Installation Advisor for Windows® 7
Get to know more about Windows 7 installation advisor
Windows 7 installation advisor can be run on the computer to check if the system requirements of Windows 7 have been met. Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor scans your PC's system, programs and devices to check if it is able to run with Windows 7. The report will allow you know if your PC meets the system requirements; if there are any known compatibility issues with your programs and devices, and will also provide guidance on your upgrade options for Windows 7. While Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor is primarily designed to help users of previous Windows versions discover whether their PC could be upgraded successfully to Windows 7, it also has a second use: it could be run on Windows 7 and be used to determine whether your PC is able to run a more capable version of Windows 7.
Here are the common problems that occur while using Windows 7 installation advisor:
- Sound card Not Compatible with Windows 7
- Roxio Creator Premier 10.1 Software
- No Address Which Versions to Choose
Sound card Not Compatible with Windows 7
Although many were happy with the new Windows 7 environment, there were a few problems Upgrade Advisor did not warn us about. For example, Upgrade Advisor said your sound card was not compatible with Windows 7. Unfortunately it did not work properly following the upgrade. Although it could play sound, you were unable to use a microphone or the line input.
Roxio Creator Premier 10.1 Software
Windows 7 installation advisor would help the user with a warning that there is a problem with Roxio Creator Premier 10.1 software, which Dell supplied when you bought the PC to burn CD-Roms and DVDs. It would also help you to reach the Roxio website for further information. Unfortunately the Roxio website simply told you that you needed to buy Roxio Creator 2010.
Upgrade Advisor helps the user to produce two sets of reports, one about compatibility with the 32-bit version of Windows 7, and the other for the 64-bit version. Unfortunately it did not address the question regarding which of these two versions to choose. On the one hand, Upgrade Advisor said you could upgrade 32-bit Vista software to the 32-bit Windows 7. But if you took this route it said you should uninstall many of your applications before the upgrade. It did not point out this option would also means you cannot easily switch back to Vista if the upgrade was unsuccessful.
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