MPC Computers Windows Vista™ Support and Drivers
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Running Windows Vista on older MPC desktops
Running Windows Vista on older MPC notebooks
MPC Computers provides Windows Vista drivers as a courtesy to their customers and does not provide technical support for non MPC Computers-certified Windows Vista Capable desktop PCs that are upgraded to Windows Vista. After installing Windows Vista customers should login to the Windows update site in order to download the latest Windows Vista vendor drivers that Microsoft has available for hardware components.
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Most computers that are no more than one year old, and have the Windows XP operating system (Home, Professional, or Media Center Editions) may be upgraded to the Windows Vista operating system without meeting additional hardware or software requirements.
||A new PC running Windows XP that carries the Windows Vista Capable PC logo can run Windows Vista. All editions of Windows Vista will deliver core experiences such as innovations in organizing and finding information, security, and reliability. All Windows Vista Capable PCs will run these core experiences at a minimum. Some features available in the premium editions of Windows Vista—like the new Windows Aero user experience—may require advanced or additional hardware.
||To get an even better Windows Vista experience, including the Windows Aero user experience, choose a Windows Vista Capable PC that is designated Premium Ready or that meets or exceeds the Premium Ready requirements described below. Features available in specific premium editions of Windows Vista, such as the ability to watch and record live TV, may require additional hardware.
Not all Windows Vista features are available for use on all Windows Vista Capable PCs. All Windows Vista Capable PCs will run the core experiences of Windows Vista, such as innovations in organizing and finding information, security, and reliability. Some features available in premium editions of Windows Vista—like the new Windows Aero™ user interface—require advanced or additional hardware. Visit the Microsoft Web site Windows Vista Get Ready
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