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.
John Barnett MVP
Associate Expert http://xphelpandsupport.mvps.org
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"SB" <SB@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> 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
> 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
> the compliance Check cannot be run. Please help anyone. I need to