On 24 Sep, 20:32, Axiom <Ax...@xxxxxx> wrote:
> Yes, I uninstalled, redownloaded, and reinstalled WVUA. This all took place
> while my Symantec Anti-Virus Auto-Protect was disabled.
> "Rick Rogers" wrote:>
> > Have you uninstalled, redownloaded, and reinstalled the advisor yet?
> > Did you disable your antivirus software while installing and running it?
> > "Axiom" <Ax...@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> > > Hi All, I'm running Windows XP SP2 and I am trying to run the Windows
> > > Vista
> > > Upgrade Advisor and a few seconds into the scan I am getting an error:
> > > WindowsVista Upgrade Advisor encounteredan error while scanning your
> > > system. If the problem persists, you can uninstall Windows Vista Upgrade
> > > Advisor and reinstall the latest version.
> > > I have googled the error and am unable to find a solution. Is there a log
> > > somewhere with a more specific error message that might be helpful?- Hide quoted text -
> - Show quoted text -
I am also having this problem. I'm running XP Pro SP2, on a dual core
machine with 2gb RAM and gigs of available disk. I wondered if it was
because a service wasn't running, so went through the stopped services
and started them, but that didn't make a difference. However, when I
try to start the windows driver foundation, I get an error 31, a
device attached to the system is not functioning, although as far as I
can tell everything is functioning. So maybe it's this?