In article <1FF4A725-C0CE-43FF-B9D1-C385AB534A59@microsoft.com>, Will
> I do want 64 bit & if what Kerry says is true, I need Ultimate to use the two
> processors (Processor, Athlon(tm) 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 5200+).
BUT YOU DONT HAVE TWO PROCESSORS. You have one processor with two
cores. Not the same thing.
You don't want 64bit. It's a driver
> Is this
> correct? Do I go to the place I bought it and simply get Ultimate Dvd(s) that
> will upgrade/install everything? will nVidia, Realtek High Def Audio etc., be
> Do I use or give them my "Upgrade your Windows Experience" DVD that came
> with purchase? Lotsa questions, appreciate answers.
Fire up Windows Anytime Upgrade and do it that way. You can purchase an
Ultimate Upgrade online. It downloads a small app which you run then
insert your Windows Vista installation DVD (Doesn't matter which one -
all versions are on it) and run setup whilst keeping the Anytime
upgrade downloaded app open.
Light travels faster than sound. This is why some people appear bright
until you hear them speak.........