Originally Posted by ViN86
Correct. The "in-place" upgrade, which leaves your programs and files in place can only be performed for the following combinations:
Windows Vista Home Premium -> Windows 7 Home Premium
Windows Vista Business -> Windows 7 Professional
Windows Vista Ultimate -> Windows 7 Ultimate
This is taken from MS's Win 7 Upgrade site:
Wait a minute here.....
I currently have the full version of Vista Ultimate, I purchased it when it released. According to what your saying here....Vista Ultimate can only be upgraded to W7 Ultimate? I purchased the upgrade version of W7 Professional. I saw no reason to purchase the Ultimate upgrade, it features things I have no use for, infact I was contemplating canceling it and just getting Home Premium.
So...according to what your saying here is that W7 Ultimate can only be installed if you have Vista Ultimate.....that doesn't make sense. Why can't W7 Pro be upgraded from Vista Ultimate???
This is so confusing....almost upsetting. I just want the Full version....or something, this is retarded.