maybe
they mean that it meets the BASIC requirements?