Re: Vista and Webcam problem
Honeslty Makaveli I have no clue why he did that. I asked him and he said well he had to do it sometime and the disks were sitting right there so he was bored and decided to do it.
I told him it made no sense to do it, since he upgrades from Home Premium to Home Premium. I told him if he were to upgrade from Home Premium to Ultimate then I could understand why.
I`ve been searching for the net for possible soloutions but nothing. All the soloutions are the stuff I`ve tried. I also read something about the anytime upgrade causing problems.
I read that you have to activae Vista to make it work but that sounds like BS to me. It makes absoloutly no sense, its like when I got my BlackBerry my service provider screwed up transfering my phone number to the new phone and they told take the battery out of the old phone and the new one will have service.
So I would have to use the new cd key that came with the upgrade or the one on the sticker thats underneath the computer?
Really, I guess restoring the system back to factory defaults is the only soloution. We really don`t want to but are prepared to do it. I`ve never used a restore disk before so I am looking forward for the experience.
Windows Vista Ultimate
Xion Solaris Black/Green Mid ATX Case w/Neon Glow
Intel 975XBX2KR Intel Socket 775 ATX -Motherboard
Intel Core 2 Duo E6600
Kingston Dual Channel HyperX 2048MB DDR2 800MHz
Seagate Barracuda 500GB SATA Hard Drive
BFG GeForce 8800 GTS 640MB PCI-E Dual DVI/HDTV/HDCP Enabled Video Card
Creative Labs Sound Blaster X-Fi Fatal1ty PCI Sound Card
Sony DVD Burner and Sony 1.44 MB Floppy Drive
24" Samsung LCD TV/Monitor